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.

Buckinghamshire Activities

We have recently set up a Buckinghamshire Activities page and also a Buckinghamshire Food and Drink page. If you would like your business to be seen by over 22,000 unique viewers a month - get in touch! visitbucks@bbf.uk.com.

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Key events in 2014

                Firework displays across Bucks
1 - 9 November in various locations

Annual firework displays in Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, High Wycombe & Marlow. Buy tickets now!                  

Harvest Festivals and Halloween Haunts

Activities celebrating Harvest, Halloween and Half Term at Hell Fire Caves, Stowe Landscape Gardens, Chiltern Open Air Museum, Cliveden and many more!

    Aylesbury Christmas Lights Switch On
Aylesbury Town Centre, 20 November

Free family entertainment from 5.30pm. Lights will be switched on at 5.50pm, followed by fireworks and music. There will be a small funfair and late night shopping.