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Upton House and Gardens

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Upton House was the country residence of Lord and Lady Bearstead in the 1930's and in 1939 they vacated it to allow the family-owned Merchant Bank to move in and escape London's air-raids. Those days are currently being recreated with rooms dresed as though the staff had slipped out for a coffee break.  Outside there are stunning terraced gardens leading down to a mirror pool which is always full of fish.  There is lots to keep children occupied including a woodland adventure trail, treasure boxes and often games on the lawn.There are usually family activities available during the school holidays.

Please note that pushchair access may be restricted in the house but babyslings should be available to borrow.  

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Contact Details

Address:

near Banbury

Warwickshire

OX15 6HT

 

Telephone:

01295 670266

Web site:

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/upton-house

e-mail:

 

Prices

 

Adult Price: £6.80

Child Price (under 17): £3.40

Under 5s: free

Family pass (2 adults + 3 children): £17.00

 

Annual passes available.

 

Ticket prices shown are for entry into the garden only, admission to the house bears an additional cost. Winter admission is cheaper, please see website for more details.

 

 

Opening Times

From 14 February to 1 November 2015:

Open every day except Thursday from 11:00am until 5:00pm.

House and exhibition open from 1:00pm to 5:00pm

 

Upcoming Events

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