Important notice -

Please note there will be no Disraeli or Operation Hillside talks on Monday 28 May.

Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli


Things to see and do

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Upcoming events

Meet the Beekeepers

Mon 28 May 2018
Find out about beekeeping and honey production with our friendly volunteer beekeeping team.

Cartoons and Campaigns: what did Disraeli do for me?

Mon 28 May 2018
Our new manor exhibition explores Benjamin Disraeli's political career and asks the question: what did Disraeli do for me?

Royal Gifts of Hughenden

Mon 28 May 2018
From Victoria R: The royal gifts of Hughenden

Trail Trackers

Tue 29 May 2018
Children can be a 'trail tracker' with our ranger team.

Half Term - Get Buzzy

Tue 29 May 2018
Get Buzzy this half-term at Hughenden. Craft your very own bee.

Boxfit Bootcamp Class

Thu 31 May 2018
Interested in outdoor exercise?

Eating and shopping

Ways to treat yourself



Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield by Robert Antoine Muller, 1877

Who was Benjamin Disraeli? 

Novelist and statesman, social outsider turned aristocrat; Britain’s first Jewish Prime Minister reflects the vibrancy and complexity of nineteenth century politics.

Interactive Second World War displays in the Ice House

Hughenden's Second World War story 

Discover more about Hughenden's secret wartime past in our cellars and ice house bunker and find out why it was high on Hitler's target list.


Our work

Conservation cleaning of the Disraeli bust

Behind the scenes conservation work in the Manor

We've been hard at work carrying out a deep clean of Benjamin Disraeli's much loved country home whilst the manor was closed in January. The staircase has been repainted, the portraits re-hung and floors freshly waxed.


Get involved

Help look after our special place




Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Hughenden on the National Trust Collections website