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Winding paths take in Victorian planting, sculptures and often exhibitions; there is a lot to see. Download our garden map before your visit to ensure you don't miss out.
Build a den, run around in the rain and fly a kite are all just a few things you can do on the 50 things list. Download the list and start ticking things off here today.
You might be attracted to the Parterre by the riot of colour. Today made up of nearly 19,000 plants, they are changed twice a year, in May and October.
The design and colour of two large beds on the Parterre have different themes every year, linking the gardens to exhibitions in the collections.
The rose garden is a tribute to Miss Alice who laid out the original garden, planted with 600 roses chosen for their flowering, scent and colour.
With striking jets of water, the north and south fountains were once part of an original piece designed by Guiliano Monza for a ducal palace near Parma.
What are we working on?
The woodlands in and around Waddesdon play an important role in defining our landscape and are managed under a 10-year forestry plan.
The latest project, which started in 2012, is the creation of a 60-acre woodland area. Local members of the community were invited to plant trees to mark HM the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Eventually the area will be a diverse habitat for flora and fauna and will be open for the public to view.