The Chilterns have plenty to explore and visit for all, whether you enjoy walking or visiting the museums along the way.

Getting there is easy with Carousel, with our network of services connecting all the major towns in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Explore more, with an all day ticket covering our entire network - just £9 for an adult or £17 for a group of up to four!

Not sure where to visit? Why not check out these fantastic locations:

Chiltern Way

The Chiltern Way is a more than 100 mile path around the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, created to show the prettiest areas of this beautiful place. 
Sample short sections of this route with our Chiltern Hundreds services, with signs from the bus stop to guide you along.

Find out more: The Chiltern Way Website

Grand Union Canal

Linking London to Birmingham, this iconic canal passes through lush rolling countryside, peaceful villages and the heart of industrial towns.

Denham, near Uxbridge is served by services 102104 and 105, a perfect place to start your walk.

If you're feeling adventurous, why not take the 8 mile walk from Denham to Rickmansworth and return on service 103?

Find out more about the canal: Canal & River Trust Website

Wycombe Museum

A quaint museum which explores the history of High Wycombe and surrounding area, with a collection of local art, furniture and exhibitions.

Find out more: Wycombe Museum Website

Chiltern Open Air Museum

A museum full of traditional buildings, period gardens and living history - all in a stunning setting.

The nearest bus stop is King's Road in Chalfont St Giles, travel here with services 104 and 105.

Find out more: Chiltern Open Air Museum Website

Bekonscot Model Village

The Bekonscot Model Village & Railway is the world's oldest and original model village which opened for the first time in 1929. As well as the Model Village and Railway, you can visit The Ed Shed for some fancy dress fun or have an adventure on the pirate ship or one of the other children's play areas.

The nearest bus stops are on Maxwell Road in Beaconsfield with services 102, 103 and 104.

Find out more: Bekonscot Model Village Website

Beaconsfield Old Town

A well kept main street with old coaching inns, shops and a market every Tuesday. With the flint walled church, you might recognise some parts of the town from Bekonscot!

The central bus stops are at the Saracen's Head pub, on services 102, 103 and 104, just a few stops down from Maxwell Road.

Chenies Manor

Once host to royal visitors, a Tudor manor lovingly restored and brought back to life by the family who call it home.

The nearest bus stop is Chenies Garden Centre on service 103.

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