Georgian mansion with views across a Capability Brown landscape and the Oxfordshire countryside.
Kirtlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 3JN
- Mostly wheelchair accessible
Kirtlington Park is a Grade I, 18th-century Palladian mansion, built for Sir James Dashwood. The imposing house has fine gardens and is set in 3,000 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown, with views to the Chiltern Hills. During the Second World War the park was used as a ‘victory garden’. In 1971, the house was bought by Christopher Buxton and it remains the Buxton family home.
The house underwent a major redecoration in 2018 and the elegance and beauty of The Classical Era has been restored.
The tour features the State Rooms on the first floor and a tour of the beautiful grounds and garden.
Tours that are scheduled will be listed below. If none are scheduled yet, please check back later, or find other tours you might enjoy on our tours listing page here.
£20.00 per person
Tea, coffee and cakes
No steps to or through the front door. There are stairs to the first floor but there is also lift on the ground floor. There is access for wheelchair users and disabled cloakroom facilities.
If you’re attending a tour, please arrive no earlier than 3pm.