Christmas in Buckinghamshire

This year in Buckinghamshire you can stock up on gifts at our Christmas markets and shops, follow Stowe's landscape advent calendar trail, discover a traditional Victorian Christmas at Hughenden or enjoy Waddesdon's Christmas market and light spectacle.

We have all the traditions of carols, decorated houses and seasonal treats to enjoy and every time you visit you're helping to look after these special places.

The Temple of Ancient Virtue at Stowe, dressed for Christmas

Stowe 

Enjoy a relaxed season of homemade and traditional events. With an advent calendar in the landscape, crisp winter walks, Christmas meals, carols and a festive shopping season to choose from, there's an opportunity to escape the twenty-first century world.

Decorated Christmas wreath

Hughenden 

Get ready for the festive season at Hughenden with wreath-making, gift shopping and winter treats to enjoy.

Post Christmas walk at Ashridge Herts

Ashridge 

The 2018 festive season at Ashridge is filled with fun for all the family. Whether you come along for one of our exciting Christmas events or for a wintery Christmas walk, there’s plenty to get you feeling the spirit of the season here on the estate.

Waddesdon Manor North Front beautifully lit for Christmas, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire

Waddesdon 

At Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire, we're having a Christmas Carnival. The grounds will come to life with a dazzling light trail through the gardens combining colour, sound and movement, 3D light projections by the Guildhall School and from dusk the Manor's façade will be bathed in light.

christmas trail cliveden

Cliveden

Be charmed by Cliveden this festive season. Whether you’d like to relive old traditions, such as ambling around on your favourite winter walk, or create new ones, such as exploring this year’s Christmas Trail, Cliveden estate has 376 acres of festive joy.

A festive wreath on the door and warm glow through a window.

Five Centuries of Christmas at Canons Ashby

Join in the festivities of five centuries of Christmas, from the Tudors to the 20th century.