Leave the Farm travel southwest for 35 miles via A428 and 2 miles roundabout 3rd exit A422 for 7 miles, at roundabout 1st exit A509 for 4 miles roundabout 1st exit A4146 for 4 miles merge A5 for 8 miles onto a4146 then onto A418 for 10 miles arrive at Aylesbury.
A former stronghold of ancient Britons and a market town from Anglo Saxon times situated in the picturesque Vale of Aylesbury. The areas around the market and church street have cobbled streets with many buildings of 15th century and Victorian architecture. The Corn Exchange, the Statue of John Hampden, the Clock Tower, and the 1455 Kings Head one of the oldest pubic houses with a coach yard of 15th century design. Also in the same area is St Mary’s Church and the Buckingham County Museum previously a coach house, now home to the Roil Dahi Children’s Gallery.
Other interesting places are the Hobgoblin Inn and the victorian design Aylesbury Prison located on the north side of town. Stroll down the side of the Grand Union Canal and visit the basin, explore the many features of locks, bridges, long boats and much wild life.
Resume journey to Buckingham, southwest for 18 miles on the A413.
Situated in North Buckinghamshire on the Great River Ouse, a small county market town of Anglo Saxon origin. This is typical small market town with a variety of shops eateries and bars plus many 18th century historic buildings.
Points of interest are the 17th century Old County Goal now a museum, St Peter and St Paul Parish Church, St Rumbolds Well and the 15th century Chantry Chapel with a Norman doorway, the oldest building in Buckinghamshire.
Resume journey to Bicester northwest for 18 miles on the A41.
A small quaint busy market town with traceable history recorded in the Doomsday Book. Explore the town a view the period buildings.
There is a designer factory outlet close by called Bicester Village.
The last part of the journey is to travel to Oxford, west for 15 miles, via the A41 and A34, a place to explore the Universities and historic buildings.
Situated in Southern England, a 9th century university town with a mix of ancient and modern with many historic buildings, colleges and museums and known as the Spires of Dreams. Oxfords English period architecture started from the arrival of the Saxons, including the iconic 18th century, containing the famous ancient university. Explore the town stroll around and view the splendour of it all.