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
Marlow's Midsomer Murders location trail through Marlow and the Hambleden Valley is a self-guided trail which can be done on foot, by car, by bike or on horseback! In it's 17 miles you will visit one Midsomer town and six Midsomer villages. You will quickly find yourself immersed in Midsomer and will be surrounded by iconic scenes from the show including Causton Library from 'The Black Book' where the shopping trolley containing £2 million ransom is switched; Chiltern Valley Winery which presented as a gin distillery for the episode 'The Curse of the Ninth' and Lacey's Farm where the victim was found dead in the dairy! The Two Brewers pub in Marlow has appeared twice, once in the 'Kings Crystal' and again in 'Sauce for the Goose' when the victim meets their untimely death beneath a tower of toppling relish bottles. As well as all this, along the trail you can taste fine food, sample local beer and wine, spend the night in a filming location, soak up the spectacular scenery, walk the Chiltern Hills of Midsomer or take a boat trip along the River Thames.
Pick up a copy of the trail leaflet from Marlow, High Wycombe or Princes Risborough libraries or download the booklet for yourself using the website link.