Welcome to Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns
'The Most Filmed County in England'
Visit Buckinghamshire is a useful online resource helping you to discover all that’s fantastic about this beautiful county. Buckinghamshire offers visitors a wealth of historic houses, glorious gardens and family friendly attractions as well as magnificent countryside all alongside exceptional accommodation (from B&B's to luxury country estates).
Buckinghamshire is unique in the fact that it has the most National Trust properties in the country, is the Birthplace of the Paralympic Movement, is home to ITV TV series Midsomer Murders and Roald Dahl, the children's author, is celebrated at two museums.
Search our extensive database of attractions, accommodation, events, activities and food and drink to help plan your trip and take a look at our interactive map to see how you can get the most out of your visit.
Easily accessible from London, the greater South East and the Midlands, Buckinghamshire is the perfect day out and short break destination.
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Explore Vibrant Buckinghamshire
Bucks County Museum in the heart of historic Aylesbury is a fascinating
place to visit.
Let us take you on one of our tours to Midsomer County. Choose favourite episodes and see the various sites where characters met their untimely end.
Try somewhere different to buy gifts!
Local Tourist Information Centres (TICs) in Buckinghamshire offer a wide range of products that will make gifts to others or even for yourself just that little bit special and individual.
Top 16 Things You Must Do in Bucks during 2016
An essential guide to the must see attractions, exceptionally beautiful scenery and most exciting events in the area.
Location: Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, Great Missenden
Join in the year-long celebration for the 50th anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory written by Roald Dahl.
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Key events in 2015
The 2015 Rugby World Cup!
The 2015 RWC is coming to Buckinghamshire during the first week of October. Stay on after Rugby World Cup games in the surprising new town of Milton Keynes for shopping parks, indoor ski slopes and those famous concrete cow statues.
The Roald Dahl Festival 2015!
An annual event that brings together over 1,000 school children and an audience of approximately 5,000 to celebrate the imagination and work of Roald Dahl, author of our times. Saturday 4 July, Aylesbury Town Centre, 11am - 3pm
The Kop Hill Climb
Once again The Chilterns will host its charity driven extravaganza of motoring history with over 15,000 spectators and 400 historic cars and bikes. 19th/20th September 2015.