There's plenty to see and do in Buckinghamshire. Our Buckinghamshire Travel Guide will help you find the way whilst on tour
Buckinghamshire is a very attractive areas and it is a natural environment with a wealth of cultural and historical places of interest. The attractions and things to do in this area are diverse in character. This is a great area for people who enjoy the great outdoors with many opportunities for cycling, walking, wildlife watching and also watersports.
When it rains boredom need not set in, as there is a vast choice of indoor activities to choose from in Buckinghamshire.
For adventurous people there is iFly which offers indoor skydiving. This facility will allow you to soar like a bird in the twelve feet diameter diving tunnel and the winds can reach up to 165mph.
Big Rock offers an indoor climbing wall which can be used by all abilities.
There is plenty to cater for the keen historian and one of these attractions is Bletchley Park, which is an important historical site. This facility is the home of codebreaking in Britain and it is the birthplace of modern day information technology.
For train enthusiasts there is the Buckinghamshire railway centre which offers a fun day out for all the family. This facility offers steam train rides, miniature railway, railway museum and also a visitor centre complete with a café.
The Cowper and Newton museum is another historical attraction that is worth visiting. This museum is the house where the poets William Cowper lived for twenty years. This museum will give you an insight into the domestic life as he experienced during late Georgian times. You can take a walk around the garden and look at the summer house where he wrote and used to meet with his neighbour John Newton who was a former slave trader and preacher.
There is a lot of choice when it comes to walk in and around Buckinghamshire and there is also a good variety of shops available.
Chiltern Brewery is well worth a visit and they offer tours of the brewery and a chance to purchase some of their produce. This brewery is one of the oldest and the brewing process is similar to the old fashioned methods that were used.
Rebellion Beer Company is another brewery that is well worth a visit.
Adrenaline junkies may want to explore Formula Fast Indoor Karting which is home to one of the largest indoor circuits in the UK.
After a busy day perhaps you want to relax and enjoy a bit of pampering if so then Danesfield House Spa is a place that is worth a visit. This spa offers a luxurious world of wellbeing where you can unwind and relax in the tranquil surroundings and indulge in a range of body and facial treatments.
There is a lot of lovely walks around Buckinghamshire and there is something to suit all abilities.
There is a wide range of museums in this area which are free to visit and there is something to suit all interests.
The national trust has a number of properties in the area, which are worth a visit.
The village of Bradenham is home to a network of paths which can be used by walkers and these will take you through a beech woods and farmland hills.
For people who enjoy cycling there is a lot of England cycle routes which cover Buckinghamshire. The popular television program Midsomer Murders is filmed in this area and there many trails that you can follow based on the program.
Windsor Great Park is a large 5,000 acre deer park and a number of the walking paths run through this park or if you prefer a shorter walk there is public access points at various locations around the perimeter of the park.
Enjoy a picnic in Black Park Country Park as this park is home to grassland, woodland and heathland. There is also a lake at the centre of this park. This area is great for strolling and orienteering. There is a great woodland playground for children and a café.
There is a lot of family friendly attractions within the Buckinghamshire area.
Bucks County Museum is worth a visit as it is home to a massive collection of objects that have been gathered from the local area over the past one hundred and fifty years. The collection includes a range of coins, costumes, archaeology, art, plants, geology and wildlife. There is a lot of information that is linked to the collection. The museum is also home to the Roald Dahl children’s gallery. The national museum of computing is a great way to learn about the computing progress over the past seventy years.
Tiggywinkles is an interesting attraction for people who have an interest in wildlife. This facility offers hedgehog talks, skeleton exhibition, red kit flight aviaries and a gift shop where you can purchase lovely gifts and all profits will go towards helping sick and injured wildlife.CALL 01785 878787 ORSend us an enquiry