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We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this museum. Though small in size, it’s packed full of notable artifacts about the area. The building itself is striking and well-preserved. In addition, you can find the Tourist Information Centre in the Gaol.
From J Boy of Derby
An unexpected find in this charming small town. The museum is packed full with information about the town and the area from before the ice age up to present day Bucks.
A lot of work has gone into making a...More
Visiting Buckingham we were surprised to find such a fascinating and absorbing museum set within the Old Gaol building. We spend quiet a long time in discovering so much information about the story of the Town and its different aspects including the history of the...More
Did you know that Buckingham has its own patron saint, a baby named Rumbold? Also that it once had its own police force and coinage? Just a few of the facts I learned on my visit to the town museum which you cannot miss upon...More
A lovely local attraction centred in the middle of Buckingham. A beautifully preserved building, great displays and very interesting information provided about the local history of the town! Can recommend without reservation!
You can't miss the building if you're in Buckingham, it's situated right in the main street. It also houses the Tourist Information Centre. Entry at £3.50 was, I thought at first, a bit steep, but the museum is very well kept and the information is...More