High Wycombe Things to Do

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    The Rye

    by SallyM Written Mar 15, 2008

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    The Rye is a large park area to the east of the town centre. The river Wye (well, it's more of a large stream, really) runs alongside, and there are football pitches and a children's play area. Occasionally a funfair or other event is held here.

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    Wycombe Swan Theatre

    by SallyM Written Mar 15, 2008

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    Wycombe Swan is a 1000-seat theatre in the centre of High Wycombe. It host a range of touring productions and acts from plays to stand-up comedy and musical tribute acts.

    As well as the main auditorium, the adjacent Town Hall also forms part of the venue and is used for smaller productions/events.

    View of Wycombe Swan from High Street
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    West Wycombe Park

    by SallyM Written Mar 11, 2007

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    West Wycombe Park is an 18th century house, built for Sir Francis Dashwood, a founder member of the Hellfire Club. The house has often been used in films and television series.

    The surrounding grounds are landscaped with Greek Temples.

    The village of West Wycombe, containing cottages and inns dating from the 16th to 18th centuries, is owned by the National Trust.

    Other things to see in the village include the man-made Hellfire Caves, the Dashwood family mausoleum and the church, which has a golden ball on the top.

    West Wycombe Park house
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    Not exactly the Trevi fountain is it ?

    by sourbugger Written May 6, 2004

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    It comes to something when the most interesting thing in the town is a windsept piece of pedestrianised road with a fountain coming up out of the pavement.

    It looks nice enough, but due to lack of maintenance (I presume) the jets of water are not all balanced, which rather spoils the effect.

    I presume that the fountains are put to good use on rowdy Saturday nights for impromptu wet tee-shirt competions - but I'm only guessing !

    Water water everywhere...

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    Playing in the Fountains

    by taryn_treloar Written Dec 13, 2003

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    Esther and I found the fountains outside the Lytton Tree to be a mighty fun activity.
    The picture provides an example of one of the many nights that Esther and I could not hold ourselves back from jumping through the glorious fountains. We then proceeded to the Lytton Tree drenched in water and ready to dance.
    It really is a must on a warm night.

    Me and Esther

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  • Watch London Wasps

    by Mark_Harris Written Aug 1, 2005

    London Wasps are England's leading Rugby Union team. They've won the English championship for the last three years and in 2004 were crowned European Champions.

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Wycombe town centre has a 1,000 seat theatre, a multiplex cinema and a bowling alley, as well as shops, pubs and clubs. 

Seasonal things to do include the annual Mayor-weighing...

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