About the Park
One of Buckinghamshire's best kept secrets, Langley Park is steeped in history and a nationally important haven for wildlife. The stunning Rhododendron collection in the Temple Gardens is an explosion of colour from April to June, with views to Windsor Castle and beyond. In Kings Wood and out into the wider parkland veteran Oak and Chestnut trees, some planted by Capability Brown, provide valuable habitats for rare and endangered invertebrates. To compliment all of this there is a fantastic Tea Room serving hot and cold snack and homemade cakes, a children’s play garden, arboretum and history and tree trails. Langley Park offers a great day out for the young and old alike.
Langley Park is closed now
29th March 2020 to 27th September 2020
8:15am - 7:30pm
You’ll find public toilets to the right of the car park at the far end of the Tea Room, including disabled and baby changing facilities.
You can grab a coffee and hand-made cake or hot and cold light refreshments at the Tea Room to the right of the car park with indoor and outdoor seating. A range of traditional ice cream is also available. The Tea Room is run by San Remo Catering
There are spaces available for blue badge holders in the car park. The majority of main paths throughout the park are hard stony paths with occasional loose stones; smaller woodland paths are unsuitable for wheelchairs. The park is mainly flat with no stiles or cattle grids; kissing gates can be opened with a radar key for full accessibility. The Tea Room is accessible for wheelchairs.
Jubilee Play Garden is a short walk from the car park and is suitable for younger children.
The Jubilee play garden has everything you need to keep your little ones entertained. Slides, swings, a seesaw and play house all feature in the play garden.
Unwind as you take in the beauty of the Temple Gardens, relax strolling through the ancient oak woodlands of Kings Wood or follow one of our permanent trails. From a royal hunting ground to extravagant pleasure gardens, Langley Park is bursting with history; discover more on our History Trail. The Park is home to a fantastic variety of trees with year-round interest, find out some fascinating facts about some of our magnificent trees on our Timberland Tree Trail. Trail guides can be picked up in the Tea Room.
Bring your own bike and cycle around the many paths of the park. No cycling zones apply in some areas – please pay attention to signs on site.
Orienteering is competitive navigation on foot. Packs containing a detailed map and instruction leaflet are available to buy online or can be purchased online or from The Visitor Information Point in Black Park during opening hours
Well behaved dogs are welcome in all of our Parks; we do ask that dogs are kept under control & that waste is picked up and disposed of considerately. Clear signage is displayed throughout all the Parks regarding dogs on leads areas and dog free areas.