Autumn colour at Cliveden

Autumn walk

Embrace the outdoors at Cliveden. With autumn leaves dropping from Cliveden's historic trees you'll begin to see stunning far-reaching views stretching out across the Berkshire countryside.

Embrace the outdoors 

Throughout the season venture down into the dog-friendly woodlands where Cliveden’s rustling beech trees radiate with bronze and golden tones. As the delicate leaves float gently to the floor, unbroken views down the infamous Thames Valley stretch are revealed.  

There are three walking routes to choose from (red, blue and green) which are signed posted around the woods and are available as downloadable walks complete with route maps.

The Cliveden Suite

To celebrate the completion of the £5 million pound South Terrace project, The National Trust’s Cliveden have commissioned renowned composer Errollyn Wallen to create four short pieces of music that together create The Cliveden Suite.

Visitors to Cliveden can hear Wallen’s recordings and visit the newly conserved Sounding Chamber until late November.

Sounding Chamber Gates and Grilles

Re-opening the Sounding Chamber

In 2012, we began a five year, £6 million restoration project on the Grade 1 Listed South Terrace and below Sounding Chamber. With the conservation project on the Sounding Chamber having been completed, we're inviting you back to celebrate its re-opening with a music installation by composer Errollyn Wallen.