Flock to a hidden gem on the Chiltern line
Cooped up with a restless brood? Or looking for somewhere different to explore with friends?
Travel Free Range and hop on a train because there’s plenty to do and see in the idyllic hills of the Chilterns.
Experience the Hellfire caves, one of the most haunted places in the UK. Lose yourself in a tropical butterfly paradise at Stratford's Butterfly Farm. Or witness over 100 years of British automobile history at Banbury's British Motor Museum.
Go on, break out of the hen house and Flock Somewhere with some of our top picks of the Autumn season.
Enjoy great value travel with an Advance Fare when you book early.
The Hellfire Caves
Situated below West Wycombe, these caves were excavated between 1748 and 1752. Delve in to one of the most haunted places in Britain, the Hellfire caves!
Take in the breathtaking view of Aylesbury Vale from the top of Coombe Hill. Home to a grade II listed monument commending the fallen from the second Boer war.
Roald Dahl Museum
This great little award-winning Museum contains two fun and fact-packed biographical galleries, the fantabulous interactive Story Centre and a sunny courtyard.
British Motor Museum
The British Motor Museum, holds the World's largest collection of historic British cars. There are over 300 classic cars from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Jaguar Heritage Trust.
Saunderton Circular Walk
This walk combines a fairly easy stroll in the Chilterns through a mixture of woodland and sloping meadows, with an optional visit to Hughenden Manor and West Wycombe Caves.
The Butterfly Farm
A leafy tropical environment is simulated inside large greenhouses. There are numerous free flying butterflies, a few free flying birds, a pool containing fish, and running water.