Exhibitions and Events at Waddesdon Manor - 2019

Location

Waddesdon Manor
Aylesbury
HP18 0JH
Date
20th March 2019
Time
open Wed-Sun, see website for times
Frequency
Every Day

Woofs at Waddesdon 
Sat 16- Sun 17 Mar, 10am-4pm

On Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March, treat your dog to a Poupon Doggy Bag in the Stables Courtyard, and Waddesdon will  treat you to a free tea or coffee. 

There is a history of beloved dogs at Waddesdon Manor; Ferdinand de Rothschild, the creator of the Manor, performed tricks in the East Gallery with his four-legged companion Poupon the poodle. With five routes to choose from, visitors today can enjoy a scenic walk through the fields and woods while admiring the surrounding views of the Aylesbury Vale. Collect a dog-friendly visitor map upon arrival at the Welcome Pavilion, or purchase an illustrated dog map, highlighting the key dog-friendly spaces which then becomes a memorable keepsake.

Visitors can also treat their dog to a Poupon Doggy Bag, ensuring that they don’t miss out on any of the fun. Including a toy, a bag of treats, and a sorbet inside, everyone can relax together at one of our dog friendly pit stops or share a picnic while exploring the estate.

 

Brought to Life: Eliot Hodgkin Rediscovered 

Open 11am-5pm, Wed-Sun, 25 May - 20 October 2019

Free with grounds admission: Adult £11, Child £5.50, Family £27.50

Free for National Trust, RHS and Art Fund members and Under-5s

 

Events

Thursday 6 June, 1.15pm and Saturday 14 September, 1.15pm, curator-led, free exhibition tours. Advance booking is recommended www.waddesdon.org.uk/whats-on

 

Wednesday 19 June, 6pm doors for 6.30pm Curator in conversation – Exhibition curator Adrian Eeles in conversation with Eliot Hodgkin’s son Max Hodgkin, Charlotte Gere, art collector and friend, at Spencer House, St James’s Place, London SW1A 1NR. Tickets £14 include a glass of wine and an opportunity to see the State Rooms. Bookings 020 7514 1958 or online here. 

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