Getting to Aylesbury couldn’t be easier, whether you choose to travel by car, train, bus, bike or narrowboat!

For the latest travel updates visit the Mix96 website or tune into the station on 96.2fm.

Aylesbury has a range of short term and long term car parks, as well as ample Blue Badge parking and a Shopmobility scheme.

Driving from the M25 – leave the motorway at junction 20 and take the A41 to Aylesbury & Hemel Hempstead. Follow signs to Aylesbury and, once in Aylesbury, to the town centre.

Driving from the M40 – leave the motorway at junction 8a and take the A418 to Aylesbury. Follow signs to Aylesbury and, once in Aylesbury, to the town centre.

Aylesbury is also easily accessible by car from other nearby towns and cities including Oxford, Bicester, Buckingham and High Wycombe.

Travel with Chiltern Railways from London Marylebone to Aylesbury in around an hour.

Aylesbury train station is just a few minutes walk from the Market Square.

Facilities on site include car parking, including Blue Badge parking, electric vehicle charge points, café and cycle parking.

The station is fully accessible with a ramp for train access and step free access from the platforms.

Aylesbury bus station is located just off of Market Square and has regular bus services running to and from nearby villages and towns.

Click below for a map of the arriva bus network around Aylesbury.

Aylesbury is one of the original six national cycling towns and has a great network of cycle routes allowing you to cycle in to the town centre from a number of nearby areas and villages. It also provides safe and easy links to key destinations across the town.

Once in the town centre you will find over 250 free cycle parking stands, therefore you can park your bike close to your destination, making it a quick, cheap, convenient and healthy travel option!

The Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal finishes at the Aylesbury basin next to the Waterside Theatre, University Campus Aylesbury Vale and new public space. There are several towpath visitor moorings, with easy access to service moorings with water and electricity supplies. Six pontoon visitor moorings open later this year.

The basin is just a few minutes walk to the Market Square.

Aylesbury town centre is a popular destination for groups visiting the Waterside Theatre, County Museum, Old Town or simply stopping for a spot of shopping and lunch.

For more information email the Aylesbury Town Centre Manager or call 01296 585880.

Coach parking:

Coach parking spaces are available at Aylesbury Bus Station, Great Western Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 2QF. Please telephone 01296 483169 in advance to book. Parking is free of charge.

Set down points:

Exchange Street, HP20 1UR (for coach groups visiting Aylesbury Waterside Theatre only)

Whitehill, Oxford Road, HP19 8EY


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Queens Park Arts Centre & Limelight Theatre