Boarstall Tower Buckinghamshire, England.

Boarstall Tower is a 14th-century moated gatehouse located in Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, England. Boarstall tower was built by John de Haudlo in 1312 and is all that remains of a fortified manor house that was destroyed.

I stumbled upon this National Trust site on accident when I was viewing the Brill Windmill which is only a matter of minutes away. Pay close attention to the signs out front because they are only open on specific days throughout the year and this could create problems for those of you wanting to get a closer look.

Opening Times

  • Open Wednesdays, 1400 – 1700, from 2 June to 25 August
  • Open 1100 – 1700 on 3 and 5 April, 3 and 31 May, 28 and 30 August
  • Admission by timed ticket only (subject to availability), including members
  • Last admission 30 minutes before closing


Adult – £2.60

Children – £1.50


The Tenant, Boarstall Tower, Boarstall, Aylesbury HP189UX

Tel: 01280 822850