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Stowe Gardens

The scale, grandeur and beauty of Stowe has inspired writers, philosophers, artists, politicians and members of the public from the 18th century to the present day. One of the most remarkable creations of Georgian England, Stowe was created by a family once so powerful they were richer than the king. Since the National Trust acquired the gardens in the late 1980s, an ambitious programme of restoration has ensured that over 40 temples and monuments remain, gracing an inspiring backdrop of lakes and valleys with an endless variety of walks and trails, a delight to explore at any time of year.

Note: Stowe House (not National Trust) open days: 01280 818166/818229
Don't miss

  • Wander through one of the 18th-century's greatest landscapes.
  • Pick your favourite temple and guess its hidden meaning.
  • Enjoy the lakeside walks, wooded valleys and open vistas.

Get in touch
01494 755568 (Infoline) 01280 822850 01280 818825 (Saturday and Sunday) Fax: 01280 822437 Email:

Gift Aid Admission (Standard Admission prices in brackets) Gardens:

  • adult £7.50 (£6.80)
  • child £3.80 (£3.45)
  • family £18.80 (£17.05)

House and house tours: telephone infoline for details. Charge including members. House (not National Trust) admission payable at National Trust Reception

For more information visit the Stowe Landscape Gardens website

Brackley Online Post
If you're visiting Stowe Landscape Gardens why not visit the historic market town of Brackley with it's range of niche shops, coffee shops and massive indoor Antique Cellar underneath Waitrose superstore. For more information on Brackley visit the Brackley website by clicking on the logo.