Buckinghamshire Map

Buckinghamshire map, view the rural county of Buckinghamshire, located to the north-west of Greater London.

Detailed Road Map of Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire Map: Interactive map of Buckinghamshire, showing the green belt county located in south-eastern England.

Use controls to view a detailed road map of Buckinghamshire and its many towns and villages.

Featured on this Buckinghamshire map are Aylesbury, Buckingham, Milton Keynes, Bletchley, Newport Pagnell, High Wycombe, Chesham, Amersham, Marlow and Beaconsfield, also some of the larger villages including Haddenham, Wendover and Wolverton.

One of the rural Home Counties of south-eastern England, Buckinghamshire (or Bucks) was named after the Saxon landowner Bucca (Bucca's Home), the county town is Aylesbury, and the population is around 720,000.

Buckinghamshire attractions include Waddesdon Manor, Stowe House, Bletchley Park, the Roald Dahl Museum, Wendover Woods, the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre (Quainton), Claydon House, Ascott House (Wing), Cliveden (Taplow), Dorneywood Garden (Burnham), and Hughendon Manor (High Wycombe).

More Buckinghamshire Info: Buckinghamshire Weather

Buckinghamshire Towns and Villages:

Great Missenden - A small village situated between Wendover and Amersham, Great Missenden is the location of the renowned Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, which can be found in the High Street. Just outside the village is Missenden Abbey, now a conference centre. Great Missenden Map.

Aylesbury - The county town of Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury took over the role from Buckingham in the 16th century. The town is especially famous for its Aylesbury Duck, a large breed favoured by London restaurants during the 18th and 19th centuries. Aylesbury Map.

Weston Turville - A charming little village situated just outside Aylesbury, Weston Turville has a history which stretches back to the times of the Anglo-Saxons, it now has a population of just under 3,000.

Milton Keynes - Located in the north of the county of Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes is a new town which has developed since the late 1960's. Milton Keynes Map.

High Wycombe - Buckinghamshire's largest town after Milton Keynes, High Wycombe was the site of a Roman villa in the 2nd century AD. High Wycombe Map (Weather).

Amersham - A pretty rural town split into two distinct sections, Amersham is an affluent commuter town on London's underground network, its Old Town is charming and attractive. Amersham Buckinghamshire Map.

Newport Pagnell - To the north of, and mostly swallowed up by Milton Keynes in Bucks, Newport Pagnell has a long history and was even mentioned in the Domesday Book. Newport Pagnell Map.

Bletchey - Renowned as the location of the WW2, Bletchley Park codebreaking headquarters (now a museum), Bletchley is another town engulfed by Milton Keynes. Bletchley Map.

Princes Risborough - Located to the south of Aylesbury, Princes Risborough, was a former Royal Manor at one time owned by Edward the Black Prince. Princes Risborough Map.

Buckingham - The town which gave Buckinghamshire its name, and the county town until replaced by Aylesbury in the 16th century, Buckingham is in the north of the county and has a population of around 13,000, its largely unspoilt town centre and market place has numerous 18th century buildings. Buckingham Map.

Winslow - A small market town in the county of Buckinghamshire, Winslow was first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles during the 8th century. Winslow Buckinghamshire Map.

Chesham - Just to the north of Amersham in Bucks lies another attractive town called Chesham. Chesham Map.

Beaconsfield - Another affluent and attractive Buckinghamshire town, Beaconsfield was the parliamentary seat of PM Benjamin Disraeli. Beaconsfield Map.

Gerrards Cross - A medium sized town, close to Chalfont St Peter and Chalfont St Giles, Gerrards Cross as a town has only existed since 1859. It now has a population of about 7,000.

Marlow - A pretty town situated on the banks of the River Thames in Buckinghamshire, Marlow is well worth a visit. Marlow Buckinghamshire Map (Weather).

Waddesdon - Location of the famous Waddesdon Manor, this small, charming village is located to the north-west of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. Waddesdon.

Stoke Mandeville - A small village located near to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, Stoke Mandeville gave it's name to the famous hospital which is renowned for it's spinal injuries centre.

Aston Clinton - Located to the south-east of Aylesbury, the pretty village of Aston Clinton has a population of three and a half thousand and a parish area of just under 4,000 acres. he village has several pubs such as the Oak, the Partridge Arms and the Duck Inn.

Wendover - Located about 5 miles from the county town of Aylesbury, the pretty and popular town of Wendover is much smaller than its big neighbour, and is a desirable place to live, with its rail links to central London and its charming 1950's feel.

We hope you found this Buckinghamshire map and guide useful, please call back soon.

Buckinghamshire Map Links: Winslow Map - Ashley Green

Buckinghamshire Weather: Amersham

Buckinghamshire Attractions: Gulliver's Land Milton Keynes


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