Explore the estate at Greys Court
Set in the rolling hills of the Chilterns, the estate grounds are full of glorious wooded parkland and rambling walks ready for you to explore.
Changes to the route of Sir Felix's Gentle Walk
Originally, the start of Sir Felix's Gentle Walk was through an area that was called the wild garden. The Brunner family recently requested we return the start of it to its orignal place, which has happened now.
To start Sir Felix's Gentle Walk visitors will have to check in at Visitor Reception first where they can be shown the new route to it, which starts by going to the top lawn and heading down the grass area next to the walled gardens.
Greys estate walk
Enjoy this 3km walk following the red arrows through the farmland and beech woods. Thanks to the wonderful work of the Chiltern Society this walk is now stile-free. The paths are uneven and may be muddy depending on the weather.
Please keep dogs under close control on this walk as you may come across different types of wildlife and grazing farm animals.
This walk starts from the visitor car park, but please check in at Visitor Reception first before starting out.
Entertain the children
Get your kids to engage with natural play around the Greys Court estate.
The den-building area can be found at the end of the Greys estate walk, in the woods just down from the tearoom.
The children's play area isn't the only playground for children; getting them to explore and discover in the woods on the estate walk is a great way of getting them to be creative with their play.
Pick up information on the best 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 at Greys Court from Visitor Reception to help give you some ideas.