Explore Waddesdon online

Enjoy highlights of the art collections and gardens with our online trails, films and virtual room tours. You can even get up close to artworks with your smartphone from the comfort of your armchair at home.

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Trails to enjoy from your armchair


Tremendous trees trail

Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild began creating his beautiful gardens upon a bare hill. Discover how he mixed exotic trees with British specimens to produce what we see today.


Sculpture trail

The gardens at Waddesdon are populated with sculptures. Discover more about the 18th-century statues and contemporary artworks that punctuate the grounds.

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Reynolds trail

This trail celebrates the life of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), a prolific painter who transformed British painting. Explore Waddesdon’s 14 Reynolds paintings online.

Discover Smartify


Download the app, scan the art, uncover the story

Unleash the stories behind each object displayed in A Rothschild Treasury with our new free Smartify app. Simply download, find Waddesdon Manor and save your favourites from our collection to share with friends on social media. A perfect tool to curate your very own collection from home.

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Virtual tours that allow you to explore parts of the House


Explore every corner of the Green Boudoir

This room was the private sitting room for the State Bedroom suite. Click on the hotspots to discover objects as well as seeing the panels with motifs of monkeys and dragons up close.


Find out more about an almanac

Zoom in and scroll to find out more about this beautiful almanac for the year 1688, The Catholic Faith Triumphant, from the Glorious Years exhibition.


Virtual tour of the Bachelors' Wing

Take a tour of this colourful part of the house, where many visitors are surprised that much of the collection of arms and armour in the corridor was bought by Ferdinand’s sister, Alice.