Queen Victoria's trusted prime minister Benjamin Disraeli lived here from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, books and pictures remain in this, his private retreat from the rigours of parliamentary life in London. There are beautiful walks through the surrounding park and woodland, and the garden is a recreation of the colourful design of Disraeli's wife, Mary Anne.
£5, child £2. 50, family £12. 50. Groups £4. 20, child £2. 10. Group visits outside normal hours £10. Garden only: £1. 80, child 90p. Park & woodland: Free. Reduced rate when arriving by public.
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