The best things to do in Buckinghamshire

Known for its beautiful countryside, the county of Buckinghamshire with its enchanting villages and magnificent country houses is right on London’s doorstep. Buckinghamshire has so much to offer, so it’s easy to get around and to be blown away. For things to do in Aylesbury or Milton Keynes browse our pick at the bottom of the page. Many of Buckinghamshire’s tourist attractions are open all year round, so browse our Buckinghamshire guide to find out how to have some explorative days out with miles of footpaths rambling through beech-wood forests, because it’s all about being active.


If you are alone, then you should find an escort agency and hire a girl to keep you company, and she can also take you to places you probably don’t know, as they know the area very well. In case you do not have companions these days it is easy to hire an escort for events, so request this type of services and you’ll surely have fun, with a smart and beautiful girl. Visitors without a partner do it all the time as England has escorts all over the place :


  1. Woburn Abbey / Priory, Woburn

All attractions are included, and we recommend the Great Woburn Railway where you’ll have lots of fun for all the family. Discover Woburn at Woburn Safari Park with a family experience from the safety of your own car alongside white rhino, giraffe or Siberian tigers. Built on the site of a Cistercian Monastery, the Abbey was given to the 1st Earl of Bedford and was rebuilt during the 17th century by Henry Flitcroft, housing one of the greatest private art collections that there is.


  1. Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf, Milton Keynes

Perhaps the wildest is the UV room with immersive underwater décor and deep sea trails, but afterwards you can tuck into a meal at the onsite cafe. Join Mr Mulligan’s indoor venue with UV lights and strange beasts for seriously crazy golf, where whoever dares wins, so you’ll have to be brave to get to the end.


  1. Beverley Glock Cookery School, Princes Risborough

Adult classes are held in with 4-6 adults, but Beverley encourages children as well to learn where food comes from, how it’s transformed into the one we eat whilst building in the maths and history as part of the fun. Beverley is a food writer, author of 4 recipe books, hosting chef’s stage for various food festivals and founder of Splat Cooking Parties, runing classes for adults and children (school holidays). The school is equipped with induction hobs, the garden slopes up to the mill pond all of Beverley’s recipes include AGA instructions.


  1. Chiddlers’ hour: Family Fun 14th Dec 2018

Organized at The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, the accompanying adults do not need to pay, and don’t need to purchase the Museum Entry either. From £3.00 for for 0 to 3 year olds, there will be Christmas songs and play based on Roald Dahl’s books, from 10.30am to 11.30am.


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