Discover Britain's best kept secret
A magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French château.
Fabulous hands-on gallery inspired by Roald Dahl's stories at the County Museum in the heart of the historic market town of Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire holds many marvels and wonders to enchant and delight...
Roald Dahl is one of Bucks’ most famous authors & is celebrated in two museums, as well as having an annual festival in his honour.
Bucks has a rich heritage, from the battle scars of the Civil War to the golden age of steam, home to powerful families & famous individuals
The leisure facilities at Pendley Manor’s Hertfordshire cater for all tastes and ages and are available for use by all.
Buckingham Old Gaol Located in the heart of historic market town of Buckingham, the iconic Old Gaol was built in 1748.
Steeped in history, each part of the Gardens tell a different story.
Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create this timeless landscape.
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is a unique place that celebrates the stories and legacy of Roald Dahl.
Amersham Museum is an award winning museum located in a 15th century building in the heart of old Amersham.
Chiltern Open Air Museum was founded in 1976 with the aim of rescuing threatened buildings.
Fantastic day out for all! Heritage railway offering steam train rides, railway museum, visitor centre with restored engines, shop and café
The only surviving residence of poet and parliamentarian, John Milton - and the place where he completed his epic masterpiece, Paradise Lost
A section of the Buckingham has been restored and is a great place to visit.
We specialise in cycling and walking holidays, offering a fun and unique way to discover the hidden delights of Buckinghamshire.
The Little Theatre by The Park
Arts at Stowe brings incredible music, art, and theatre, for all ages and tastes to Stowe.
A guided cycle ride in the English countryside, visiting places of historical interest and enjoying a cream tea at a local vineyard.
We are a modest museum affiliated to the Association of Independent Museums but an independent registered charity.
530 acres of woodland, heath and open space, majestic trees and a 14 acre lake with family friendly activities & events all year round.
Three day Festival of Literature Poetry and Drama for families and book lovers June 30-July 2nd 2017
Little Chalfont Nature Park, in the heart of Little Chalfont, is a beautiful natural oasis created by and for the community.
Peter Aldington's three village houses (The Turn, Middle Turn, Turn End) in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire...
Beautiful, tranquil and historic with a variety of habitats for wildlife and year round activities for all.
Hartwell House stands in over ninety acres of gardens and parkland.
Timeless, peaceful and majestic, Hartwell House is the perfect venue for your special day.
The Buckinghamshire Registration Service holds records of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships, stillbirths & adoptions.
A local museum with collections from the furniture industry and local history.
Delve Deep Into The Caves...
Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli and secret map making base during the Second World War
'Steam on Thursdays and Sundays in Summer School Holidays and Kids-for-a-Quid too!'
Come and explore Wendover Woods.
Santa's Steam Specials were enjoyed by thousands of happy families last year and some of…
In 2017, Milton Keynes is celebrating it’s 50th birthday. Bletchley Park is celebrating this milestone…
The summer months bring with them the promise of sun and excitement...
Whether you get creative, dive into history or embrace the Halloween spirit, you won't be bored over half term in Buckinghamshire!
Waddesdon Manor has been wowing the crowds for years, with its glorious house and gardens surrounded by several popular beauty spots.
Bucks is blessed with more National Trust properties than any other county, making it the perfect backdrop for long Summer walks.
Over time, Buckinghamshire has provided a home to an array of renowned authors and has thus been the birthplace of some prodigious writing.
Who said Oxford was the home of intellects?
Amersham Museum reopening to the public.
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