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Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Berkshire

Hughenden

Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli

The parterre in spring with Hughenden Manor in the background, Hughenden, Buckinghamshire

Planning your visit

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Upcoming events 

Are you looking for a memorable day out? Take a look at our upcoming events. Whether you're interested in exploring exhibitions in the Manor, enjoying countryside group walks, experiencing outdoor theatre, or participating in children's trails, we have something for everyone.

Myths and Mythmaking

Myths & Mythmaking 

Join us as we explore the power of myths in shaping identities and understanding the world around us. Delve into the rich tapestry of myths, legends, and folklore.

Children climb on logs in the natural play area at Hughenden, Buckinghamshire
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Family-friendly things to do at Hughenden 

With plenty of space to run, jump and play there's lots to keep children of all ages busy at Hughenden, including a 'Wild Play' area and activity trails in school holidays. Explore on your own, across acres of parkland and woodland, or keep a look out on our events page for seasonal activities, crafting or workshops.

Visitor walking dogs at Haresfield Beacon and Standish Wood, Gloucestershire
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Visiting Hughenden with your dog 

Hughenden is a two pawprint rated place. Discover where your dog can join you while you enjoy your visit, including the garden, parkland walks, woods and Stableyard Café.

North front of Hughenden Manor in winter
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Group visits to Hughenden 

Former home of unlikely Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Hughenden, with its wartime secrets, formal gardens and rolling parkland to explore is a great place to bring a group.

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Hughenden map 

Take a look at the map of Hughenden to help plan your visit.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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