About High Wycombe Railway Station
High Wycombe Railway Station is a three-platform train station in the centre of High Wycombe, served by Chiltern Railways. Its original terminus was built in the Victorian period, and designed by the prolific English engineer I.K Brunel. The historic remains of the original terminus are still visible and distinguished by their Victorian architecture.
Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire and an underappreciated gem of the area. A bustling market town, the area boasts both interesting history and modern amenities that complement each other seamlessly. The streets around its medieval St Mary’s church are full of beautiful examples of architecture from the Tudor, Georgian, and Jacobean eras, including the impressive County Court. Visitors can find plenty of modern retail outlets and opportunities for great nightlife scattered around the town centre.
Welcome to Waddesdon Manor
Waddesdon Manor is a staggeringly impressive neo-renaissance house, constructed between 1874 and 1885 by a local baron to display his vast arts collection, and entertain his guests. Over the years, it’s been lovingly preserved, and now stands as one of the most popular historical attractions in the Aylesbury area, featuring scenic, peaceful gardens, and a vast collection of sculpture, paintings, and decorative pieces.
Planning a trip to High Wycombe Station? Travelodge High Wycombe Hotel is just five minutes down the road, and Travelodge Beaconsfield Central Hotel is a 20-minute drive away.