When is it? Sunday 12 March from 10am
Where is it? West Wycombe Park
Who can take part? Families, friends, anyone who loves the outdoors
Daffodil Walk FAQs
Got a question about the walk? We’ve popped some info below – if you’ve still got questions, please get in touch.
Entry costs £5 for adults and Under 16’s £3
All tickets include a daffodil bulb that you can take home with you and plant in your garden.
You may wish to consider planting your bulb at home in memory of a loved one.
You can pre-book your tickets online here, if not, simply turn up on the day and pay your entry fee!
We’ll accept cash or card payments on arrival
Yes, free parking is available on the day, although donations are welcome.
There will be clear signage to the car park when you get there.
Absolutely! There’ll be hot drinks and home made cakes available to buy on the day in the village hall. So, don’t forget your purse if you want to quench your thirst!
We have a number of activities happening on the day, so there’ll be something for everyone!
In the park, we’ll have a children’s treasure hunt, a petting farm and face painting.
For those who want to find out more about the history of the 18th Century Landscape Parklands, we’re also offering tours. Tours will be available at 11am and 1pm, these can be booked on arrival.
We also have live music, stalls and a tombola in the village hall, so come along and enjoy some quality family fun.
Yes, there are toilets in the park (signposted from the car park)
There is parking for Blue Badge holders. The Park is partially accessible to wheelchairs, but please be aware there are greenways, slopes, steps and various areas of water, including a lake, plus a cascade and bridges to cross. Therefore access might be limited but everybody is welcome!
Unfortunately, the Park only admits assistance dogs