Gardens to visit in Buckinghamshire

There are a good choice of gardens for you to visit in Buckinghamshire close to towns like High Wycombe and Aylesbury. Thjese include historic housea and manor house with the more formal gardens such as Waddesdon Manor created by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1880s.
On the informal side you can also visit The Old Thatch Gardens which were home to Enid Blyton. So whether you are having a day out or having a short break you should have a lovely time!

Ascott House Garden

Ascott House and Garden, near Leighton Buzzard

Buckinghamshire, This is a great Victorian garden which surrounds the Jacobean house owned by the Rothschild family.

Cliveden Gardens

Cliveden Gardens, near Taplow

Buckinghamshire, The Long Garden at Cliveden with its topiary and statuary is really impressive.

Hartwell House

Hartwell House Hotel Gardens

Buckinghamshire, Set in 90 acres of parkland, Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa now boasts a spring garden planted with snowdrops, daffodils, eranthis, primroses and anemones.

Hughenden Manor Garden

Hughenden Manor Garden, near High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire, Lovely gardens surround Hughenden Manor, the home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

Stowe Landscape Garden

Stowe Landscape Garden

Buckinghamshire, Stowe is one of the finest of Georgian landscape gardens comprising valleys and vistas, narrow lakes and rivers with more than 30 temples and monuments, designed by leading architects of the 18th-century.

Waddesdon Manor and Garden showing the house, and formal red bedding plants on a sunny day

Waddesdon Manor Gardens, near Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire, The Gardens at Waddesdon Manor were created by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1880s from a bare hilltop site.

West Wycombe Park

West Wycombe Park, near High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire, The house with its garden has featured in many recent films and television series.