Wormsley Park 4747

High Wycombe, England, Buckinghamshire, Wycombe

Brief Description

Wormsley Park is a large landscape park which has been much altered during the 20th century. Some aspects of an 18th-century landscape survive.

History

The house at Wormsley Park has a 16th-century core. The garden was designed in approximately 1775, but was obliterated by 1840. Much landscaping took place in the late-20th-century as well as additions to the house.

Features
  • Labyrinth
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  • Walk
  • Description: The walk is lined with ammonites and stones.
  • Ornamental Lake
  • Description: The lake has a rustic bridge, cascade and island.
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  • Tunnel
  • Description: The tunnel is rockwork.
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Cricket Pavilion
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Stokenchurch
History

Period

  • 18th Century
Associated People

Just one person associated to Wormsley Park

Contact

Telephone

01793 445050

Official Website

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References

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