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The weather in Aylesbury
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Aylesbury with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 23°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Aylesbury holiday homes are quintessentially English
Just after London's outer suburbs give way to the patchwork quilt of rolling green fields that defines the English countryside, is Aylesbury. Holiday homes here rub shoulders with well to do English folk preferring the repose of the country to the bustle of London.
Buckinghamshire's stateliest home
Waddesdon Manor was built by the Rothschild family in the 1800s to display his art collection and entertain the who's who of Britain. It has since passed into public hands and remains the county's grandest stately home.
Palacial formal gardens and interiors dripping in chandeliers and famous artworks have formed the backdrop for period dramas as well as fairs and festivals. Don't miss the Sevres porcelain, the Renaissance Museum or the manor's changing array of contemporary art installations.
Enter a fantasy world
At the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery children of all ages can enter the world of Roald Dahl's otherworldly imagination through interactive exhibits. Touch the Twits' beards, crawl inside the Giant Peach and make your own Marvellous Medicine.
Rare breeds of animal wander the meadows at Abbotts View Alpacas. The whole family will be entranced by the strange sight of these furry animals wandering fields more typically inhabited by flocks of sheep in the British countryside. Learn about and feed the animals before enjoying homemade cakes and English tea in the tearoom.
Trainspotting and walks through Wendover
Whether you arrive for the Steampunk Weekend or the weekly Steaming Day, your trip to the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre lets you experience the magic of the railway. You can meet Thomas the Tank Engine, Percy and the Fat Controlle, and marvel at the museum's collection.
Wendover Woods adorn the Chiltern Hills, the highest point of which is marked by a stone monument. Come and explore the bridleways or barbecue in the sunshine.
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