In and around Buckinghamshire...

the Disraeli monument in winter at Hughenden

Where will you visit today? The rolling Chiltern hills? A magical garden? The home of a Victorian prime minister?

Places to visit

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More things to see and do this winter

Ranger using chain saw in the forest, hampshire

Winter conservation work in woodlands 

Few of us like to hear the whine of a chain saw in a winter woodland. For nature lovers, chopping down trees goes against all our instincts. So why do we do it?

New year, new you

Volunteer planting red flowers on the Parterre at Hughenden

Volunteering in and around Buckinghamshire 

It's our volunteers' passion that makes our places extra special. Whether it's making new friends, working in amazing places or just knowing that you're helping a great cause, there are lots of reasons to lend a hand with the National Trust in the Chilterns.

Gray's Monument, Stoke Poges

Gray’s Monument and Gray’s Field Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire 

Standing near St. Giles’ Church, this extraordinary five metre high monument of brick faced with Portland stone captures the poet Thomas Gray’s long association with the village of Stoke Poges and recognises his world-famous 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard'.

Places to visit...

Coombe Hill in the Chilterns Countryside

HS2 in Buckinghamshire 

We’re working to ensure that special places, including those in our care for the nation to enjoy, receive adequate protection from the HS2 high speed rail network

Visitors enjoying the Grecian Valley at Stowe Gardens

Supporter groups in Thames Valley 

There are loads of friendly National Trust supporter groups in the Thames Valley. They help support our places like Stowe, Hughenden and Greys Court by volunteering and fundraising. They also get together for fun days out, holidays and lectures.