The Garden Guide

West Wycombe Park

A great landscape park  in the Serpentine Style made on the site of an earlier English Baroque geometrical garden. It has many small temples and garden buildings set in a park which was designed by Thomas Cook in the manner of Lancelot Brown. It can be seen as an example of the Augustan Style. Humphry Repton was consulted but few of his ideas were implemented.

Sir Francis and Lady Dashwood at West Wycombe Park (1776) with the newly completed house beyond the lake

West Wycombe, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, HP14 3AJ

April to August. Sunday to Thursday. Open 2pm to 6pm.

Adult £6.60, Grounds only £3.30

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