Woburn Abbey LiberTea

Time
10:00am - 4:00pm
Address
Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire, Woburn MK17 9WA, United Kingdom
Organiser
Woburn Abbey and Gardens
Supporter
The Historic Houses Association

The political freedoms that began with the Magna Carta were supported by the Russell family over the centuries. They were a prominent Whig family who passionately believed in civil liberties. On a special trail through Woburn Abbey, explore their contributions to the many freedoms we enjoy today.

Learn how William, Lord Russel joined the Rye House Plot in 1683 against the absolute monarchy of the Stuarts, he was arrested and, despite numerous pleas he was beheaded for treason. When William of Orange arrived in 1688 as William III, he pronounced the trial illegal and the family was rewarded with a Dukedom. You can view this royal document at the Abbey.

Guided tours will take place 11:00 1:00 and 2:00 pm on the 14th.
Go to the Duchesses Tea Room for a LiberTea when you finish.

Booking details

There is no need to book your visit to the Abbey but it is recommended that you book for Tea. http://www.woburnabbey.co.uk/abbey/the-duchess-tea-room/

Cost to attend

The tour is free with standard Woburn Abbey admission. Adults £15.00 Children £7.50

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