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Stowe House. Discover the hidden secrets inside...If you had power and riches, how would you use them?In the 18th century, the powerful Temple-Grenville family chose to create an idyllic landscape filled with temples. Amidst these enchanting...more
All reviews guided tour national trust nt members long walk take your time fascinating history former glory nt gardens open to the public beautiful grounds private school stately home car park boarding school at lunchtime every turn very helpful staff
We visited here today and a lot has changed since our last visit. There’s a smart new visitor centre and Discovery Centre with talking portraits which give the story of Stowe House from three different perspectives. Very informative and entertaining.
Our tour guide was Eileen...More
My husband and I decided to visit Stowe and have a good walk around the beautiful parkland and grounds which we do quite regularly having joined N.T. as members a couple of years ago.
We used the buggy from the cafe to the drop-off point...More
Stowe House is often confused with Stowe Gardens, and although connected the House itself is now used as a School. The house has been and is continually under restoration and it is certainly worth a visit, either in its own right or as part of...More
Been a few times now. The grounds are stunning, easy walking on pathways all year.
Last visit we watched otters fishing in the lake. People were walking by or busy taking selfies! They missed a real treat.
So much nature here worth a visit.
You've probably seen quite a few of the bridges and buildings in period dramas and films before and that's why we wanted to visit here. This house and grounds are great for lovely walks, taking in the buildings and follies around the landscaping. We loved...More
The house is now a private school and was interesting with a 45 minute guided tour, but the number of rooms visited was limited as the school still operates within this historic house. The house is not National Trust although it sits next to vast...More
From memory we ‘booked’ the guided tour on entry to the facility - i.e. where you either show your NT cards or pay admission - just as you walk up from the car park. I think it is more a case of being told what time the... More
From memory we ‘booked’ the guided tour on entry to the facility - i.e. where you either show your NT cards or pay admission - just as you walk up from the car park. I think it is more a case of being told what time the guided tours commence rather than booking and they start outside the house.