Follow in the footsteps of DCI Barnaby on a self guided trail to discover local filming locations used in the hit TV series Midsomer Murders
Steeped in history, each part of the Gardens tell a different story.
Beautiful, tranquil and historic with a variety of habitats for wildlife and year round activities for all.
Within Buckinghamshire lies the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty...
Midsomer Murders is one of Buckinghamshire’s greatest successes, spend a day following in DCI Barnaby's footsteps.
Roald Dahl is one of Bucks’ most famous authors & is celebrated in two museums, as well as having an annual festival in his honour.
A magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French château.
530 acres of woodland, heath and open space, majestic trees and a 14 acre lake with family friendly activities & events all year round.
In medieval times Howe Park would have been a vital local source of wood for the villagers of nearby Tattenhoe.
Despite being one of the newer parks in Milton Keynes the land at Stanton Low is rich in heritage.
Hartwell House stands in over ninety acres of gardens and parkland.
Danesfield House Hotel and Spa is located between Marlow and Henley-on-Thames in Buckinghamshire, just 30 minutes away from central London.
Campbell Park is one of Milton Keynes' most popular parks and home to many exciting events and activities every year.
Willen Lake South is Milton Keynes’ most popular park. It offers a wide range of activities, with something for everyone to enjoy.
Discover Britain's best kept secret!
Explore some of the Chiltern countryside that Roald Dahl loved.
Willen Lake is one of Milton Keynes’ best loved parks with watersports facilities, high ropes course and an outdoor splash park!
Explore Great Missenden and spot the key sights that relate to Roald Dahl's books and life.
Thame is one of the most frequently used filming locations for the popular ITV series, Midsomer Murders.
Home to the Stonor Family for 850 years.
Amersham Museum is an award winning museum located in a 15th century building in the heart of old Amersham.
Our tours offer a unique way to discover the hidden delights of Buckinghamshire and The Chilterns
Come for steam train rides on Sundays, plus ride the miniature railway, watch the model trains, visit the Railway Museum, plus lots more!
One of England’s finest Tudor Manor Houses.
Formerly home of the Astor family, the National Trust's Cliveden has glorious gardens overlooking the Thames in Berkshire.
The only surviving residence of poet & parliamentarian, John Milton - and the place where he completed his epic masterpiece, Paradise Lost.
Kew Little Pigs farm in Amersham is a dedicated miniature pig experience set away from the hustle-bustle of busy lives.
Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create this timeless landscape.
Flower Farm * Floristry * PYO Flowers
Escape the City to the Chilterns: a Weekend Cycling Adventure. 17th/18th Aug, 14th/15th Sept.
Luxury private chauffeur tours for the discerning.
Come with me into the depths of Midsomer County for a private tour of favourite locations from this blood thirsty T.V. show.
Claydon’s incredible Courtyard is the bustling heart of the Estate.
Descend into the darkness to uncover the top secret history beneath Daws Hill in Buckinghamshire
Experience the beautiful Chilterns area in a different way with a chauffeured trike tour.
At Pipsticks Walks we share our passion for the Chilterns to give you a unique and inspiring walking experience - more than just walk!
Take a tour around Milton Keynes' microbrewery where you can taste and learn about a variety of different beers.
The Colne Valley Regional Park visitor centre has up-to-date leaflets on walks, events, activities and places to visit across the region.
Advancing excellence in Equine Care
Award winning charity offering specialised gardening activities to help those with mental health needs in their continuing recovery.
Waddesdon Greenway is a safe, accessible 4km path linking Aylesbury to Waddesdon.
Find out what's happening in Buckinghamshire by searching our fantastic directory of Family Activities.
Visit one of Britain's finest 18th Century hidden gems...
Peter Aldington's three village houses (The Turn, Middle Turn, Turn End) in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire...
Come and explore Wendover Woods.
A series of walks that follow the Misbourne Stream for those with a particular interest in history, geology and archaeology.
Roman, Saxon, Norman: 2000 years of history, a unique ensemble of medieval wall paintings, a 'Time Traveller's Treat'.
At the birthplace of the Paralympics, learn about how it all began with the inspirational story of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann.
Step inside the family home of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford and explore nearly 500 years of one family's history.
Pass through beautiful scenery and attractive villages on this 10 mile linear walk through the Chilterns.
A local museum with collections from the furniture industry and local history.
A trail featuring some wonderful artworks, impressive birds of prey, railway heritage and magnificent views of Chiltern Hills.
A guided cycle ride in the English countryside, visiting places of historical interest and enjoying a cream tea at a local vineyard.
Collection of objects and photographs illustrating Chesham's history and especially its various industries.
A visit to Woburn Abbey includes the spectacular drive through the extensive deer park.
Go on an adventure deep under the hills at the Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe.
The Chiltern Society is the only registered charity exclusively dedicated to conserving, celebrating & caring for the Chilterns landscape.
Bring the Gruffalo and other characters to life with a Gruffalo Spotters trail and exciting augmented reality app.
Guided Walking Tour of 'Henley's History and it's Midsomer Murders Locations.'
Chiltern Rangers is a social enterprise working with volunteers to maintain the beauty of the Chiltern woodlands and nature reserves.
We are a modest museum affiliated to the Association of Independent Museums but an independent registered charity.
40-minute return boat trips.
Stroll through 28 acres of award-winning, beautiful, historic gardens.
Photography Lessons in Rural Buckinghamshire
Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli and secret map making base during the Second World War
Discover a brand new visitor attraction opening Spring 2019 at Silverstone, the home of British motor racing.
A section of the Buckingham has been restored and is a great place to visit.
Created so that you can not only visit Stoke Mandeville, the birthplace of the Paralympic movement, but also explore Bucks.
There is so much to explore in beautiful Buckinghamshire, from nature trails and rolling hills to canals and cycle paths. Dive in and see!
Bucks is blessed with more National Trust properties than any other county, making it the perfect backdrop for long Summer walks.
Did you know that Buckinghamshire is blessed with more National Trust properties than any other county in England?
Explore Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns with our family friendly walks and days out.
Our favourite snowy Bucks photos from this week!
Amongst the hustle and bustle of present buying take a break and enjoy the festivities in Buckinghamshire.
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