Castles monuments in Buckinghamshire
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Castles & Ancient Monuments in Buckinghamshire

Heritage sites also including Battlefield sites, Historic Landmarks & Roman Forts in Buckinghamshire...

Buckinghamshire Ancient Monuments, Castles, Roman Forts, Battlefield Sites, etc

Boarstall Tower

Boarstall, nr Aylesbury, HP18 9UX
Tel: 01844 239339     E-mail:

Boarstall Tower Photo © Colin Bates
Boarstall Tower - Photo: Colin Bates CCL


14th-century moated gatehouse and gardens. The superb gatehouse is what remains of Boarstall House (demolished 1778). It was built by John de Haudlo in 1312, both as defence for his house and as an expression of his status.

Although updated in 1615 for use as a banqueting pavilion or hunting lodge, and to reflect the latest taste, it retained its medieval belfry, crossloops and crenulations. The exterior and many rooms remain virtually unchanged from that time.

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The Mill

Tel: 01296 655306 | 655402     Web:

Quainton Windmill © Photo: Alan Murray-Rust
Quainton Windmill - Photo: Alan Murray-Rust CCL


The Mill is situated at the top of the green in the village of Quainton, about 6 miles NW of Aylesbury. The Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is also located in Quainton, in addition, Claydon House and Waddesdon Manor,
National Trust Properties are situated nearby.

This brick tower windmill was built between 1830-1832 and is the tallest windmill in Buckinghamshire. It has now been restored to work as a mill and producing stone –ground flour from Hereward wheat grown on a farm in the village. This flour can be bought at the mill or in our local village shop.

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Pitstone Windmill

vinghoe, Buckinghamshire
Tel: 01442 851227     E-mail:

Pitstone Windmill Photo © Rob Farrow
Pitstone Windmill - Photo: Rob Farrow CCL


Example of the earliest form of windmill.

One of the oldest postmills in Britain, dating from 1627 and restored entirely by volunteers..Group organisers contact David Goseltine, Holland Cottage, Whipsnade, Dunstable, Beds LU6 2LG (tel. 01582 872303).

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