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Hughenden Manor, High Wycombe

(4.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Hughenden is by far from being the most spectacular example of a house in the national trusts portfolio, but it is definitely worth a look because of the brilliant history and the artefacts there. It ...  more »
  • The Egg Hunt is all contained in one part of the grounds, not accessible with a dog.Luckily we had an adult who could stay with the dog. The hunt is very easy and suited to younger children as althoug...  more »
  • We visited with our NT membership cards on Sunday. It was extremely busy. Lots of Easter activities for young children around the grounds and the building itself, which was good to see. There's ample ...  more »
Google
  • Superb place for a visit, liked the idea of the buggy ride for the slight uphill stretch back to the car park, a walk around the garden is a must. The house is very well maintained with friendly knowledgeable staff.
  • Nice old house with lots of history to learn about Benjamin Disraeli. Beautiful gardens and lots of surrounding countryside to explore. Perfect day out!
  • Great history involved in the house and about world war 2 in the basement. It's lovely to walk around the gardens especially as the flowers had not long blossomed. Definitely a good fun day out.
  • Wonderful place to visit all year round. Great facilities too.
  • Very beautiful place for sunday walks ad relaxation. You can enjoy in Hughenden gardens and grounds and also take a tour in Hughenden Manor. Take a walk and enjoy in nice nature. Ideal for families with kids