Monday 30 September, 11am to 2pm TBC
For blind and visually impaired visitors to touch and explore sporting objects. Kop Hill Climb vintage cars will also be on show to sit in and rev up. There is no charge for this event but please book a place through the museum website. For further information contact Siemma on email@example.com
The Museum is open 10am -5pm Tuesday- Saturday.
Half Term 29th October -2nd November 10am -5pm Monday -Saturday.
Reclaim your lunch break this summer and join us in the Bucks County Museum garden to de-stress in beautiful surroundings. Break away from your desk, turn off your phone and enjoy your lunch with us. We are offering a range of mindful activities that will allow you to return to work focused and refreshed.
Wednesday Wellbeing, drop in 12-1.30pm
Wed 21 Aug: Meditation Mandala and Zentangles – create your own artwork from colourful repeated patterns
Wed 4 Sept: Sensory Stress-Free Puddles – relieve tension and relax by re-living childhood and playing with cornflour puddles
Wed 18 Sept: Paper Flower Power & Therapeutic Colouring – make decorative paper flowers and enjoy some colouring in the garden
Wed 2 Oct: Mindful Origami – have a go at folding paper animals, a quiet and reflective activity with beautiful results
Free iced lemonade (suggested donation £1.50).
Refreshments available from our café.
Activities will take place indoors if weather is wet.
These activities are aimed at adults only.
Foodie Friday Live
An opportunity for the Food traders on the market to showcase the business by offering samples and cooking demonstrations of their products. There is a compere who will be interviewing traders and customers alike. Take time to relax and eat your lunch on the Market Square in one of the seating areas that are provided.
The Festival of Lights (Diwali ), originally celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains, but welcomes anyone to join as its core values are rooted in peace and mutual respect. It celebrates new beginnings; the triumph of good over evil; light over darkness; knowledge over ignorance; and hope over despair.
This year the event will be held on Saturday 19th October in Bucks County Museum and Kingsbury Square. It will be an afternoon full of Lights, Lamps, collections of live music and dance, mouth watering street food and plenty of activities suitable for all ages and abilities. To round off the day there will be a Light Parade at dusk which anyone can join in as we all come together to celebrate the lights in life.
Join in the fun in Aylesbury Town Centre to welcome the start of Christmas. The ever-popular Christmas Light Switch On, hosted by Mix 96 and the Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership, will take place between 5.30 pm and 8 pm in Market Square, together with a funfair in Kingsbury until 8.30 pm.
The lights will be switched on at 7 pm and will be followed by a spectacular fireworks display. With a host of live performances, special guest appearances from the panto at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, and a vast range of street food available – there really is something for everyone
Start your Christmas off with this fantastic parade that takes around around the town centre, Santa is accompanied by may local schools, organisations and businesses all entertaining the crowds as they pass by, donkeys, street entertainers, marching bands play, dancers dance enthral the crowds. After the parade, there is a small funfair, a selection of entertainment, donkey rides and delicious street food.
A real family favourite! Start your Festive season with this fantastic parade. Drawn by two unicorns will be an enchanted Cinderella carriage carrying both Cinderella and the Snow Queen.
The parade will include bouncing elves, candy canes, amazing stilt walkers, real donkeys and a vibrant samba band along with a colourful array of music and dance groups. They will be singing and dancing their way through the town at 10.45 am, starting from the High Street and making their way around to Market Square and finishing in The Exchange
After the parade, there will be a range of entertainment including, a small funfair, donkey rides accompanied by a delicious range of street food
The largest Free entry to the public Christmas Craft & Gift Fair in Buckinghamshire, there will be in excess of 80 stalls to browse around, with many of the offerings handcrafted Christmas gift ideas accompanied with festive music, entertainment and delicious street food.
If you would like to have a stall at this event please visit
for more information.