Woburn Abbey and Gardens
Visit Woburn Abbey and its accompanying gardens for a relaxed and educational journey through some royal and cultural English history.
What you get
To experience Woburn Abbey and its gorgeous gardens at a discount cost, use Clubcard vouchers. Simply exchange £4 in vouchers and you'll get yourself a Woburn Abbey and Gardens token.
Despite its achingly alluring exterior and palatial presence, Woburn Abbey's other big draw is its works of art. Hanging on every wall you're bound to find an exquisite piece of artistry created by one of history's respected artists. Gainsborough, Van Dyck, and Reynolds all have their place somewhere on the wall. Meanwhile you can take a guided tour of the Abbey which takes you from vault to underground grotto, and there are 3 other floors in between to be explored.
The surroundings at Woburn Abbey are impressive enough to stop you in your tracks, the Abbey itself overlooks 30 acres of serene and tranquil gardens, both formal and natural. The gardens are perfect for romantic, leisurely strolls especially with the likes of the Doric Temple, a small, secluded, white-pillared hideaway, and the Bog Garden where the carnivorous plants live.
How to place your order
1. Select the quantity of tokens you’d like using the basket on the right. Any change left over from your Clubcard vouchers will be added back into your Clubcard Account.
2. We’ll post your tokens and details on how to use them within 5 working days of your order being placed.
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- Woburn abbeyBy Poppets07 August 2014aged 45 to 54Female
Excellent value, lovely tea and gardens. If we had had time we would have preordered the Woburn tea.Date used : 28/07/2015
- Very pleasantBy Duchess07 August 2014
We enjoyed our visit very much. There was a lovely atmosphere in the house and the guides were friendly and informative. The tea rooms were clean and the food good. The gardens are a work in progress but nonetheless provided a pleasant walk, despite the showers. The shop wasn't as well stocked as I would have expected.Date used : 28/08/2014
- Woburn Abbey &GardensBy goodlife04 August 2014aged 65 or overFemale
Nice day out with the family, although 9 year old grandson was very disappointed that the maze was closed, a notice on the fence surrounding the maze stated that it is only open at Bank Holiday weekends, we were very surprised at this especially as we went during the school summer holidays. It is a pity that this isn't stated on the Woburn leaflet. We had afternoon tea in The Duchess's Tea Room which was lovely and enjoyed by all. I would mention that early booking is essential for this. All in all an enjoyable day.Date used : 03/08/2014
- UnderwhelmedBy Gervaise03 August 2014aged 45 to 54Male
If you belong to the National Trust or even English Heritage you will be underwhelmed. Yes the drive is long, yes there are lots of trees. This is not unusual. Do make the most of the "house vista" when it comes into view however - you won't get another. Architecturally the interiors are mostly "ordinary"; you will remember the grotto - the final room - and the feel of the Dining Room. If you want wow however visit Claydon just up the road. As far as the paintings go: after the first (few) dozen family portraits by various "minor" artists your interest will wane. The Canalettos are probably the highlight but you don't really get to "see" the pictures just the room as a whole. Some of the rooms have furniture and there is silverware and porcelain "downstairs" but if you "passingly familiar" you will struggle to be impressed. Most disappointing was the garden - what very little there is to see. Within 10 miles you have the charm of Ascot(t) and the sweeping designs of Wrest Park. Within 25 you have Waddesdon and Stowe against which Woburn pales. Depending where you are Claydon, West Wycombe, Hughenden, Upton House, Cliveden. I expected more. Woburn bills itself as a "treasure house" of Britain: a Chatsworth, a Warwick, a Blenheim. It was a disappointment. And a part of me felt that I wasn't really wanted. I suggest you make sure you have visited everything else in the area - and then places further away - before you consider Woburn. And if you do visit don't plan on a full day - just the morning say. With Boost the price is inexpensive but your time will be better spent elsewhere.Date used : 31/07/2014
- Woburn Abbey and GardensBy charchar25 July 2014aged 65 or overFemale
Beautiful gardens and the house is stunning. Staff very helpful in the house and eager to impart extra information. Particularly enjoyed the 'Canaletto Room'. Catering in the Duchess's Tea Rooms a little disappointing, and the scones were tough!Date used : 12/07/2014
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• Tokens may be used against standard admission, but cannot be used for special events and/or shows, other promotions or discounted tickets, or Annual Passes.
Terms & Conditions
• Tokens admit one adult OR one child OR one Senior on a one day standard admission ticket only to Woburn Abbey and Gardens.
• Tokens cannot be used in food outlets or shops. Tokens are not valid for membership or for upgrading to membership.
• Tokens cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, scheme or promotion. Please check for any terms and conditions specific to the supplier before ordering.
• Please check all opening/closing times and dates before you visit by checking the supplier's website.
•Tokens are valid for 6 months from issue.
• You must exchange your Clubcard vouchers for tokens, Clubcard vouchers will not be accepted by the supplier.
• Tokens are not transferable and will be issued with the name shown on your Clubcard vouchers and may be printed with your postcode.
• All standard Tesco.com and Clubcard scheme terms and conditions apply, these can be found on the website.
• Unused, expired and redeemed tokens cannot be refunded, exchanged or returned. This does not affect your statutory rights.