Cliveden is a National Trust site set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age. For younger visitors, the Storybook Play Den encourages imaginations to run wild as you play amongst wooden carvings of favourite storybook characters whilst the 500 metres of winding paths in the Cliveden Maze make it a challenge for all ages to find the centre.

The formal gardens give way to secluded glades, tree-lined avenues and picturesque riverside with miles of woodland walks to discover.


Cliveden House, Taplow, Berkshire SL6 0JF [view map]

Cliveden is approximately 15 minutes car drive from Marlow (5.9 miles).

What you need to know

Opening times: generally open 10am to 5:30pm Monday to Sunday

Pricing: Adult £9:90, Child £4.95, Family £24.75 see full pricing here


Orangery Café – home cooked lunches and teas
Shop – gifts, seasonal produce and plants
Refreshment kiosk – open air seating in piazza area (main car park)
Dovecote Coffee House – serving morning coffee and afternoon tea
Toilets – in the Gas Yard (off main car park), at Orangery and Doll’s House
To respect the privacy of hotel guests, no photos are allowed in the house
Dog walking under close control in the woodlands. Assistance dogs welcome throughout gardens and cafe facilities
Designated picnic areas with picnic benches
On site car parking (included within admission fees)
Introductory film ‘Cliveden: Camelot on Thames’ showing in the Gas Yard cinema
Storybook Play Den – imaginative play area for the under 10s
The Cliveden Maze is great fun for children and adults alike (please accompany children under 11)
Pick up a free family trail sheet to explore the gardens. Available from the information centre
The goal posts on the north paddock are ideal for a game of football
Baby-changing facilities in Gas Yard (off main car park), Orangery and Doll’s House toilets
All-terrain baby buggies available to borrow from the information centre
Buggy friendly route map available from the information centre
Orangery Café offers a children’s menu, high chairs and a baby bottle and food warming station
Doll’s House café and shop overlooking the play area and designed especially for families.