Woburn Abbey and Gardens

Woburn Abbey and Gardens
Woburn Park
Woburn
Bedfordshire
MK17 9WA
England

Website

www.woburnabbey.co.uk

E-mail

admissions@woburn.co.uk

Telephone

01525 290666

Fax

01525 290271

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Woburn Abbey and Gardens
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Woburn Abbey first opened to the public in 1955 and has welcomed visitors from all over the globe. There are 22 rooms that you can experience, which house one of the most significant private art collections in the world.

The many individual rooms of Woburn Abbey, house 18th Century French and English furniture, magnificent silver and gold collections, a marvellous range of porcelain and many items treasured by generations of the Russell family.

Over 28 acres of gardens, inspired by the designs of landscape gardener, Humphry Repton and developed by our dedicated gardens team. With everything from flower beds blooming with colour around neat, green lawns through to our ponds and woodland areas that help to preserve local biodiversity.

Venue Type:

Garden, parklands or rural site, Heritage site, Historic house or home

Opening hours

WOBURN ABBEY

Closed 4th November 2013 to 10th April 2014

11th April to 28th September 2014
Open 11am to 5pm daily, last entry at 4pm


GARDENS, GROUNDS AND DEER PARK

4th November 2013 to 10th April 2014
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, 10am to dusk or 5pm, whichever earlier, last entry at 4pm

Closed 24th to 26th December 2013
Open 1st and 2nd January 2014 (weather dependent)

11th April to 2nd November 2014
Open 10am daily with last entry at 5pm, closes 6pm

Admission charges

Please see our website at www.woburnabbey.co.uk for more information on admission prices and to book.

Discounts

  • English Heritage
Getting there

Follow brown signs from Junctions 12 and 13 on the M1, A421 or A5.

Collection details

Agriculture, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History, Archives, Coins and Medals, Architecture, Costume and Textiles, Design, Photography, Personalities, Literature

Key artists and exhibits

  • The Armada Portrait
  • Canaletto
  • Sevres Porcelain
  • Rembrandt
  • Gainsborough
  • Van Dyck

Getting there

Follow brown signs from Junctions 12 and 13 on the M1, A421 or A5.

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