Phone Number: 01296 688242
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Ascott House and Garden is a 17th Century Tudor country home, formal gardens and parkland South West of Leighton Buzzard in Buckinghamshire.
Ascot park, owned by the National Trust contains a grade II listed timber-framed Jacobean property with 261 acres of formal and informal gardens and parkland, which is itself contained within the wider 4,400 acre Ascott estate owned by the de Rothschild family. The house dates from early 17th century and was originally a farmhouse which was later extended and contains collections of paintings, period furniture and porcelain.
The 30 acres of formal and informal gardens include a Dutch garden, the Lynn garden, Lily pond, topiary, Madeira walk, sunken garden, venus garden and Chinese Dell.
- Free for National Trust members.
- Free car parking.
- Open Daily (except Mondays) 19th March – 15th September 2019.
- Open Bank Holiday Mondays.
- The Tea Room: open at 12pm and close at 5:30pm
- Gardens: open 1pm - 6pm with last entry at 5pm
- House: open 2pm - 5pm with last entry at 4:30pm
Ticket Prices - Ascott House and Gardens:
- Adult - £12.00
- Child - £6.00
Ticket Prices - Gardens Only:
- Adult - £7.00
- Child - £3.50
Prices and opening hours correct as at August 2019.
Before you start your journey to Ascott House and Garden for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.
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