Set in historic Castle
Hill and surrounded by attractive gardens,
Wycombe Museum offers a fascinating tour of
this important area and pays homage to the
region’s most famous industry, the manufacture
Busy and partly industrial, High Wycombe itself boasts an 18th century town hall, 17th century market house and a 13th century church.
The mansion ‘Wycombe Abbey’ was built by James Wyatt in 1795. Nearby is Hughenden Manor, the modest Georgian retreat of the Victorian British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. The property is now in the hands of the National Trust.