Arts & Culture Experience
Woodchester Mansion may be unfinished, but it’s nothing short of spectacular. The construction of the mansion began in 1857 but stopped in the mid-1860s, so visitors can see the unplastered walls and unglazed windows. Woodchester Mansion hides no secrets, which means it is a sight to behold for those with a passion for architecture.
This Grade I listed Victorian Gothic house is tucked away in a delightful Cotswold valley in Gloucestershire and was designed by a young, local architect – Benjamin Bucknall. Benjamin was determined to blend the local work of limestone with the ideas of the French architectural thinker Viollet-le-Duc, thus creating this Gothic Revival house.
Whether you are arranging a private tour, an event, or simply wish to visit a unique mansion, Woodchester Mansion is a masterpiece.