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Places to visit in and around Buckingham
Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit

Historic racing circuit and home to the British Grand Prix which takes place annually, usually in July. Silverstone’s packed programme includes many other motor related events, many of which offer free admission. They also have a programme of corporate days, vintage and veteran car events and much more.

Stowe Landscape Gardens

One of the first and finest landscape gardens in Europe, located only 2 miles from the centre of Buckingham and now managed by the National Trust. You can wander through Stowe’s green valleys and vistas which are set with lakes, monuments and temples. And an ideal venue for your special wedding.

Bletchley Park - Home of the Enigma Machine

The world's first programmable computer and other technologies we take for granted today were initiated at Bletchley Park. During WW2 the German armed forces top secret codes were broken at Bletchley Park, providing the allies with vital infomation towards their war effort. A fascinating day out.


Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum

Housed in a restored cornmill in the picturesque village of Stoke Bruerne on the Grand Union Canal, the museum collection vividly portrays the heritage of 200 years of inland waterways. Walk up to the extremely long Blisworth tunnel along the canal.


Bicester Designer Village

Shopping outlet, built in a traditional New England style and home to over 50 designer and famous brand name shops. Bicester Village outlet shopping for Bond Street quality at bargain prices.


Warwick Castle

The finest medieval castle in Britain. The home of the de Newburghs, de Beauchamps, Plantagenets, Richard Neville, the 'Kingmaker', the Dudleys and the Grevilles, Warwick Castle has rightly been described as the finest Medieval castle in England. Highly recommended for a good day out.

Blenhiem Palace

Home to the Dukes of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Blenheim Palace is one of the few privately owned historic houses entitled to have the word "Palace" as its suffix and, though an extremely large building, not quite the largest.


Waddesdon Manor

Rothschild Mansion with its many exquisite collections of priceless works of art and furniture.

Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, creator of Waddesdon, loved France and French art. Much of this building has been transported from old French chateaus. A visit here is a must.


The Cotswolds

Charming villages and countryside, considered by many to be the essence of traditional England. Bourton on the water is one such village and is often referred to as "the Venice of the Cotswolds". This area of England is worth much of your time.



The birthplace of Shakespeare and home of the British National Theatre. In Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, adjoining the modern Shakespeare Centre where exhibitions, conferences and lectures are held. A beautiful town with much to see and do.


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