Don’t miss our Cubitt Car in its purpose built garage in the garden!
Be sure to visit our Special exhibitions gallery– one of the loveliest and the largest in the region and always with something interesting and worthwhile to see.
Part of our special exhibitions gallery – one of the biggest in the SE
The Roof of the meeting house of the Confraternity of the Virgin Mary built c 1470 – now the Museum Tudor House
While you are upstairs follow the signposts to the Tudor House – until the Tudor reformation it was the Guild hallof the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is restored to its original 15thc architectural splendour following major restoration work.
Downstairs the lower room of the Tudor House was remodelled for Georgian tastes in the mid 1700s; the garden side of the main corridor is the Georgian Room – one of the best Georgian stucco ceilings in Aylesbury and with a lovely outlook across the garden.
Our main displays are a ‘Touch of Bucks’ exploring the history of the County in fun interactive displays for every period. The approach is thematic so enjoy the woodland case , the Brickmaking displays or the lace room