Moggerhanger Park is a 33 acre estate in the middle of beautiful Bedfordshire countryside.
Moggerhanger House is a Grade 1 listed house designed by the eminent architect, Sir John Soane Designed in 1792 as the country home of the Governor of the Bank of England, Godfrey Thornton.
There is so much to be discovered here at Moggerhanger Park with its unique history and inspiring architecture. Many of the original garden features are still in existence today including the spacious walled gardens, an ice house and a peaceful woodland walk.
B&B everyday, Cafe, 10:00am to 16:00pm starting in Feburary to end of October.
Tours only on Wednesdays and Sundays March to October.
Moggerhanger is situated on the A603, 2 miles from the A1 at Sandy. Just 4 miles from A421 Bedford bypass and 20 minutes from the M1, it is easily accessible from London, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Birmingham and Oxford.
From the A1, take the A603 at Sandy. From the M1, take junction 13 (A421) and then the A603 at Bedford. Once in Moggerhanger,follow the brown Historic House signs from the A603.
The grounds are open year round, every day. Visits to the house are by guided tours only. Historic Houses members visit for free.
5-18 years: £3.50
Under 5: Free