Priory Avenue, High Wycombe, Wycombe HP13 6PX Directions
Art, Workshop, Displays, Fox and Cubs Forest School, Adult and Children’s Events, Collections, School and Group Visits, Ticket Shop, Tiny Talk Time, Chair and Furniture Industry, Shops, Educational and Young Children Programs, Galleries, Wedding, Venue Hire, Exhibitions & Photographs
Wycombe Museum is a family-friendly museum that explores the history of Wycombe District, and its surrounding areas through hands-on galleries. It is situated in an 18th-century house on a medieval site and surrounded by the Victorian gardens. The house is a Grade II listed building with parts dating from the 1600s and the garden is completely great for exploring. The museum affords exhibition including the furniture industry, and especially chair-making progress at the local area. Their cafe serves several hot drinks, cakes, sandwiches, and gluten-free options. They afford free entry to the visitors.
Registration 0878 3933
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HELL FIRE CAVES
Church Lane, West Wycombe, Wycombe HP14 3AH Directions
Events, Garden Centre, Shops, Tea Room, Children's and Private Parties, Historical Place, Caves, Cafe, Shows, Group Bookings, Functions & Filming
The cavern has a spectacular ceiling and is forty feet in diameter, in a compass-like design this is symbolic and features four niches containing various classical statues from Italy. It used for occasional private parties and functions. The caves run deep into the hillside above West Wycombe village and directly beneath St Lawrence's Church and Mausoleum. All visitors can enjoy the tea rooms, gift shop, and the courtyard at the entrance to the Cave.
Price: Adults - £8.50
Children - £7
Concessions - £7
Family tickets (Max 2 adults and 2 children) - £24
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Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, Wycombe HP12 4HJ Directions
Games, Club, Sports Venue, Leagues, Matches, Playground, Football Stadium, Events & Programs
Adams Park is the home ground of Buckinghamshire based football team Wycombe Wanderers F.C as well as Rugby Union club London Wasps. It has the multi-purpose stadium currently has a capacity of 10,284 and constructed in 1990 at an estimated cost of £3.5 million. It is a large two-tiered stand, complete with a row of executive boxes, and it dwarfs the rest of the stadium. The 10,000 capacity reached for the first time in the club’s history in 2005 when the club played the Premier League Champions.