Stuck in a 1930s time warp, see England how it used to be, and discover a wonderful little world tucked away from the hustle and bustle of eveyday life.
Can’t wait to visit? Find out everything you need to know from ticket prices, opening times, food and drink, and so much more on our website.
Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest and original model village, opening for the first time in 1929. With over 80 years of history, huge model railway, 1.5 acres of well kept gardens and finely detailed model buildings Bekonscot is a great day out for everyone.
Telephone: 01494 872132
BHS approved Brawlings Farm Riding Centre offer a variety of well mannered horses and ponies for lessons, which are available to around 4 years upwards.
They can also provide riding hats and body protectors so if you don’t have all the equipment you don’t need to worry.
Jumping paddock and small cross country rides available, subject to skill level assessment.
Brawlings Farm Riding Centre Brawlings Lane Chalfont St. Peter Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire SL9 0RE
Website: http://goape.co.uk/days-out/wendover Telephone: 0843 770 4384
Set high up on the Northern crest of the Chiltern escarpment, at Go Ape Wendover Woods you can enjoy the spectacular and idyllic views and wild landscape across Aylesbury Vale from high up in the trees.
With a smattering of tree-top high wires, high ropes crossings and a wind-in-your-face zip wire, you’ll want to swing by this Tree Top Adventure in Buckinghamshire. And if you’re looking for activities and things to do in South Buckinghamshire, Go Ape really is just a stones throw away.
Opening times vary at each of our sites. We close our Go Ape courses during December and January, partly because of the winter weather and partly so we can maintain the courses to our high Go Ape standards. Opening times vary on daylight hours – some open at 8am in the summer for those really keen Gorillas! Please check availability here for full details of the opening times on your chosen date at your selected Go Ape site.
Situated in the High Street at Great Missenden, the village where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years, the Museum was created as a home for the author’s unique archive and to inspire a love of stories and creative writing in all our visitors.
You can see the list of fantabulous events and activities in the What’s on section of their website, including special archive tours.
To find out more about what’s in the Museum go to What’s in the Museum? and visit their Image gallery.