Tickets & Prices
Grounds open for Winter Weekends Sat 5 Jan - Sun 24 Mar 2019. Open Feb half-term Sat 16-Sun 24 Feb, and Mon 18 & Tue 19.
Grounds ticket may be bought in advance or on the day and is valid for the whole day 10am-4pm.
House closed for conservation and cleaning. Reopens Wed 27 March.
Buying tickets on arrival
Grounds tickets can be bought on arrival at the Welcome Pavilion in the car park or online in advance. Don’t forget to bring your National Trust, Art Fund or RHS membership card with you. Accompanying carers receive free entry.
Grounds – Sat & Sun
Prices: £12 Adult, £6 Child, £30 Family (up to 2 adults + 3 children)
National Trust members & Under 5: Free
Accompanying Carers: Free
Grounds tickets may be bought in advance or on the day.
Grounds ticket includes: Gardens, Aviary, Woodland Playground, Wine Cellars, Stables Cafe, Coffee Bar and Coach House Gallery shop (Valid from 10am-4pm, on the day of your visit)
Gift Aid prices and donations
Your support really makes a difference to us. All proceeds from admission tickets and events go towards the upkeep of Waddesdon Manor.
The Gift Aid admission scheme includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. If you’re a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid admission allows us to reclaim tax on the whole of the amount paid – an extra 25 per cent. An extra £1 paid under the scheme can be worth up to £3 to us. If you’d like to pay our standard entry rates these are displayed below, at our property and under (prices) at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Grounds – Winter weekends
£9 Group Adult, £4.50 Group Child
House & grounds – (from 27 Mar 2019)
£18 Group Adult, £9 Group Child
National Trust & Art Fund members get free entry to both House and Grounds
Group rate available for 15 or more people, paid in total 14 days before your visit.
Primary school workshops
£5 per pupil, plus entry
Secondary school workshops
£5 per pupil, plus entry
Entry is free to those with Education Group Membership and entitles school groups to a year’s free entry to properties.
To book: email [email protected]
Become a member of the National Trust at Waddesdon
When booking your ticket to Waddesdon online, you now have the option to become a member of the National Trust.
Receive free entry to over 500 special places including Waddesdon, free parking at most National Trust car parks, National Trust handbook full of ideas to plan a visit, National Trust magazine three times a year and regular newsletters to your inbox.
- first select the date you’d like to visit Waddesdon
- at ‘Step 1’, click ‘show all ticket types’
- choose ‘Join the National Trust on the day’, with options for both adult and child
- proceed with your booking journey
- on the day of your visit, upon completion of your membership form at our Welcome Pavilion, you’ll become a National Trust member
National Trust members
Grounds and house tickets (excludes Christmas, Feast and some special exhibitions) are free to National Trust members presenting a valid card. We suggest you book your free timed ticket for the house in advance.
Carers receive free entry to the House and Grounds
All children under 5 get in free and a child is classed as 5-17 years inclusive.
National Trust Gift Cards
We accept National Trust gift cards for purchases in our Shop, Manor Restaurant and Stables Café, and for ticket purchases at the Welcome Pavilion or over the phone through our Booking Office.
Five Arrows Hotel Gift Vouchers
Give the gift of a delicious meal or an overnight stay, perfect for any occasion.
RHS Partner Garden entry
Free entry for RHS members to the gardens. Applies to the cardholder only.
Frequently asked Partner Garden questions
Art Fund members
Free entry to the house (excludes Christmas and some special exhibitions) and grounds with a National Art Pass. Applies to the cardholder only.
More about the National Art Pass
Where does my money go?
All ticket and donation income goes directly towards the upkeep, conservation and enhancement of the house, collections and landscape at Waddesdon, which we are committed to preserving for future generations to enjoy. We are very grateful to every visitor who helps us by purchasing an entry ticket, attending an event or donating via our Gift Aid admission scheme. Funds raised go towards a range of projects. For example, recent work includes the installation of a new disabled acesss lift in the Manor’s main entrance, conserving an important historical desk and restoring some of the artificial Pulham rockwork in the gardens.
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