About Aylesbury Railway Station
Aylesbury Railway Station is the main train station serving Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire. It’s an important stop on its line to London, and was previously a terminus for the London Underground Metropolitan Line. It’s managed by Chiltern Railways.
As the county town of Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury makes an interesting base for exploring the rest of the area. Historical buildings such as St Mary’s Church and the King’s Head Coaching Inn, alongside family attractions such as the Chinnor Princes Risborough Railway and the Abbots View Alpaca Farm, and a great selection of shopping and nightlife, mean there’s always something new for visitors to see and do in Aylesbury.
Welcome to The Buckingham Railway Centre
The Buckingham Railway Centre is one of Britain’s foremost railway museums, and ranks among the best-loved family attractions in the county. It stretches over 25 acres, and boasts a massive collection of steam engines and other historic railway vehicles, including visits from Thomas the Tank Engine for the kids. Its visitor centre is full of fascinating, historic exhibits telling the story of Aylesbury’s railways, maintained and presented by passionate volunteers.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Aylesbury Railway Station? Travelodge Aylesbury Hotel is just around the corner, Near the town’s Waterside Theatre, and Travelodge Thame Hotel is a 20-minute drive away.