Things to do at West Wycombe Park review
West Wycombe Park is a country house built in the late 18th century. As well as the park the National Trust also encourage you to visit the village and the hill.
West Wycombe house has been the home of the Dashwood family for over 300 years. It is set in 45 acres of landscaped parkland. You can explore the parkland and discover hidden temples and follies. Highlights include a Temple of Apollo, The temple of the winds with an octagonal tower and an ice house in the basement. Plus the elegant music temple, the cascade waterfall and the pretty water garden. The house is an eclectic mix of baroque, rococo and fashionable styles with eight rooms open to the public.
West Wycombe village is full of historical charm with quaint cottages and inns dating back to the 16th century. It’s a lovely place to wander, pop into a shop or enjoy a bite to eat. Free parking is available off Chorley Road. West Wycombe hill sits above the village and is the site of an Iron Age hillfort. It’s worth a climb to the top for the amazing views and there are 55 acres to explore around the hill.
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FAQ and Further Information West Wycombe Park
Is there food and drink available?
There is no cafe at the park but there are places to purchase food and drinks close by, especially in the village of West Wycombe.
What are the main things to do?
Historical house with parkland including follies, cascade and hidden temples. There are toilets.
What are the ticket prices?
*FREE or Mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE for members of the National Trust or Mid-range. An adult standard ticket costs £9, children £4.50. Other pricing options including family tickets are available.
Is there parking?
There is free parking 250 years from the main entrance.
When are they open?
Opening times and dates vary. For up to date opening times and dates please visit their website.
Dogs are not permitted.
Are they accessible?
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