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Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury
Categories: History Museums, Museums
The Buckinghamshire County Museum is a museum in the centre of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, England. It displays artefacts pertinent to the history of Buckinghamshire including geological displays, costume, agriculture and industry. The museum also features changing art exhibits in the Buckinghamshire Art Gallery.Take a look at our Aylesbury tour planner to schedule your visit to Buckinghamshire County Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
The museum is housed in three old buildings that have been joined together: a chapel in St Mary's Square, the old Aylesbury Grammar School and Ceely House.
To the rear of the building, in what used to be Ceely House's coach house, is the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery.
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We spent a pleasant hour looking at the various exhibits. Our favourite was the Tudor house but the information on Roald Dahl was also good.
Is a nice place to visit on a rainy day. It is also free entry. During holidays they often have activities for children at a small cost. Lovely for families with infant school children.
We visited the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery which is housed within the Buckingham County Museum. When we had been all round Roald Dahl we decided to look at the rest of the museum. It has some very i... read more »
What a different museum! I mean as Indonesian. This place so unique and compact. Nice place for look out different thing
interesting collection. Staff extremely helpful. The photo exhibition was great
Small and compact. Nice way to spend an hour or two, and the children can have time at the Roald Dahl gallery.
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