West Wycombe Hill

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West Wycombe Hill: The hill, with its fine views, is surmounted by an Iron Age hill fort and is part of the original landscape design of West Wycombe Park. On top of the hill is a 18th century Church of St. Lawrence, with its golden ball which seats up to eight people and with great views it is a famous landmark. Also situated on the hill is the hexagonal flint and stone Dashwood Mausoleum. With several scenic walks.

TypeOverall vote
Monument:6.4/10
Church:2.3/10
Walk:7.5/10
Popularity rank: #1131
Within:
Buckinghamshire, Thames Valley, Home Counties, South East England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Dashwood Mausoleum, Allnuts Wood, Church Of St Lawrence, Hearnton Wood, West Wycombe Village And Hill, Pipers Hanging Wood

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This nature reserve is a medium-sized woodland with grassland containing diverse species of butterfly also badgers and rabbit sets.

Directions

How to get here

Car

2miles (3.2 km) West of High Wycombe. At West end of West Wycombe, South of the Oxford road (A40)

Bus

Arriva 40 High Wycombe–Stokenchurch; Magpie Travel 321 High Wycombe–Princess Risborough; Red Rose 275 High Wycombe–Oxford

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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Contact

Address: West Wycombe Village and Hill, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK
Phone: +44 1494 755573
Email: westwycombe@nationaltrust.org.uk
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