Every year thousands of people wander through West Wycombe Village. With three pubs, three churches, a Mauseleum, the Hell-Fire Caves and West Wycombe Park there's plenty to see.
Use our Google Map to navigate to and around the village or if walking's your thing you can print our Footpaths Map
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The Palladian house was built in the early part of the 18th Century by Sir Francis Dashwood the Premier Baronet of Great Britain. The Dashwood family still live in the mansion, it is now the home of Sir Edward Dashwood Bt., the 12th Premiere Baronet of Great Britain.
Venture 300 feet underground through a series of hand-carved tunnels and alcoves; past exhibits which tell a fascinating story steeped in history. After your visit you can refresh yourself with coffee or a cream tea.
West Wycombe Hill, above West Wycombe Village, is surmounted by an Iron Age hillfort, which shares space with the largely-13th century St Lawrence Church. The church is topped with an enormous "Golden Ball", large enough to hold 6 people. It was created by Sir Francis Dashwood. The interior of the church is remarkable; it was created to emulate an Egyptian temple with Corinthian columns, marble floors, and richly decorated ceilings and walls.
The Dashwood Mausoleum houses the urns that contain the ashes of the Dashwood family.
The George and Dragon Hotel and Restaurant.
West Wycombe Village Hall
The Swan Inn
The Plough Public House (right)
The Village Store and Post Office is famous for its extensive range of unique greetings cards, home baked bread, gifts and household provisions.
Tudor House Buthers (formerly R S Troutt and Son) (right)
The Apple Orchard offers fine, rare and classic furniture together with a plethora of Objets D'art and fascinating gifts for all occasions
Traditional Sweet Shop (right)
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