Patrons are welcome to arrive from 3.30pm when the estate opens. To gain access to the Wormsley Estate all visitors must show their tickets, or provide the name of their host.
For directions to the Wormsley Estate please visit our travel information page.
There are a limited number of small tents, as well as some reservable tables in shared tents, in the Deer Park, the Upper Terrace and in the Granary and Chairman's Tent, which can be booked online. There are also some tables in tents available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.
To fully enjoy your evening allow some time to explore the Wormsley Estate. Enjoy traditional afternoon tea overlooking the famous Wormsley Cricket Ground in the Long Room Restaurant; take a short journey in the complimentary vintage bus to the beautiful 18th century Walled Garden; admire the stunning deer park and lake from our Champagne Bar, take a stroll around the flower borders of the Opera Garden.
Performances begin in the early evening from approximately 5.30pm (depending on the production).
The dinner interval lasts approximately 85 minutes. You can enjoy a range of sumptuous options in the Long Room Restaurant, order a picnic hamper or bring your own. Complimentary Scout porters and chauffeured golf buggies are available to assist with carrying picnics.
If you are arriving by train to High Wycombe we operate a transfer bus service to Wormsley, which meets one train before each performance and returns 15 minutes after curtain down. For further details and online booking visit our travel information page.
Performances end between 10.00pm and 10.15pm when candlelit pathways and the glow of the Opera Pavilion light the way across the spectacular Chiltern landscape.