As the birthplace of the Paralympics, Buckinghamshire and The Chilterns is a fantastic inclusive tourism destination to visit. Enjoy an abundance of things to do and see at some of the county’s best attractions which are accessible for all.
Enjoy three days discovering what Buckinghamshire and The Chilterns has to offer when it comes to accessible tourism. On your first day you will explore the birthplace of the Paralympics, Aylesbury and Stoke Mandeville. New for 2019, you can discover the Paralympic Heritage Trust which showcases a variety of displays of items, stories and key milestones of the Paralympic Games. Spend the afternoon exploring Waddesdon Manor, one of the most well known attractions of Buckinghamshire, where you can take a tour of the outstanding and immaculate house, grounds and gardens.
On your second day you will head to Great Missenden, the birthplace and resting place of famous author, Roald Dahl. Here you can find a museum dedicated to his life and books, the museum has been created so it is fully accessible, including a British Sign Language interpretation throughout the Museum which can be found via the Museum's Signly app. Enjoy lunch at The Hearing Dogs for the Deaf cafe which has a variety of fresh, delicious choices. Finish the day by boarding Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway as you enjoy a leisurely ride through the stunning Chiltern Hills countryside.
The final day is spent visiting one of the country's National Trusts, Stowe House and Gardens.Stowe is steeped in history and makes for a perfect morning of exploring. Finish the day by heading to Britian's biggest kept secret, Bletchely Park, the award-winning heritage attraction that was once the top-secret home of the World War Two codebreakers. Enjoy an immersive and exciting afternoon discovering the history behind code-breaking and the role that Bletchley played during WW2.
Above is just a quick taster into whats on offer in our #3DayInBucks itinerary for Accessible, download the PDF here to discover plenty more!