Wembley Park (40 minutes)

Only 40 minutes by direct train from Chesham, situated in North West London, Wembley Park includes Wembley Stadium – England’s primary football stadium, major sports and entertainment venue, plus Wembley Arena, a concert venue.

A new shopping centre called London Designer Outlet and cinema complex have also recently opened in the area.

Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre (4.6 miles)

The museum is aimed at children aged between 6 and 12 years old. There are 2 fun and fact filled galleries featuring Roald Dahl’s original writing hut and a fantastic interactive story centre.

Hughenden Manor (6.0 miles)

Hughenden Manor offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881.

Visitors can browse among an extraordinary collection of personal memorabilia and there are hands-on activities for children. Hughenden’s secret wartime past is revealed in the Second World War room in the cellars, with interactive exhibits and eye-witness accounts.

Ashridge Estate (6.2 miles)

Situated on the border between Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire this 5,000 acre estate offers a wide variety of woodlands, commons and chalk downland.

It is also the site of the Bridgewater monument erected in 1832 to honour the Duke of Bridgewater, a pioneer of the country’s canal network. To the North East of Ashridge House is the Golden Valley created by the famous landscape gardener Capability Brown.

Natural History Museum at Tring (6.6 miles)

Discover the fascinating range of animals collected by Lionel Walter Rothschild in our beautiful Victorian Museum. It is home to the world-class research and collections of the Natural History Museum’s Bird Group.

Bekonscot Model Village (10 miles)

Portraying an image of England form the 1930s, Beckonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest original model village in existence.

The Model Village is a fun day out and is open from February to November.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre (10 miles)

The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre opened in October 2010 seeing the start of the regeneration of Aylesbury town centre.

A wide range of entertainment is on offer at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre from the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Bolshoi Ballet to The Neil Diamond Story and comedian Jimmy Carr.

Hell Fire Caves (14 miles)

Hell Fire caves were originally created as part of a project to help relieve serious local unemployment in the 18th century.

The caves are open all year round except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.