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With your car hire, there are lots of beautiful attractions you can visit in town. We have out Travel Guide  tab that will inform you some of the places you can visit in Aylesbury, based on your time and interests.

This is a great area to explore so make sure you get economical, cheap car hire in Aylesbury only from VroomVroomVroom!

Top Attractions in Aylesbury

Aylesbury a.k.a. Æglesburgh is the County of Buckinghamshire's county town located south east of England. Its earliest recorded history dates way back the Iron Age and Anglo Saxon era. It is situated near several popular areas including LondonBirkenhead, Oxford, Luton  and Watford, thus making it one of the great quick getaway options especially for some people living in the big city.

The town is famous for its wide collection of architectures from Georgian, medieval and Victorian eras, charming nature sights, music and shopping centers.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is one of England's prime theatres. It is located along Exchange Street. The theatre showcases wide range of West End, Christmas pantomime, touring musicals, opera performances, ballet and plays.

Buckinghamshire County Museum is a museum that features displays about Buckinghamshire's agriculture, costume, industry, geology and history. It also home art exhibits within its art gallery that usually change from time to time. Buckinghamshire County Museum is located along Church Street.

King's Head Inn is the south of England's oldest public houses with coaching yard. Its known history dates way back 1455. The building is located within the town's Market Square and serves as an inn under the ownership of National Trust. The building is popular being a well-preserved coaching inn and the quality service it gives to its customers.

Oak Farms Rare Breeds Park is a traditional working farm that serves home to several animals (mostly rescued animals) and a venue for people to unwind. The park is mostly famous with families. Both parents and children can play around the farm and even feed animals with animal feed purchased at the farm.

Roald Dahl Children's Gallery is located along the Church Street. It is a one of a kind Children's Gallery that showcases interactive exhibits (i.e., Optical Toys, Magic Writing Wall, Magic Mirrors, Eyeball Maze, Giant Peach) relating to the works and life of the famous author Roald Dahl.

Waddesdon Manor is a beautiful country house with Neo-Renaissance architectural style. It was built sometime in between the years 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. The manor is famous for the extensive Rothschild Collection it homes, its gardens, ornate interior design, shops and food perfect for anyone who wish to have a great time.