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Visiting Cliveden National Trust

We always enjoy visiting Cliveden National Trust. The gardens are beautiful and there’s always lots to keep the children entertained. Read on to find out more.

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What is there to do at Cliveden?

The grounds are lovely to walk around. You can walk round the gardens in front of and around the main house, the woodland areas, and there’s a lovely water feature area too.

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden National Trust
Cliveden National Trust

There is a great wooden play area called The Storybook Den which features characters from children’s books including Captain Hook and The Hungry Caterpillar. There is a nice range of equipment for children of varying ages.

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden National Trust

Cliveden’s giant maze is great fun – and quite tricky!

Cliveden National Trust

You can also take a walk along the river and even book a little river boating adventure too. Click here to find out more.

There are several walking trails available around the grounds. You can find out more about these here.

The woodland play trail and Clive’s Den provide further fun for the children. All set in the woodland area of the estate.

What facilities are at Cliveden?

There is a cafe where you can get food, drinks and ice cream with inside and outdoor seating. There is a shop, toilets and a car park on site.

How do you get tickets?

There is no longer a booking system in place so you can pay when you arrive. National Trust members have free entry.

Adult entry is £17, children (5-17yrs) are £8.50, under 5yrs are free. You can find more information on pricing here.

Do keep an eye out for the occasional free family ticket offer as well.

How do you get there?

For the main entrance at Feathers Gate, please use post code SL1 8NS. For the woodland car park entrance use post code SL6 0HJ.

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