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Whilst you are in the area why not make one or more of these selected local attractions as part of your day-out itinerary (which are 10 miles or less by car from Chinnor):

The Lyde Garden
is 3 miles from Chinnor and is a sunken aquatic garden at Bledlow. It was created by Lord Carrington and is free to visit during daylight hours (closed in wet weather / dusk to dawn / no dogs please). 

The Phoenix Trail is a tranquil path to amble along and runs between Princes Risborough and Thame, along what was the old railway line between 'Risborough and Oxford. You can park up and join the trail at either end of the trail or just off the B4009 there is limited parking.

Tiggywinkles is one of the world's leading wildlife hospitals and is based in Haddenham, 5 miles from Chinnor. A great place to learn about the specialist wildlife work done by the hospital and to meet some of the rescued animals. Activities and talks are held during the school holidays.

Hellfire Caves are in West Wycombe and 6 miles from Chinnor. About a quarter of a mile of eerily lit passages and surprising caverns which can be endlessly explored. Originally excavated by hand in the mid eighteenth century and now with realistic waxworks and great sound effects. 

Bucks Goat Centre is at Stoke Mandeville and 9 miles from Chinnor. It is a compact centre with Bambi the goat and her companions + friendly farm animals to meet and feed, including sheep, pigs, cows, chicks, rabbits, guinea pigs, and even a donkey. Animal handling sessions are available too!

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre at Great Missenden is 9 miles from Chinnor. Intrepid story-makers enter through the chocolate doors into this great award winning and family friendly Museum. Two fun and fact packed biographical galleries + a fantabulous interactive Story Centre and George’s Crafty Kitchen!

The Horse Trust, Home of Rest for Horses is at Speen, 7 miles from Chinnor. It is here that the Trust cares for over 100 retired and rescued horses, ponies and donkeys, ranging from retired military animals to those who have been cruelly treated, but now find sanctuary with this wonderful organisation.