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Wycombe Museum

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Wycombe Museum

Wycombe Museum is best known for its collection of Windsor chairs. In addition there are exhibits on life in the Wycombe area and the furniture industry that once flourished here. The museum is housed in an attractive 18th century manor set in wide lawns.

About Wycombe Museum
Address: Priory Avenue, HIgh Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, HP13 6PX
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: off A404
Website: Wycombe Museum
Email: museum@wycombe.gov.uk
Phone: 01494 421 895
Location map
OS: SU867932
Photo Credit: Sebastian Ballard, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence


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