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a Historic Market Town in the county of Buckinghamshire

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Said to have been founded by 'Bucca' leader of the first Anglo Saxon settlers during the 7th century AD, and declared the county town of Buckinghamshire during the year 888 by Alfred the Great, the wonderful market town of Buckingham has a wonderful history and is a great place to explore or base yourself when exploring the wider area.

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Willen Lake, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

Milton Keynes (46 Pictures)

in the county of Buckinghamshire

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction E of Buckingham)

Of interest to visitors to the town is Milton Keynes Museum, this preserves the history of the town and its area from the early 19th century through to the present day...

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Stoke Bruerne (38 Pictures)

a Picturesque Village in the county of Northamptonshire

(10.4 miles, 16.8 km, direction N of Buckingham)

Lying just south of Northampton this beautiful canal village offers a wealth of interest to any boating enthusiast or any country lover...

Sulgrave - home of George Washington's ancesters

Sulgrave (2 Pictures)

in the county of Northamptonshire

(11.0 miles, 17.7 km, direction NW of Buckingham)

USA President George Washington's ancestral home in England...

Woburn Deer Park, Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire. August 2006

Woburn (30 Pictures)

in the county of Bedfordshire

(15.7 miles, 25.2 km, direction E of Buckingham)

The picturesque village of Woburn has an mixture of delightful old cottages and the magnificent Woburn Abbey...

Olney, Buckinghamshire

Olney (62 Pictures)

a Historic Market Town in the county of Buckinghamshire

(16.3 miles, 26.1 km, direction NE of Buckingham)

Amongst other things the small town of Olney in Buckinghamshire is famous for its hymns - Amazing Grace was one of the so-called Olney Hymns written by the rector John Newton, and William Cowper, the poet...

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The Old Gaol Museum, Buckingham

The Old Gaol Museum (8 Pictures)

(0.1 miles, 0.1 km)

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Claydon House in Middle Claydon, nr Buckingham, Buckinghamshire.

Claydon House (5 Pictures)

(5.6 miles, 8.9 km, direction S)

Claydon House was built by the 2nd Earl Verney in the middle of the 18th-century, on land which had belonged to his family since.....

Quainton Windmill and Stone cross, Quainton, Buckinghamshire.

Quainton Windmill (8 Pictures)

(9.0 miles, 14.5 km, direction S)

The Tallest Windmill in Buckinghamshire..

Quainton Railway Museum, Quainton, Near Aylesbury, Bucks.

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre (9 Pictures)

(9.7 miles, 15.5 km, direction S)

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A picture of Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park (18 Pictures)

(10.4 miles, 16.7 km, direction E)

Also referred to as Station-X, Bletchley Park was the top-secret wartime base of Allied code breakers, such as Alan Turing and.....

Sulgrave Manor, Northamptonshire. Ancestral home of George Washington's family

Sulgrave Manor (1 Pictures)

(10.8 miles, 17.4 km, direction NW)

This delightful Tudor house is the very epitome of the comfortable English country home, and yet it embodies all that is best of.....

Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

Waddesdon Manor (92 Pictures)

(11.1 miles, 17.8 km, direction S)

Creator of Waddesdon, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, who was a great fan of France and its arts, together with his french.....


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