Langley Country Park

Beautiful, tranquil and historic with a variety of habitats for wildlife and year round activities for all.

A bit about us

Easily accessible from London and the Home Counties and part of the Colne Valley Regional Park, Langley Park has a wide variety of habitats for wildlife including woodland, heathland, wood pasture and grassland. It’s one of the best places in the local area to see a stunning variety of flora and fauna.Throughout the year Langley Park is bursting with colour and splendour. The masses of rhododendrons in the Temple Gardens bloom between March and June each year and the view to Windsor Castle from these Gardens is an impressive sight.

In summer, many species of butterfly chase around the heather and gorse on the open vista, and a variety of wildfowl can be seen on Langley Lake. The Arboretum offers year round interest with a fine collection of specimen trees.

From a royal hunting ground to extravagant pleasure gardens, Langley Park is steeped in history. Over the centuries many influential people have been linked with the park, including King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, and the 3rd and 4th Dukes of Marlborough. Within the Temple Gardens is the site of a former banqueting pavilion dating back to the early 1740s, known as The Temple. This was replaced in 1865 with the Harvey Memorial Tower, which once had a viewing platform 100 steps high with fine views to Windsor Castle.

Parkland trees such as Wellingtonia, Cedar of Lebanon and English Oak, as well as the serpentine lake next to the mansion house, reflect Langley Park’s various stages of development, with influences by the notable landscape designer Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.

Facilities include:

  • Designated picnic areas, baby changing facilities and buggy friendly paths
  • Pay and display car park
  • Jubilee Play Garden for under 12s open all year
  • Newly refurbished café
  • Accessible toilets and baby changing facilities located at the cafe
  • Trail guides so you can find out more about the park’s fascinating history, the variety of trees that live here, and the beautiful rhododendron gardens
  • Orienteering course to track your way through the park using a map, compass and clues
  • Conservation volunteering opportunities
  • A varied events and activities programme throughout the year


  • Langley Country Park
  • Billet Lane
  • Iver
  • Buckinghamshire
  • SL0 0LS

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  • MON:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • TUE:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • WED:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • THU:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • FRI:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • SAT:8.15am - 7.30pm
  • SUN:8.15am - 7.30pm

  • Parking available
  • Children welcome
  • Coffee
  • Disabled access
  • Restaurant
  • WC
  • Seating available
  • meetingrooms

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