The 8 unique historic buildings, churches and venues across Aylesbury Vale open to the public for free this month

As part of Heritage Open Days you can pay a visit to some of the Vale most historic buildings this month - for free!

Monday, 9th September 2019, 12:10 pm
Aylesbury Town Council offices and The Mayor's Parlour will be open on September 14 from 10am until 4pm.

To find out more about heritage open days go to www.heritageopendays.org.uk - and why not check out our gallery of fabulous open days to whet your appetite for adventure?

There will be a chance to see the mayor's silverware, mace and civic robes at the event.
The Aylesbury Quaker Meeting House (9-11 Rickfords Hill) will open from 10am until 4pm on September 14, and 12pm until 4pm on September 15.
There will be a chance to view the cottages and meeting house which date back to the early 1700s.
The Kings Head in Aylesbury is open for a guided tour on September 14 from midday until 4pm.
The historic coaching inn dates back to the 15th century and has royal and civil war connections.
The Waterside Theatre will be hosting guided backstage tours on September 14 from 10.30am and 12.30pm and on September 15 at 10.30am.
Visitors must book to secure a free place on the Waterside tour, by calling ahead on 08448717607.
The historic Tring Road cemetery in Aylesbury will be open for a guided tour on September 14 from 10.30am until midday.
Roger King of the Aylesbury Society will be on hand to point out key features of the cemetery which has been open since 1858.
Winslow history walks around the town, taking in 15th to 19th century buildings will take place on September 14 from 5pm until 6pm, and on September 19 from 10am until 11am.
Learn more about the meeting house which opened in Winslow in 1695 on a special tour. Taking place on September 14 from 2pm until 5pm.
The Winslow Brownie and Guide Hall, which was formerly a school for the poor will open on September 14 from 2pm until 5pm. The building dates back to 1865.