Things to do in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Picturesque West Wycombe has belonged to the National Trust since 1934. Most of the buildings lining its one main street date from the 17th and 18th centuries and the Church is a very well-known landmark, with its golden ball dominating the village.
On the hillside nearby is the Dashwood Mausoleum, a huge hexagonal construction of stone and flint. Inside the hill are the infamous Hell-Fire Caves, the caves are unique natural caves extended in the 18th century to lead deep underground, past various chambers and caverns containing scenes from the notorious Hellfire Club. Open all year. West Wycombe House and Park are other major attractions. For refreshments there are several teashops and interesting old pubs.
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