What you need to know before traveling to Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is a county in southeastern England. The town of Aylesbury houses the Buckinghamshire County Museum, where you can immerse yourself in Buckinghamshire culture while viewing displays relating to the geological history of the county as well as displays relating to the area’s industries and agricultural practices. Another of the interesting Buckinghamshire sights in Aylesbury is the King’s Head Inn. The oldest parts of the Inn are the cellars, which date to the 13th century, while other parts date to the 15th century; the Inn is a very popular tourist and cultural attraction, though it also still serves as a regular pub. Among one of the most interesting Buckinghamshire attractions is Bletchley Park, an estate used during World War II for code breaking activities; today, it is a museum.

If you’re spending a weekend in Buckinghamshire, you should definitely consider visiting Buckingham Chantry Chapel, dating to the 15th century, in the town of Buckingham. Buckingham is also a great place to do some of your Buckinghamshire shopping, thanks to its quaint local shops. For those interested in the great outdoors there are a variety of things to do in Buckinghamshire. You can visit Coombe Hills, part of the Chilterns, and admire its diverse flora and fauna, or the West Wycombe Caves, also located in the Chiltern Hills. There are a number of websites concerning tourism in Buckinghamshire and you should do some reading before your visit. Buckinghamshire hotels, furthermore, can be looked up on EasyToBook.com.


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