The burial grounds and garden surrounding the building are open to visitors all year round. From 1 April to the end of October the Meeting House is open to visitors, Monday to Sunday (including bank holidays), afternoons from 2 - 5pm. For group visits or to arrange a visit at other times, please call
There are 385 historical burials in front of the Meeting House and the modern burial ground up the hill is still in use by members of Chilterns, London West, and London North West Area Meetings. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the grounds at any time.
Group visits and coach parties
We welcome group visits and coach parties but these must be booked in advance. Coaches larger than minibuses need to park in the lay-by on Jordans Lane – they should not turn into Welders Lane! If coming from the M40/A40 we suggest large coaches proceed past the meeting house and turn left to Jordans village where they can turn around and come down Jordans Lane again to park in the lay-by (see map on 'Find Us' page).
We welcome visits from pupils of all ages, and the Meeting House, with its historical associations with William Penn - and the way the building itself exemplifies Quaker values - make it particualrly enriching as illustrating diverse aspects of the school curriculum.