Being located on the outskirts of London, Buckinghamshire is the home to many attractions! The top 10 things to do in Buckinghamshire range from Breweries to Legoland! Read below to find out more!
* Bekonscot Model Village & Railway: This is the world’s oldest miniature model village…See England as it used to be in the 1930’s as you walk through 6 little towns!
* Hellfire caves: Visit this network of man-made caves which span a quarter of a mile underground. The caves were formed to give local villagers a job. There is a tea room and gift shop and the caves can also be used as a filming location!
* The Rye: This is a perfect place to visit, especially when it’s sunny! The lido, with an open air pool, gym and tennis courts is one end of The Rye, with a children’s play area at the other. There is also a boating lake with pedalo’s and rowing boats available to hire.
* Wycombe Swan Theatre: Hosts shows throughout the year. Check out their website for full details! Joel Dommett, The Railway Children, Dirty Dancing and the Madness Musical are just a few events they will be hosting!
* Windsor Castle: Home to The Queen and over 900 years of history, Windsor Castle is a must-see attraction. Take a walk around the outside or book a tour to see the State apartments and St George’s Chapel.
* Legoland: With over 55 rides and attractions, Legoland is the perfect place to take your children this half term! Why not spend the night in one of the Legoland themed hotel rooms?
* Roald Dahl Museum: With storytelling sessions and drop-in craft lessons, the Roald Dahl Museum is a fun day out to visit with the kids. Located in the village where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years, this museum has won awards for the best small visitor attraction.
* Calmer Cruising Holidays: Take a ride on the ‘Sancerre’ down the river Thames. Offering spacious accommodation for up to 6 people, this is perfect for you if there are Thames-side events you wish to attend or just a luxurious break!
* Rebellion Brewery: Visit the brewery and try their beer, wine, cider and local produce. There is also a brewery shop to take home your favourite flavour!
* Bucks County Museum: Displays about the history and culture of Buckinghamshire can be found here. There are always events going on so visit their website to find out more.
Let us know which parts of Buckinghamshire you go too! If you’ve already been to Buckinghamshire or are looking for more places to visit, why not visit South Wales? Click here to find out more!