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Local Area

Explore the local landscape on our doorstep.

Explore the local landscape on our doorstep.

What's Around The Nags Head

Visit the Roald Dahl Museum, based in the village Roald Dahl lived and wrote in for 36 years. Pull a power pose next to Matilda, measure yourself against the BFG, test your sparkiness on the Spark-o-Meter and come face-to-face with Fantastic Mr Fox. Explore the Museum and try out over 40 hands-on activities in the galleries. Take a peek into Roald’s famous Writing Hut, explore the new Wondrous Woods and see if you can spot all 17 Quentin Blake illustrations in the courtyard.

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the biggest pick your own crops, available in October. In their shop discover seasonal fruit and vegetables to honey and apple juice, they have a small but perfectly formed range of Peterley products available.

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Bekonscot Model Village actually comprises seven little towns stuck in a 1930s timewarp. Each has its own character, villagers and features – from coal mines to great castles, aerodromes to farms, docks to cable cars, racecourses to escaped convicts!

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Lacey Green windmill stands on the escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, near Princes Risborough and halfway between High Wycombe and Aylesbury. Since 1971 it has been restored back to working order by members of The Chiltern Society.

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The beautiful towns and villages seen in ITV’s long-running detective series, Midsomer Murders, are real and easy to get to. Come and walk in DCI Barnaby’s footsteps, sip a pint in a traditional pub, and explore the quintessential English countryside. Guided tours available and lots of leaflets to download and enjoy!

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