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Burnham Beeches

Parks & Walks

Burnham Beeches is located in Buckinghamshire to the West of London and is a registered charity. It is an amazing nature reserve, and is a Sites of Special Scientific Interest(external link) and Burnham Beeches is additionally a National Nature Reserve(external link) and Special Area of Conservation(external link): these are internationally important places for wildlife so please take special care when you visit and be mindful of the impact of your visit on the local wildlife. When you visit, you can help the wildlife by keeping to the main paths to reduce trampling, and by remembering that shouting, barking dogs and dogs running widely cause disturbance to birds and mammals. Please ask a Ranger or use the signs on site to understand what you are able to do.

Discover the splendour of the ancient beech pollards, explore the rare and diverse habitats or take in the outstanding natural beauty that surrounds these beautiful, scenic sites. 

If you are not able to walk or cycle to Burnham Beeches and want to park on site, the car parks are open from 8am and close at dusk. Daily parking charges apply - see our car parking and season ticket page.

There are steep hills at Burnham Beeches, but the path is suitable for bikes, buggies, scooters etc.

There is a cafe next to the car park selling coffees, cakes and ice creams.

Opening Hours

MondayOpen
TuesdayOpen
WednesdayOpen
ThursdayOpen
FridayOpen
SaturdayOpen
SundayOpen

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