Enjoy three days discovering all the very best locations and attractions that have been used in Film, TV and Literature.
Over the past decade, many of Buckinghamshire’s idyllic settings have enthralled viewers around the world, the most famous of which are the locations for Midsomer Murders, James Bond, Harry Potter and The Crown.
During this three day itinerary you will head to both the birthplace and resting place of Roald Dahl, where you will head to the museum along with taking a walk through the village and woods that inspired many of his famous and much loved stories. The following day you will head to the minature world of Bekonscot Model Village and Railway which has been used as a film location many times and a hit with the Royal Family. Afterwards you will explore the woods of Black Park, an iconic filming spot for many award winning and well known films, including Harry Potter and James. Your third and final day takes you to Marlow, the gem in Buckinghamshire's crown, used many times for the hit TV series Midsomer Murders, take a self-guided trail to explore the town and the surrounding areas where you can find yourself quickly immersed in the beautiful British countryside. Stop off at Turville, Buckinghamshire's most filmed village and you'll see why. This quintessential village makes the perfect location for many films and TV, most famously used as the village of Dibley in The Vicar of Dibley.
Above is just a quick taster into whats on offer in our #3DayInBucks itinerary for Film, TV and Literature, download the PDF here to discover plenty more!