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Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli

Hughenden Manor offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881.

You can browse among an extraordinary collection of personal memorabilia and there are hands-on activities for children.

Hughenden's secret wartime past is revealed in our Second World War room in the cellars, with interactive exhibits and eye-witness accounts.

The formal garden has been recreated based on the original designs of Mary Anne Disraeli and there are beautiful woodland walks surrounding this fascinating country home.

Spring walks

Snowdrops, aconites, daffodils, primroses and bluebells form patches of colour in spring.  Why not capture the changing landscape with a camera or in a sketchbook?

New rooms now open

Some of the new material on display for the first time © National Trust/Fliss Coombs

Light, airy and modern, the rooms are very different from the Victorian interiors in the rest of the Manor. Here you can relax and find out more about the house, estate, life and passions of Disraeli…

Easter Egg Trail

17 - 21 April, 10am - 4pm 

Hunt high and low, find the clues, answer the questions and claim a Cadbury chocolate Egghead prize.

  • £2 per child to enter. 
  • Start at Visitor reception.