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  1. Aylesbury é a sede do condado de Buckinghamshire na região sudeste da Inglaterra. No censo de 2001, possuía uma população de 65.173 habitantes. A cidade faz parte da região metropolitana de Londres .

    • Buckinghamshire County Museum
    • Market Square
    • Waddesdon Manor
    • Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
    • The Chilterns
    • Coombe Hill
    • Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery
    • Waterside Theatre
    • Grand Union Canal
    • St Mary The Virgin’s Church

    This museum explores many strands of Buckinghamshire’s human and natural history, and is housed in a row of beautiful flat-fronted buildings on Church Street. The oldest portion of the complex is a timber-framed guildhall from the 16th-century, with rare murals intact. The museum has exhibitions for archaeology, industrial history, textiles, agricu...

    This long, rectangular square in the heart of Aylesbury has fine buildings and interesting pockets of history all around. On the southeast end, beside the striking Corn Exchange is the Aylesbury Crown Court, which shut its doors for the last time in 2018. This Palladian building was completed in 1740, and in 1963 was where the culprits of the Great...

    A miniature Château de Chambord in the Aylesbury Vale, Waddesdon Manor is a neo-Renaissance mansion built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild between 1874 and 1889. In 1957 the estate was bequeathed to the National Trust by his great-nephew James de Rothschild and was named Large Visitor Attraction of the Year by “Visit England” in 2017. Baron Ferdin...

    A few miles into the rolling countryside at Quanton Road Railway Station, the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is a steam locomotive museum that opens for Steaming and Static Days. Steaming Days are Sundays and also Wednesdays during school holidays, when you can take a ride on full-sized steam train along 500 metres of track. There are also miniatur...

    East and south of Aylesbury is the chalk escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, cutting diagonally across the countryside for almost 50 miles. The range is conserved as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers scenic and occasionally stiff bike trails and walking paths. You could head up to hike a section of the Ridgeway, a National Trail follow...

    The highest and maybe the best viewpoint in the Chilterns is a few short miles south at Coombe Hill. This patch of “Chilterns Countryside” was once on land owned by Chequers, the country residence for the Prime Minister. You can see the triangular gables of this magnificent Tudor mansion to the southwest of the summit. A popular local walk, Coombe ...

    In a handsome former coach house, the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery harnesses the much-loved author’s books and characters for educational exhibits about literature, history and science. The museum is especially immersive for kids, as the exhibits feature art by Quentin Blake, who produced the illustrations for Roald Dahl’s books. Children can disc...

    The marvellous 1,200-seater Waterside Theatre opened in 2010, with a design evoking the rolling Chiltern Hills. Set on the Grand Union Canal, the venue had been in the pipeline for nearly a decade and came at a cost of £47 million. This comes with state-of-the-art acoustics that can be adjusted according to the event. Every taste is catered for at ...

    When the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal opened in 1814 it brought heavy industry to the town for the first time. There had been a plan to extend the Grand Union Canal through to the Kennet & Avon Canal to the south. This would have created an enormous network across the West to Bristol, but this was never realised because of a lack of water...

    On the west shoulder of the town centre in an atmospheric graveyard ringed with historic houses, the parish church is a Grade I-listed building. The site is believed to go back to Anglo-Saxon times, although the present church is rooted in the early 13th century. St Mary’s is a prominent landmark in Aylesbury, with a fine clock tower that you can s...

  2. Os melhores pontos turísticos em Aylesbury, Inglaterra. O que fazer: Aylesbury. Explore experiências badaladas. Confira o que outros viajantes gostam de fazer, de acordo com as pontuações e o número de reservas. Veja tudo. Locais históricos (5) Fazendas (3) Natureza e vida selvagem (5) Museus especializados (3) Cervejarias (4)

  3. Pergunte a qualquer um fora de Buckinghamshire onde Aylesbury está e você provavelmente se deparará com um olhar vazio ou um arranhão na cabeça. . Situado no meio da Inglaterra, Aylesbury é mais do que apenas quilômetros do mar. Leia sobre todas as aventuras que você pode ter em Aylesbury King's Head No centro da cidade fica King's Head, uma antiga casa de treinamento que remonta a 1455.

  4. Os melhores pontos turísticos em Aylesbury, Inglaterra. O que fazer em Aylesbury. Explore experiências populares. Veja o que outros viajantes gostam de fazer, com base nas classificações e no número de reservas. Ver tudo. Locais históricos (5) Zonas de esqui e snowboard (5) Quintas (3) Museus especializados (3)

  5. Aylesbury é a sede do condado de Buckinghamshire na região sudeste da Inglaterra. No censo de 2001, possuía uma população de 65.173 habitantes. A cidade faz parte da região metropolitana de Londres. aylesburytowncouncil.gov.uk. Wikivoyage. Wikipédia. Foto: Winstainforth, CC BY-SA 3.0. Foto: Matthew Smith, CC BY-SA 2.0.

  6. 2 The Queens Head, 1 Temple St, Aylesbury HP20 2QA, ☏ +44 1296 415 484. S-Th Noon-11PM, F Sa Noon-2AM. (updated Dec 2022) Aylesbury also has a number of excellent pubs selling locally brewed beer including 3 The Hop Pole (Pub), 83 Bicester Rd, Aylesbury HP19 9AZ, ☏ +44 1296 482129.