Things to do in Thame
Historic town with Saxon origins located on the River Thame
Are you looking for things to do in Thame? We've got plenty of great ideas for you across the town.
Chinnor And Princes Risborough Railway
Standard gauge railway operating both steam and diesel hauled train services from the station at Chinnor in Oxfordshire.☎ 01844353535Recommended by Roger Waters, Oxford
Boarstall Duck Decoy
National Trust - Rare survival of a duck decoy.
Long Crendon Courthouse
National Trust - Medieval courthouse.
National Trust - 14th-century moated gatehouse and beautiful gardens.
Tiggywinkles Visitor Centre
Wildlife hospital caring for sick and injured animals. Visitor centre and play areas on site.☎ 01844292292Recommended by Helen Ansell, Chesham
Thame Museum FREE
Follow a time line of Thame represented by 50 objects.☎ 01844212801
Chinnor Hill FREE
With magnificent views over the Vale of Aylesbury, Chinnor Hill is a mosaic of flowery grassland, scrub and woodland.
|1 mile east of Chinnor|
Oakley Hill FREE
Chiltern gentian is the star of this isolated yet beautiful chalk downland reserve perched on the Chiltern escarpment.
|1 mile south of Chinnor|
Rushbeds Wood FREE
Ancient woodland and meadows with a wealth of wild flowers and butterflies.
|9 miles south-east of Bicester|
Upper Ray Meadows FREE
An expanse of rare floodplain meadows supporting a diverse population of birds, plants and insects.
|4 miles south-east of Bicester|
Wells Farm FREE
A working farm run in harmony with wildlife - home to farmland birds including corn bunting, yellowhammer and partridge.
|8 miles south-east of Oxford|
Oxfordshire Golf Club
The Oxfordshire Golf, Hotel & Spa is a world class resort situated in the heart of the beautiful Chilterns.
Waterstock Golf Club
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