High Wycombe is becoming increasingly popular for people working in the capital, largely due to its excellent transport links to London. To facilitate demand, next year Regency Residential, along with parent company MCR Property Group, will be bringing 228 new apartments to the area.
But for everybody asking the question, what is there to do?
Number 1. Wycombe Wanderers
High Wycombe’s hometown team, Wycombe Wanderers, have been drawing in the crowds for over a century.
Wycombe Wanderer’s stadium can hold up to 10,000 supporters and is a great way to meet the local people, enjoy the atmosphere and watch some quality League One football.
Number 2. Wycombe Swan
Located between Buckinghamshire University campus and the Train Station, Wycombe Swan is a well-known location for theatre and live performance.
Over the years Wycombe Swan has attracted many big-name comedians and performers. From children’s panto to the Philharmonic Orchestra, Wycombe Swan accommodates everyone.
Number 3. Odds Farm
Odds Farm is a regional hotspot for family outings. With an impressive array of farm animals, mazes, mini golf and even cow milking, Odds Farm promises an eventful day out.
If you’re looking for something different this year, Odds Farm Christmas Spectacular will surely provide you with the answer.
Number 4. Hughenden Manor
A National Trust site located just a short drive from the town centre, Hughenden Manor is a beautifully preserved piece of British history.
Once the home to Britain’s first Jewish Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, Hughenden Manor still maintains all its former glory.
Take a walk through the sprawling grounds, or explore the grand mansion fit for an aristocrat, tours of the Manor are frequent.
Number 5. The Hellfire Caves
For a more ominous adventure, The Hellfire Caves are one of Wycombe’s most terrifying attractions. Once a safe underground passageway for a coalition of secret Knights, Hellfire Caves are filled with history, intrigue and sometimes horror.
Its tunnels delve 300 feet underground, however, if the journey gets too much, there is a traditional tea room and medieval restaurant waiting at the end.