Best places to visit in buckinghamshire

5 Best Places to Visit in Buckinghamshire

You can't go a mile in this county without coming across a notable country house, and many of them are owned by the National Trust or English Heritage and hence open to visitors: The list continues on and on: Cliveden, Waddesdon Manor, Hughenden Manor, Stowe House, and so on.

The Chiltern Range in the south offers challenging climbs with stirring lookouts atop Ivinghoe Beacon and Coombe Hill. In contrast, the north of the county is primarily arable farmland and tiny villages in gentle terrain.

Let’s explore the best places to visit in Buckinghamshire:

1. Princes Risborough

The small county town of Princes Risborough is located on the pre-Roman Upper Icknield Way, which runs between the Vale of Aylesbury and the Western Escarpment of the Chiltern Hills.

Following a restoration initiative in 2003, the town is once again dominated by the Whiteleaf Cross. This chalk hill carving can be seen for miles on the approaches to the city. The Ridgeway National Trail runs close, and there are great views of the Vale of Aylesbury from the top. The town itself is well-served with a diverse range of stores, cafes, and pubs, many of which are independent, as well as a weekly street market with a good mix of stalls to browse.

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2. Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes, a "new town" founded in the 1960s, differs from the other places on this list in that its allure is not based on its distant history, scenery, or architecture.

Instead, Milton Keynes is a fascinating episode in the history of the twentieth century.

Bletchley Park, located southeast of town, British codebreakers like Alan Turning decrypted the Lorenz and Enigma cyphers during WWII.

3. Aylesbury

The county town of Buckinghamshire boasts a magnificent Georgian centre, with timber Tudor and Jacobean homes are strewn about.

The King's Head Coaching Inn, a historic pub with a cobblestone courtyard where horses were previously stabled, is one.

In Amersham, a market is still held four days a week in front of the County Court, built-in 1740. So don't worry about Chilterns while you're in Aylesbury.

4. Buckingham

Buckingham was a significant village in Anglo-Saxon times, and King Alfred the Great granted it county town status in the 900s.

Buckingham was devastated by fire in 1725, and the rebuilding resulted in the exquisite Georgian streetscapes that we see today.

The Old Goal, which dates from the 18th century and resembles a castle due to its charming gothic revival architecture, is located right on the main street.

Inside, there's a small museum about Buckingham that also depicts some of the people that were imprisoned here in the 1700s and 1800s.

5. High Wycombe

High Wycombe, set in a steep valley in the Chilterns, is a pleasant town with a market on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. The pedestrianised high street, primarily Georgian, is home to some of the most stunning architecture.

Look for the Pepper Pot, an arcaded market hall constructed by the brilliant 18th-century architect Robert Adam, as well as the magnificent Guildhall, which dates from 1757 and is similarly arcaded. Hughenden Manor, a large red-brick palace on the northern suburbs of High Wycombe, was the home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli in the nineteenth century.

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