Claydon’s gardens and park surround Claydon House and are a classic example of fine English country house gardens.
The current gardens were initially laid out for the 2nd Earl Verney by James Sanderson, a pupil of Capability Brown, in the Eighteenth Century although successive generations have made their mark on them.
With beautiful herbaceous borders, attractive pools, a large productive and decorative walled garden, and an unusual historic glasshouse, there is masses to explore. Visit Lady Verney’s interesting Florence Nightingale Centenary Garden, and enjoy stunning views over Claydon’s parkland from Queen Victoria’s walk.
The gardens are open to visitors and we also host regular tours, courses and events. For further details please visit our events page.
Gardens only. 9 March to 3 November: Saturday to Wednesday, 11am to 4pm.
Situated between Buckingham and Winslow and 25 minutes from Bicester, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes.
Car park on site
Historic House members visit for free, gardens only, not including special events.
We welcome groups and conduct tours combined with food and drinks.
To arrange something please get in touch.