Places to visit
Ascott House Home Page
Website for Ascott House near Wing. This is a National. Trust property, and was formerly owned by the Rothschild family.

Beckonscot Model Village
Home page of the famous Model Village at Beaconsfield

Bletchley Park Home Page
Bletchley Park was the home of British Intelligence during the second world war, and it was here that the famous German Enigma code was broken, using some of the earliest computers. These excellent pages give many details on the history of Bletchley Park and the work which was carried out there.

Bradwell Abbey - Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre
Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre studying urban geography and new city planning, and managing the heritage of Bradwell Abbey

Museums on the Internet

The Chiltern Open Air Museum
The Chiltern Open Air Museum is a museum of historic buildings set in the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) near Chalfont St.Giles in Buckinghamshire.

Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway

Cowper & Newton Museum
Home page of the Cowper & Newton Museum situated at the centre of the village of Olney

National Trust - Buckinghamshire
Official National Trust Page, giving details of the properties in the county along with opening times, locations and facilities.

Quainton Railway Centre
Home Page for the Quainton Railway Centre.

Stowe House
Stowe House is one of the great Buckinghamshire houses, and is now a private school. The site has lots of details of the house, gardens & parks, school etc. with many photos and pictures.

Waddesdon Manor

Wycombe Museum
Wycombe Local History and Chair Museum