What are the bucket list spots essential to see and do in our fine county?

There is obviously the beautiful Chiltern Hills but there are also other other fantastic places to visit in Buckinghamshire aside from that.

Buckinghamshire, located in the South East of England, offers a mix of historical sites, natural beauty, and cultural attractions.

Here are 10 places in Buckinghamshire that people may find interesting to visit:

Waddesdon Manor

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This stunning French Renaissance-style chateau was built in the late 19th century and is surrounded by beautiful gardens.

It houses an impressive collection of art and is managed by the National Trust.

Bletchley Park

Known for its role in World War II codebreaking, Bletchley Park is a fascinating historical site.

Visitors can explore the museum, see the Enigma machine, and learn about the achievements of the codebreakers.

Chiltern Hills

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A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Chiltern Hills offer picturesque landscapes, walking trails, and charming villages. It's a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

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Located in Great Missenden, this museum celebrates the life and works of the beloved children's author, Roald Dahl.

It's a family-friendly destination with interactive exhibits.

Hughenden Manor

The former home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Hughenden Manor is a Victorian mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens.

Visitors can explore the house and learn about its history.

Hellfire Caves

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An intriguing network of caves and tunnels near High Wycombe, the Hellfire Caves have a fascinating history associated with the notorious Hellfire Club.

Guided tours provide insight into their mysterious past.

Stowe House and Gardens

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Stowe House is a magnificent 18th-century mansion surrounded by landscaped gardens and lakes.

The gardens are known for their beauty and are open to the public.

Cliveden House

Set in a stunning estate, Cliveden House is a historic mansion known for its gardens and river views.

It has a rich history and has hosted many notable figures over the years.

Wendover Woods

A large forest area with walking and cycling trails, Wendover Woods is perfect for outdoor activities.

It offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Amersham Old Town

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This charming market town has a well-preserved medieval and Georgian architecture. Visitors can stroll through its quaint streets, explore local shops, and enjoy the historic atmosphere.

These places offer a mix of history, natural beauty, and cultural experiences, making Buckinghamshire a diverse and interesting destination to explore.