Why not make a weekend of it? If you’re travelling to the Museum from further afield and need a place to stay you’ll find details of local accommodation on this page.
The Nags Head
AA four star hotel about 15 minutes walk from the Museum. Stay in Roald Dahl's 'local' - he often frequented the bar here.
A large hotel and conference centre in leafy grounds a short walk from the Museum. Featuring bed and breakfast rooms and onsite parking.
Origins at the White Lion
This very local wine bar boasts 2 double rooms and 1 single. Please note the rooms are above the bar so may experience some noise.
The Garden Cottages
Tranquil bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation a short drive from Great Missenden.
Self catering farmhouse with far-reaching views that can accommodate up to 6 people. A short drive out of Great Missenden towards Wendover.
The Crown Inn
A pub with en-suite rooms in the converted original barns onsite. A short drive away from the Museum in Little Missenden.
Lower Bassibones Farm
Self catering barn and cottage in pretty countryside, approximately 10 minutes drive from the Museum.
Holiday Inn Aylesbury
Large hotel just outside Aylesbury in Western Turville with a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. Accessible and family rooms available. 15 to 20 minute drive from the Museum.
Premier Inn Tring
Fully accessible hotel about 20 minutes drive from the Museum. Next to the Crown's Nest Beefeater.
Hurley Riverside Park
Family friendly riverside touring and camping park. Caravan holiday homes also available to hire. Plenty of facilities including an onsite shop, WiFi, disabled wet room and trim trail. About 30 minutes drive from Great Missenden towards Henley. Camping March to October.
Home Farm Campsite and Caravan Park
Open all year round. Camping and caravan park situated in the Chilterns near Radnage. Glamping bell tents are also available to hire, and there’s a pub next door. 30 minutes drive from Great Missenden towards Stokenchurch and the M40.
Highclere Caravan and Camping Park
Set in a quiet, rural location near to Beaconsfield about 20 minutes drive from the Museum. Boasts two children’s play areas, a small shop, WiFi, disabled toilets and local pubs nearby. Closed in February.
The Black Horse Pub
Cosy country pub with gardens and enclosed playground with camping available (registered Nightstop). Famous for its hot air ballooning.
A family friendly youth hostel set in relaxed grounds in a village near Beaconsfield, about 20 minutes drive from the Museum. Self catering kitchen, WiFi, private rooms available, shop and BBQ area. There is also a small camping area. Open all year.
These listings are for information only and are not meant as specific recommendations endorsed by the Museum. We recommend you visit the accommodation providers website, and contact the owners direct, to ascertain if the accommodation will be suitable for your needs.