Here you find an overview of all exhibitions at Waddesdon Manor in Waddesdon. Besides the current temporary exhibitions, the overview lists permanent exhibitions, upcoming exhibitions and past exhibitions.


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The Little Grand Tour
06Apr

The Little Grand Tour

Just for children aged between 7 and 12 year old, enter the House before it opens to the public and see the beautiful detailed Dutch paintings in our Morning Room and discover the amazing portraits by...
Glorious Years: French Calendars from Louis XIV to the Revolution
28Oct

Glorious Years: French Calendars from Louis XIV to the Revolution

Glorious Years is a celebration of the power of the printed image before photography. An exhibition of rare calendars, published in Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries, from their golden period under...
Power & Portraiture: Painting at the Court of Elizabeth I
29Oct

Power & Portraiture: Painting at the Court of Elizabeth I

A special display exploring how Elizabeth I and her courtiers used portraits to fashion their public image and promote themselves in a glamorous, dangerous world. Two spectacular panel paintings have...
Creatures and Creations: Art by Platon H & designs by Mary Katrantzou inspired by Rothschild species
29Oct

Creatures and Creations: Art by Platon H & designs by Mary Katrantzou inspired by Rothschild species

Witness nature reimagined in an exhibition that sees an amalgamation of fashion, digital art and animal specimens on show. In collaboration with the Natural History Museum at Tring, Walter Rothschild’...
Tales from the Archive
29Oct

Tales from the Archive

This year’s archive exhibition focusses on people and how the records we hold in the Waddesdon archives, housed at Windmill Hill, tell us their stories. One highlight will be to share research recentl...
Step this Way: the Red Drawing Room opened up
29Oct

Step this Way: the Red Drawing Room opened up

Come into the Manor as a 19th-century house guest would have done. The Red Drawing Room is the central room of the house, connecting the main door with the formal gardens to the south. Baron Ferdinan...
The Riches of the Earth
29Oct

The Riches of the Earth

Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild’s ‘Renaissance Museum’ was full of objects made of precious materials: hardstones, minerals, silver and gold. While the bulk of this collection was bequeathed to the Brit...
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