Attraction in Faringdon
Buscot Park is a National Trust property, administered on the Trust's behalf by Lord Faringdon. It is a fine late 18th Century house and contains the Faringdon Collection of paintings, (including works by Rembrandt, Reynolds, Murillo, Rossetti and the famous 'Briar Rose' series by Burne-Jones) and fine furniture.
There are extensive parklands offering delightful walks, including a walled garden with a pleached hop hornbeam avenue and a water garden by Harold Peto. The Tearoom serves home made cakes and cream teas. There is ample free parking.
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Months Open: April - September
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Prior booking required with Estate Office
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: House & Grounds Adults: £7
Grounds only Adults: £5
Children half price
National Trust members: Free
Catering: Tea Room
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