Places to Visit

Marlow Museum

Marlow Museum

The Marlow Museum at Court Garden (SL7 2AE) is a voluntary-run charity promoting the much varied history of the area from Hambleden to Little Marlow and all in between.

The Museum is currently exhibiting ‘The Story of Marlow’ covering 5,000 years and ‘Twenty Years of Archaeology’, the latter a record of past, present and future projects by the newly formed Marlow Archaeology Group.

Throughout the Winter they are open Sundays 2:00 – 4:00pm and then will re-open in March for three afternoons a week. Entry is free and well-behaved dogs are welcome.

The Museum are able to open for group visits and can  accommodate 6 to 12 people of all ages, if you would like to organise something similar, contact the museum directly by emailing contact@marlowmuseum.org

‘Pay and Display’ parking is next door and with an abundance of cafes and restaurants nearby it would make for a lovely Sunday afternoon!

Visit the website www.marlowmuseum.org for more details. 

Marlow Museum

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hiya bucks

Here at hiya bucks we go on regular walks exploring the local towns, villages, public footpaths, gardens, rivers, lakes and more! We love getting out and about discovering new places to visit and we thoroughly enjoy going to local events and getting involved with the community. We hope to inspire others to step out of their daily routines and see more of our Beautiful Buckinghamshire.