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Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli


Things to see and do

Things to see and do


What's on 

Upcoming events

Disraeli the Celebrity

Thu 05 May 2016
Disraeli was a celebrity both in life and death. Explore what made Disraeli famous in Hughenden's latest exhibition, and discover how he continues to capture popular imagination in the twenty-first century.

Conservation In Action

Thu 05 May 2016
Join the house team to see the ongoing conservation work in the Drawing Room. Over three weeks we'll be running conservation demonstrations, highlight displays and collections talks.

Ranger walk

Sat 21 May 2016
Discover spring flowers on this walk through the bluebell woods with our ranger.

Behind the Scenes Tour

Thu 26 May 2016
Join a member of the house team for a sneak behind the scenes. Find out about the conservation work needed to care for Hughenden Manor and discover rooms not normally open to the public.

Moulding madness

Sat 28 May 2016
Kids can learn all about conservation in a new way this May half-term

Meet the beekeepers

Mon 30 May 2016
Meet the Hughenden beekeepers and learn all about the fascinating honey giving creatures. Our volunteers even make candles from the hive produce and these will be available to purchase. There's even a bee themed trail for the kids to follow.


Snowdrops at Hughenden, a National Trust property in Buckinghamshire

How many spring flowers can you spot at Hughenden? 

Queen Victoria often sent Disraeli simple spring flowers and his letters of thanks for these gifts were effusive


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

Volunteer planting red flowers on the Parterre at Hughenden

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.