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  • Guided Village Trail and Cream Tea

    Guided Village Trail and Cream Tea

    Great Missenden

    Join us on a family walk for all ages, exploring the charming Chilterns village of Great Missenden. See the places that inspired Roald Dahl and featur…more

  • Fenella Humphreys: Bach2theFuture

    Fenella Humphreys: Bach2theFuture

    Henley-on-Thames

    This gutsy and exhilarating disc completes violinist Fenella Humphreyss laudable project to commission and record six companion pieces to Bach…more

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    Bucks Pottery & Sculpture Society talk

    Little Kingshill

    Kirsteen is a Bucks based ceramic artist whose work covers a range of different finishing techniques - raku, soda and electric firings, sometimes with…more

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    All Star Fight Night at Planet Ice

    Milton Keynes

    All Star Professional World Championship K1, Kickboxing and WCBoxing Fight Night featuring fighters from across the world!We have X8 World TitlesX…more

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Of all the home counties Buckinghamshire, the heartland of high house prices and good schools, is surely the most beautiful. With the Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at its heart and the River Thames running through it, this is a county that has helped to define England for centuries. A landscape of endless contrasting vistas from bustling market towns to tiny unspoiled villages, from country walks to river walks and also of incredible museums and ancient sites, Buckinghamshire surely has it all.

Of all the hundreds of museums and stately homes, the most famous is surely Bletchley Park, the historic site of British code-breaking activities during the Second World War, home of the famous Enigma machine and the birthplace of the computer. In addition Bletchley Park is also home to one of the largest collections of Churchill artefacts and memorabilia in the world.

Other historic places worth visiting include High Wycombe with its Museum at Castle Hill and its glorious heritage as a furniture making town, Marlow with its famous suspension bridge (built in 1831) and Georgian buildings (and also home to the poet Shelley and his wife Mary, creator of Frankenstein) and Amersham old town with its rows and rows of period cottages, period houses and assorted half-timbered buildings. Also worth checking out are Amershams weekly outdoor markets which have been running for hundreds of years.

For a more scenic look at Buckinghamshire head for the hillsthe Chiltern Hillsand experience Buckinghamshires own gorgeous Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Or why not spend a day strolling along the Thames as it flows through the county? Lastly, try the rolling fields of Aylesbury Vale, whether by bike or on foot, a delightful way to experience one of Englands true home-counties.

Days Out & Attractions

Attractions in Buckinghamshire

Fun days out in Buckinghamshire

Enjoy a fun filled and fantastic day out for all the family at a range of attractions in Buckinghamshire, including theme parks, castles, zoos, museums and historic houses.

Zoos & Safari Parks in Buckinghamshire

Zoos & Safari Parks

Get close-up and personal with a wild animal at a zoo or safari park in Buckinghamshire.

Theme Parks in Buckinghamshire

Theme Parks

Thrills and spills on rides and rollercoasters at a theme park in Buckinghamshire.

Museums in Buckinghamshire

Museums

Love British history?Come and take a stroll through the ages at a local museum.

Art galleries in Buckinghamshire

Art Galleries

From timeless classics to modern masterpieces, enjoy art at its very best.

Experiences

Experiences

Want to try your hand at something completely different? Try an experience...

Updated: 21/09/2018 04:42:36

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