Abbey Closed

Woburn Abbey and Gardens are undergoing major refurbishment works and therefore will be closed to visitors until Easter 2021.  During this period, we are sharing some of Woburn’s Treasures with a wider audience so that they can continue to be enjoyed in a different context with new narratives. Details of these exhibitions can be found here. To find out more about the refurbishment programme, please click here.

The theme for the Woburn Abbey Garden Show 2020 is The Plant Connection.  Taking place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June 2020 in Woburn Abbey’s beautifully landscaped gardens, the show promises to be the highlight of the horticulturalists’ calendar. To find out more about the Garden Show and to book tickets please click here.

Sharing Woburn's Treasures

Sharing Woburn's Treasures

27/11/2019

Woburn Abbey is currently undergoing its biggest refurbishment since it first opened to the public.

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The Abbey

The Abbey

Woburn Abbey is the family home of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford. The house and gardens are now closed to undergo a major refurbishment programme, re-opening to visitors spring 2021.

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The Gardens

The Gardens

There are 28 acres of award-winning, beautiful, historic gardens. When the 6th Duke inherited Woburn he commissioned Humphry Repton, the famous landscape gardener, to produce designs to improve the gardens and park. The gardens will be closed until spring 2021

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The Deer Park

The Deer Park

Enjoy a walk through the deer park by using the public footpaths. There are nine species to spot as you walk through the Repton designed landscape.

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