Midsomer Tours in Buckinghamshire & The Chilterns

The ITV hit drama Midsomer Murders has become a worldwide phenomenon. The majority of the series locations can be found across Buckinghamshire and The Chilterns. As the Midsomer County you can enjoy both self guided and group tours to learn the history behind the picturesque settings of this famous and much loved program.

Henley’s History and it’s Midsomer Murders Locations

Join a guided walking tour of ‘Henley’s History and it’s Midsomer Murders Locations’ in Henley-on-Thames with tour guides 'Henley Hosts'. Every Saturday this one hour guided walk uncovers some of the history of Henley and reveals the filming locations used in the famous ITV series. Tours start at 11am from the Argyll Pub.

Thame Midsomer Tour

The historic market town of Thame has been used several times to film for Midsomer Murders. Thame Museum, Rumsey’s Chocolaterie, The Town Hall and many more have been used as locations for different episodes in the series. The Midsomer Murder tours run on Wednesdays by guide and volunteer Tony Long from Thame Players, who creates an unforgettable experience! Starting at Thame Museum at 11:00am, costing £7.50 per person.

You can also download a self-guided tour of Thame and its Midsomer locations to enjoy and explore at your own leisure.

Marlow Self-Guided Tour

Covering 17 miles, you will very quickly find yourself immersed in scenes from Midsomer Murders. Following the trail, you can taste wine, sample local beer and sausages, spend the night in a filming location and walk the Chiltern Hills of Midsomer. You will start and end the tour in Marlow with a variety of beautiful villages in-between to experience the history of where Midsomer moments were filmed. This self-guided tour is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Midsomer and the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside. 

Midsomer on the Misbourne

Another brand new self-guided trail to download that takes you through stunning ‘Midsomer villages’ of Chalfont St. Giles, Chalfont St.Peter, Great Missenden, Little Missenden and Old Amersham.

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