Duke of Bridgewater Monument at Ashridge Estate
The Estate covers more than 6 square miles in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. We offer a range of self-guided walks, where you may be lucky enough to encounter our wild herd of fallow deer. Take a stroll through the woodland and marvel at the majestic oaks and towering beech trees. There is something new to experience throughout the year at Ashridge - carpets of bluebells in spring, beautiful orchids and butterflies in summer, strangely shaped fungi in autumn and frosty leaves to crunch through in winter.
A full programme of events take place throughout the year, including children's craft activities for Easter, Summer and Halloween, guided walks to see wildlife and our hugely popular Autumn Chilterns Countryside Festival to celebrate local produce and countryside activities.
It costs £1.80 for an adult and 90p for a child, and National Trust members are free.
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|Notes||Entry to the Estate and Visitor Centre is free. The monument is open weekends from April until October from 12 - 4.30pm (weather permitting).|
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Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 1LX
Map reference: SP 968132 Lat: 51.80985 Long: -0.59675
Located between Northchurch and Ringshall on the B4506. HP4 1LT (for sat nav).
By Public Transport:
From Tring station it is 1.75 miles to Ashridge Estate.
Parking : free
Nearest station : 5 miles (8.0 kms) from Tring station
Mobility vehicles available to borrow. Please call the visitor centre for details. 01442 851227.