This is a region at the heart of art!
Buckinghamshire has been a magnet through the decades for artistic talent.
A Little Bird Told Me Gallery
A Little Bird Told Me Gallery was launched in 2009 and are authorised dealers in limited edition prints by Quentin Blake. The gallery supports and showcases the work of both established and emerging independent artists.
Aces High Aviation Gallery
Aces High Aviation Gallery is the world’s largest retailer of Aviation and Military fine art. The gallery is staffed by a friendly, knowledgeable team who are delighted to welcome history enthusiasts and collectors to browse the range.
Amersham Museum is an award-winning museum located in a 15th century building with a collection spanning 2,000 years of local history. There are hands-on activities and a packed programme of activities and events.
ARTfull is a fantastic art gallery located in the heart of Milton Keynes. The gallery offers a wide range of contemporary exclusive and collectable limited edition artwork, innovative ceramics and stunning sculpture.
Ascott is a half-timbered Jacobean farmhouse, transformed by the de Rothschilds towards the end of the 19th century, it now houses an exceptional collection of paintings, fine furniture and superb oriental porcelain.
Found in the heart of Aylesbury, a stone’s throw away from the town’s Market Square, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre boasts the best in entertainment from spine-tingling drama to dynamic dance, opera to side-splitting comedy.
Bekonscot Model Village
Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest and original model village. With over 80 years of history, huge model railway, well kept gardens and finely detailed model buildings, it is a great day out for everyone!
Boarstall Tower is a 14th century moated gatehouse, built by John de Haudlo and once part of a fortified manor house, set in beautiful gardens. Visitors can discover seven centuries of history on one of the guided tours.
Buckingham Chantry Chapel
Tucked away in a cosy corner of the market square, discover Buckingham Chantry Chapel, the oldest building in Buckingham. While away the time in this tranquil setting with a good book and a delicious locally made snacks.
Buckingham Old Gaol Museum
The Old Gaol Museum tells the story of Buckingham and rural life, including the Flora Thompson Collection and Buckinghamshire Military Trust exhibits. A number of the original cells form part of the visitor’s experience.
Bucks County Museum
Bucks County Museum in the heart of historic Aylesbury is a fascinating place to visit for all ages. Discover the county’s natural and cultural heritage together with an exciting programme of changing exhibitions and events.
Bucks Open Studios
Bucks Open Studios is the largest visual arts event in the county. In June every year over 500 artists and makers, in over 200 different venues across Buckinghamshire, open their studios and run exhibitions and events for the public.
Cheese Makers Market
Once a year Premier Cheese together with La Cave to host the Cheese Makers Market. Where members of the public and professionals alike can see, taste and buy some of the wonderful cheeses produced in the UK and Europe.
Chenies Manor House
Chenies Manor House is a historic and enchanting Tudor manor house Grade 1 listed building, with its award-winning gardens, is set in the charming estate village of Chenies in Buckinghamshire overlooking the Chess valley.
Set in the idyllic Chiltern Hills, Chilfest has grown in popularity year on year. A galaxy of music stars have graced the custom-built arena, including The Human League, UB40, Sister Sledge, Tony Hadley, Rick Astley and many more!
Chiltern Open Air Museum
Chiltern Open Air Museum is a beautiful open air museum with an outstanding collection of historic buildings and a working traditional farm. The museum rescues threatened historic buildings, rebuilds and then preserves them.
In the 1750s Ralph Verney set out to create a country house of extraordinary grandeur, 30 years on he was facing financial ruin. Today the interiors that remain are among the most ambitious ever created in the 18th century.
Set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age. Follow in the footsteps of royalty as you explore the series of gardens.
Cowper & Newton Museum
The Cowper & Newton Museum is based in the house where one of England’s favourite poets William Cowper lived for 20 years, enjoy his garden and imagine domestic life as he experienced it in late-Georgian times.
Electric Daisy Carnival
Electric Daisy Carnival is an all-encompassing carnival for the 21st century. From rides and performers to mind-blowing, fireworks and art installations to cutting-edge sound and special effects, you’ll be immersed in another world.
Fillingdon Fine Art
A far cry from city galleries, Fillingdon Fine Art is a relaxed, calm and aesthetically pleasing environment. Rural fields provide plenty of parking; refreshments are offered, and all ages are welcome to linger and enjoy the art.
Fingest Great Barn Opera
Fingest Great Barn with it’s soaring beams and rafters provides a superb backdrop for Diva Opera’s performances and has wonderful acoustics. The barn is situated less than 10 miles from Marlow and High Wycome.
Garsington Opera gives performances of great artistic quality in a setting of extraordinary natural beauty. Performances take place in the spectacular Opera Pavilion, set within the rolling landscape of the Chiltern Hills.
Hartwell House Gardens
Hartwell House stands within 90 acres of gardens and parkland. The formal garden was laid out, at the start of the 18th century with allées and garden buildings: temples, columns, an obelisk, garden statuary and canals.
The Hellfire Caves is a network of man-made chalk and flint caverns that extend a quarter of a mile underground. Long winding passages lead deep underground, through the great Banqueting Hall and past various chambers.
Hughenden Manor offers an insight into the charismatic personality and private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. You can browse among an extraordinary collection of personal memorabilia.
Let’s Rock The Moor!
Let’s Rock The Moor! has been leading the way for quality, family-friendly 80s music festivals since 2009. With a fabulous line-up of artists and an action packed day of general 80s madness, there is plenty to do for everyone.
Milton Keynes Museum
Milton Keynes Museum is a fascinating outing for all ages, with more to see and do than can possibly be crammed into a single visit. Very popular with all visitors is the toy collection, Victorian schoolroom and the street of shops.
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes Theatre is the entertainment centre of excellence in the region, it offers a wide and varied programme of first class dance, drama, musicals, opera, comedy and children’s shows – perfect for all ages.
Situated in the heart of Milton Keynes the MK Gallery is one of the UK’s leading public galleries. Presenting a programme of contemporary visual art, alongside a dynamic programme of film, performance and music.
Natural History Museum at Tring
The Natural History Museum at Tring houses one of the finest collections of stuffed mammals, birds, reptiles and insects in the UK. Oddities at the museum includes hybrids and examples of abnormal coloration.
Obsidian Art hosts a rolling programme of exhibitions, some themed and some group, plus invited solo shows by some of the gallery’s favourite artists. The gallery also has an ongoing display of designer-maker craft.
PennFest offers something for everyone. As well as an impressive array of contemporary and established performers, there will be creative workshops and a global artisan market with a selection arts based stalls.
Queens Park Centre & Limelight Theatre
Queens Park Centre & Limelight Theatre is the home of the arts in Aylesbury Vale, it offers more than 70 weekly workshops in the creative and performing arts – plus specialist workshops throughout the year.
Stanley Spencer Gallery
The Stanley Spencer Gallery was first opened in 1962, three years after the artist’s death. The gallery is run completely by volunteers and has a wonderful collection of more than 100 of his paintings and drawings.
The scale and beauty of Stowe have attracted visitors for over 300 years. Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create a timeless landscape, reflecting the changing seasons.
The Comedy Cow
The Comedy Cow brings the best in stand-up comedy to Milton Keynes within the Red Dot Bar. It provides a stylish setting in which to enjoy comedy sat at tables. The Comedy Cow aims bring a wide variety of comedy to the club.
The Elgiva Theatre
The Elgiva Theatre presents a wide-ranging programme of professional and amateur productions, top comedy, musicals, ballet/dance, one night shows, a professional pantomime, an eclectic range of movies and exhibitions.
The National Museum of Computing
The National Museum of Computing houses the world’s largest collection of functional historic computers, including the rebuilt Colossus, the world’s first electronic computer, and the WITCH, the oldest working digital computer.
If you’re in the mood for live music why not hop on train for the superstar acts? Wembley Stadium is only around 45 minutes away, on the outskirts of London, this huge stadium puts on amazing acts for everyone to enjoy.
West Wycombe Park
West Wycombe Park is one of the most theatrical and Italianate of all English country houses. Explore the village and then make your way up West Wycombe Hill for breathtaking views over the surrounding Chilterns countryside.
Wycombe Museum explores the history of Wycombe and its surrounding areas through nine hands-on galleries. Famous for its chair collection, the museum has all new exhibitions, an art gallery and 1920s kitchen.
Nestled in the heart of Wycombe is one of the leading theatres in the UK. The Wycombe Swan presents a varied programme of exceptional performances throughout the year featuring the finest companies and performers.