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Hughenden Manor, High Wycombe
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Revisit Victorian times at Hughenden Manor, once the country residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Join a daily guided tour for an entertaining look into the personality and life of this charismatic politician, and browse through an impressive collection of his personal memorabilia. To learn about the manor’s wartime past, visit the cellars, which feature interactive exhibits and firsthand accounts. Stroll through the formal gardens, or pick up an informative walk leaflet and head for the ancient woodlands. This area is renowned for its diverse birdlife, and if you tread lightly you just might hear the tapping of the woodland woodpeckers. The site also offers numerous activities for families with kids, like tree climbing and den building. Check online for opening dates and times. For Hughenden Manor and beyond, use our High Wycombe trip generator to get the most from your High Wycombe vacation.
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Called here on speck, whilst visiting the area but unfortunately the house was closed due to filming. Nice gardens and vegetable garden but service not what was expected in the restaurant. Requested s... read more »
We enjoyed our trip to Hughenden Manor. There is a strong connection with Disraeli, the Victorian Prime Minister who was a favourite of Queen Victoria. You can see aspects of his life, including the p... read more »
I arrived at Hughenden with my partner by default. We were going to Waddesdon Manor but hadn't realised it shuts on Mondays. So we drove on to Hughenden Manor and experienced an interesting afternoon ... read more »
Fantastic National Trust managed location. Hughenden Manor house is very interesting and provides good cultural and historical references and objects to understand the multiple talents of the politician, international statesman, orator and author, Benjamin Disraeli. Some sympathetic room dressings give the house a historical warmth, without being over powering ... just enough to allow for a brief amount of idling over vicarious thoughts. The top floor is more practical, with casual seating and glass cases with swords, ink wells, fine robes and other artefacts, together with the "backing story" card : just enough crucial information, with which you can impress your friends at a dinner party, as if the anecdote was obtained through hard personal academic study! One final point : make a note to look UP, as the ceilings in this place are beautiful. Enjoy.
Great place. Well kept. Easy to find your way around. Good parking availability during the weekend & Friendly staff. The gardens are very nice for taking a few pictures... But if you are planning to visit the monument make sure the weather is good. During the winter, even if it's not raining, the access path is quite muddy and you need hiking gear!
One of the best small national trust sites i have visited. Nice and compact - with plenty for children to do in veg garden. Adventure walk by car park a good distraction for kids.
Recently discovered this National Trust treasure and was impressed by the gardens and the property itself. Will be returning in summer to try the restaurant in the stable yard.
Took my youngest 3 to meet Father Christmas, all the staff were lovely and it is a gorgeous place to visit. Highly recommend only warning is the drive up to park is very steep! And parking spaces quite tight (if you have a big car like us not the easiest place to manouvre).
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