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Waddesdon's grounds are reopening

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We would like to thank you for your continued support during these recent months when we have been unable to open as usual.

With the Government’s most recent announcement that ticketed outdoor attractions may now open, we are delighted to confirm that we will reopen the grounds and car park from Wed 3 June.

To ensure we operate safely and responsibly, protecting visitors and staff, we are limiting numbers of visitors each day and will require everyone to pre-book, including National Trust members and local resident pass holders.

For now, the House, exhibitions, wine cellars, woodland playground, shop, Manor restaurant, Stables café and Woodland café must remain closed.

Your visit to Waddesdon will be slightly different from usual, as there are a few things we need you to do differently when visiting to help us to stay open safely. Please click here to read all the essential information on how we’re currently operating and to book your tickets.

We’ve loved hearing from you about what you’ve missed while we’ve been closed and are looking forward to welcoming you back to Waddesdon. While we're extremely pleased to be able to welcome back visitors, your visit to Waddesdon will be different from usual.

The Treaterie will be open and serving takeaway snacks and drinks with increased measures for safety. The Manor shop is not yet able to open, but you can still purchase goodies from our online shop. All profits go towards the upkeep of Waddesdon.

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