Opening times for 28 February 2024
Asset Opening time House Closed Grounds Closed Tea-room Closed
The grounds (when open) are open from 2.00pm to 6.00pm The house (when open) opens at 2.00pm. Last entry to the house is 5.00pm The tea room is open on the same days as the house, from 2.00pm until 5.30pm (last orders). Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic lunch from 1.00pm: tables and seats are available adjacent to the visitor car park. The lavatories will be open, but please note that entry to the house and grounds is not permitted until 2.00pm.MTWTFSS2930311234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829123
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £9.00 Child £4.50 Over 65s £7.00
House and Grounds
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £12.00 Child £6.00 Over 65s £10.00
Dogs welcome in paddock (overflow car park) only.
Accessible parking close to the ticket office. Braille guides available. Induction Loop availabe in tea-room and ticket office. Mobility vehicle and wheelchair available to borrow from ticket office. No level access to the house. House unsuitable for wheelchairs and walking aids.
Braille (guide or menu)
Powered mobility vehicle available
on south side of A417
4 miles by footpath from Faringdon, 3½ miles from Lechlade
Oxford 18 miles, Swindon 12 miles
services from Oxford and Swindon to Faringdon and Swindon to Lechlade (passing close Swindon train station)
Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds. This property is administered on our behalf by Lord Faringdon. You can find out more about the property on Lord Faringdon's website, www.buscot-park.com
Extensive pleasure gardens, including the Four Seasons garden, the Peto Water garden and woodland avenues.
The tea-room offers a range of cakes and drinks.
You can find out more about the property on Lord Faringdon's website. On arrival, all visitors, including members of the National Trust, must acquire an admission ticket from the Ticket Office before entering the gardens and grounds.
Family home of Lord Faringdon, who continues to care for the property as well as the family art collection, the Faringdon Collection, which is displayed in the house.
Consequently, despite the grandeur of their scale, both the house and grounds remain intimate and idiosyncratic and very much a family home. They also continue to change and develop as nothing is preserved in aspic here...
Outside enjoy a new water feature, Faux Fall, by David Harber. Inside, discover contemporary glassware by Colin Reid and Sally Fawkes.
Important information: This property is administered on our behalf by Lord Faringdon. You can find out more about the property on Lord Faringdon's website.
All visitors, including members of the National Trust, must acquire a valid day ticket before entering the gardens and grounds.