Tourist Attractions etc in Buckinghamshire
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Buckinghamshire Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions in & around the area of Buckinghamshire...







Buckinghamshire Tourist Attractions

 
blank tabBEKONSCOT MODEL VILLAGETourist Attraction
Warwick Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks, HP9 2PL


There's fun and fascination for everyone in this dainty and delightful world created in 1929. Six charming villages, which are linked by a Gauge I model railway and the 7.25” Bekonscot Light Railway, runs short trips to its newest garden at weekends & Bank Holidays. Open everyday until October 30th 2016, 10am-5pm. Please see our website for further information.
Tel: 01494 672919
E-mail: info@bekonscot.co.uk
See our website

blank tabBOJANGLES CREATIVE CAFETourist Attraction
29 Hill Avenue, Amersham On The Hill, Bucks, HP6 5BX


Located in Amersham, Bojangles Creative Cafe houses paint your own pottery studio in a relaxed, caf é-like atmosphere where people of all ages enjoy painting on ceramics, as well as personalised items. The studio has over 300 types of pottery to paint…plates, bowls, mugs, teapots, vases, with lots of cool designs for kids! Our studio offers a very bright and colourful environment for your creative experience, spend quiet time alone, quality time with your family or relaxing social time with friends. Your pottery is then professionally glazed and fired by us ready for your collection in a few days.
Tel: 01494 434346See our website

St. Tiggywinkles

The Wildlife Hospital Trust, Aston Road, Haddenham, Bucks, HP17 8AF
Tel: 01844 292292    Fax: 01844 292640    E-mail: mail@sttiggywinkles.org.uk

All the residents in the Visitor Centre are permanent due to disability and would not survive if released back to the wild, therefore they are very happy to live their lives in the safe, supervised surroundings of the hospital grounds. The hedgehog memorabilia museum is a mass of hedgehog history viewing the many way in which hedgehogs have influenced us over the years from Egyptian time to present day.

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