Important notice -

Hughenden is closed today, Monday 8th February, due to high winds. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli


Things to see and do

Things to see and do


What's on 

Upcoming events

Wednesday Lectures - 'Wycombe in 10 objects'

Wed 10 Feb 2016
Join us on a Wednesday afternoon in January and February for our popular lecture series.

Planes, trains and automobiles

Sat 13 Feb 2016
Kids can have automotive fun at Hughenden this half-term

Forester walk

Sun 14 Feb 2016
If you go down to the woods today...

Mother's Day trail

Sat 05 Mar 2016
Bring the family along to Hughenden this Mother's Day to follow our special daffodil trail. Find the 10 daffodils around the gardens and maybe learn something along the way.

Cadbury Easter egg hunt

Fri 25 Mar 2016
Can you find the Cadbury bunny's hidden eggs?

Rusty Rabbit's activity trail

Tue 29 Mar 2016
Can you leap further than Rusty the rabbit?


Wildlife around every corner


Eating and shopping

Eating and shopping at Hughenden


Our work

Hughenden library

Conservation in action: Flood damage in Hughenden library 

Benjamin Disraeli’s wrote that his two key passions were books and trees, so when in Spring 2015 Hughenden’s library of 4,000 historically significant books suffered a significant water leak, staff sprang into action to deal with the crisis.


Get involved

Dressing up to recreate the Victorian history of Hughenden, Buckinghamshire

Join in at Hughenden

Looking for a new challenge? Perhaps you're interested in sharing your skills or making a difference? We welcome new members to our team here at Hughenden.