Opening times for 3 December 2023
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Assistance dogs only
Assistance dogs welcome in the park and House. No other dogs permitted on site.
Entry Monday to Thursday is by guided tour only. House tickets are first come first served, allocated from 2pm Monday - Thursday, and are available subject to volunteer availability. House free flow on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Not National Trust (see Walled Garden Café website for more details). Please note that the café is located off-site.
Accessible single stall toilet available in the visitor car park. Toilets available at the House when open.
Please be aware that the car park and pedestrian gate closes at 4:30pm.
Blue Badge spaces, accessible toilet in the car park for the house. Steep hill, uneven surfaces. Flat pavements in the village.
Accessible single stall toilet available in the visitor car park.
Induction loops available in the Kiosk and House. Amplifying headphones and t-loop induction available for House tours.
There is ramped access to the ground floor of the house. Please speak to a member of the team on arrival.
Village 2 miles west of High Wycombe, on both sides of A40. Entrance to West Wycombe Park at west end of West Wycombe village, south of Oxford road (A40).
Parking: Located near the entrance gates. Ask staff for accessible parking information.
Sat Nav: HP14 3AJ
Circular walk links West Wycombe, Bradenham, Hughenden Manor. Pavements throughout village.
Chiltern Railways serves High Wycombe (2½ miles) and Saunderton (3 miles).
View local cycle routes on the National Cycle Network.
Take a look at the map of West Wycombe Park to help plan your visit.
Discover where you can walk your dog at West Wycombe Park, Village and Hill in Buckinghamshire: there's 55 acres of grassland to explore. West Wycombe Park, Village and Hill is a two pawprint rated place.
Palladian mansion, home to the Dashwood family for over 300 years. Lavish interiors and fine collection of paintings, furniture and frescos.
Serene landscaped grounds with a lake and cascade, follies, sculpture and grottos.
Historic village with picturesque high street and buildings of architectural interest; 16th-century cottages, shops and coaching inns.
Views over the surrounding Chilterns farmland and woods. Dashwood Mausoleum and St Lawrence Church (not National Trust).
Variety of shops, cafés and pubs in the village.
Explore eight opulently decorated rooms complete with painted ceilings, marble walls and ornate fireplaces, family heirlooms, portraits and hand-crafted furniture.
Explore these 18th-century landscape gardens, home to numerous classically inspired ornamental temples, statues and water features, each with a story to tell.
West Wycombe Park is one of the most theatrical and Italianate of all English country houses and the Dashwood family home for over 300 years. Set in 45 acres of landscaped park, the house as we see it today is the creation of the 2nd Baronet in the 18th Century. This Palladian gem is frequently featured in screen adaptations of literary classics such as Cranford and Little Dorrit, in the television series Downton Abbey and more recently Dr Thorne.
West Wycombe Park is now open Sunday-Thursday until Wednesday 31 August.
West Wycombe is a historic village with bags of charm. Its streets are lined with cottages and inns of varying architectural styles, dating from the 16th century through to the 18th century.
Explore the village and then make your way up West Wycombe Hill for breathtaking views over the surrounding Chilterns countryside and designed landscape of West Wycombe Park and village.
Other delights in the village include churches, a mausoleum, caves (not National Trust) and a variety of gift shops and stores.
Learn about this historic village, the aristocratic owners of the manor house and the legacy of Sir Francis Dashwood, founder of the notorious Hellfire Club.
Find out everything you need to know about joining the small and friendly volunteer team at West Wycombe Park, including what roles are currently available.