Waddesdon is internationally famous for its collection of eighteenth-century decorative arts. Together with important British, Dutch and French paintings, it is displayed in the magnificent interiors created in the late 1800s by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild.
New acquisitions and loans continue to be added; some complementing the historic collection, others exploring areas of contemporary art.
Download our Works of Art at Windmill Hill leaflet for details on pieces at Windmill Hill.
Find out more about the collection through one of our study days or special interest days.