In and around University of Buckingham
University of Buckingham is one of a kind: the only, independent, not for profit university in the UK. Located in the charming market town of Buckingham, visitors can enjoy its fine array of Georgian buildings and twice weekly local markets. The Old Gaol is the town's landmark site, housing thousands of years of Buckinghamshire history in an imperious and stunningly preserved former Georgian prison. Culture vultures should visit at the beginning of July for the renowned Buckingham Literary Festival.
See stunning Stowe
University of Buckingham sits just 10 minutes south of one England's most beautiful National Trust gardens - Stowe. Designed by Capability Brown and a host of other renowned architects during the 18th century, the Landscape Garden is one the finest examples of the English Garden style anywhere in the world. The Grade I listed Stowe House - home to one of England's most elite schools - is open to the public throughout the year, offering guided tours of its sumptuous interiors and magnificent neoclassical facades.
Breathe in Oxford's history
University of Buckingham is only 42 minutes from the historic city of Oxford, one of England's most popular visitor destinations thanks its world-famous university, stunning sandstone architecture and renowned museums. Vist Magdalen College, founded in 1458, and don't miss the Ashmolean, home to one of the UK's finest collections of ancient and modern history, art and antiquities.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near University of Buckingham? Travelodge Buckingham Hotel is only minutes away, or Travelodge Milton Keynes Central Hotel is a short drive to the east.