Moggerhanger Park

A Grade 1 listed Georgian house, Moggerhanger Park is recognised as the most complete surviving example of John Soane's work. It is set in 33 acres of fine landscaped parkland.


A view of the Georgian Grade 1 Listed award-winning historic house Courtesy of Moggerhanger Park/HHA

A view of the Georgian Grade 1 Listed award-winning historic house

 Moggerhanger Park is a 33-acre estate in the middle of rural Bedfordshire. The elegant historic house was designed by Sir John Soane in 1792 as the country home for the Governor of the Bank of England, Godfrey Thornton. It is gracefully set in natural parkland, landscaped by Humphry Repton, and among the original features are the spacious walled gardens, an ice house and a peaceful woodland walk. A grand programme of restoration between 2000 and 2012 brought the house and its park back to their former glory. 

Permanent collections

Moggerhanger offers an opportunity to experience John Soane’s light and graceful interiors at first hand. There’s a consecrated chapel, a fabulous Eating Room with ornate plasterwork, an Old Library and a variety of reception rooms with original features.

Visitor information

The house is visited on special heritage tours held on Sundays and Mondays, but the grounds can be visited free of charge daily. Special events including talks and concerts are held from time to time. 

Venue details

Moggerhanger Park The Park, Moggerhanger Bedfordshire MK44 3RW 01767 641007

Entry details

£3.75 with National Art Pass (standard entry £5)

Pre-booked tours
Sun – Mon, 2.30pm (please book by the previous Fri)