Contemporary Art & Architecture Tour
24 Oct 2018
11am, 11.30am, 2pm & 2.30pmWindmill Hill
Join us for a tour of Flint House and Windmill Hill Archive.
Please note: our Fri 19 October tour has moved to Wed 24 October. We have contacted nearly everyone on these tours to rearrange their booking.
However, one person booked at our ticket desk onsite and we haven’t been able to let them know. If you’re booked onto the tour and haven’t heard from Waddesdon about moving the date, then please get in touch with our Bookings team on 01296 820414 and they can sort out your booking for you. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
This is your chance to see exquisite interiors and artworks of two pieces of contemporary architecture on the Waddesdon estate, Windmill Hill Archive and Flint House. Tours of each building will take approximately 25 minutes and you’ll be taken by bus around the estate.
Visitors who wish to go into the main Grounds or House will need to purchase additional tickets.
About Flint House
Winner of the RIBA House of the Year Award in 2015, the Flint House was commissioned by Lord Rothschild and designed by Charlotte Skene Catling of Skene Catling de la Peña.
The building is astonishingly innovative, faced in flint and conceived as if it was emerging from the earth. The interiors, designed by David Mlinaric, blend contemporary and historic style. Read more
About Windmill Hill
Designed by Stephen Marshall Architects of London, this former dairy farm has been transformed and now houses the archives of the Manor and the Waddesdon Rothschilds. It is both a contemporary statement in its own right, and is home to a growing collection of contemporary art that complements the building and its environment. Read more
Please note: these tours are not suitable for small children, wheelchair users or those with access/mobility requirements
Wed 24 Oct (moved from 19 Oct)
All time slots on this day are sold out.