Buckden Towers, The Street

Buckden Towers, The Street, Buckden, Cambridgeshire PE19 5TA

Formerly known as Buckden Palace, is a 13th century medieval fortified house for the Bishops of Lincoln as a stopping off point for there journeys between London and Lincoln.

Opening Arrangements

Estate grounds open daily. It includes the tower buildings as well as the Victorian house and a series of more contemporary chapel buildings. There is a Tudor-style Knot Garden, maintained by volunteers which is also open daily.

Admission Charges

  • Other Charges: Only on specific fundraising event days. Please check website for details of these

Parking Spaces


Parking is free. Overnight night only permitted for guests using Retreat-Conference Centre.