Hughenden - National Trust

A view of the North (entrance) Front of Hughenden Manor, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
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Queen Victoria's trusted prime minister Benjamin Disraeli lived here from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his pictures, furniture and books remain in this, his private retreat from the rigours of parliamentary life. The garden is a recreation of the colourful design of Disraeli's wife Mary Anne. Beautiful walks through the surrounding park and Chilterns woodland.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

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Additional info

Certain rooms have little electric light. Visitors wishing to make a close study of the interior of the house should avoid dull days early and late in the season.

Collection details

Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Personalities, Social History, Literature

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Homes in the Past

A guided visit to the stables, kitchen garden and manor house using storytelling, costume and artefact handling to compare homes in the past with homes today.
Because of small spaces inside the manor we can welcome up to 30 children per day.

How to obtain

Contact the Estate Office on 01494 755573

Victorian Lifestyles

Guided visit to manor and walled garden, with handling artefacts and roleplay.

How to obtain

Call 01494 755573 or email for more information.

Hughenden - National Trust
Thames and Solent Region
Hughenden Manor
High Wycombe
HP14 4LA





01494 755573

01494 755565

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