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There’s far more to this legendary circuit in Buckinghamshire than you may imagine.
Originally a World War II airfield, Silverstone became a racing circuit in 1948. Nowadays, Silverstone is home to the British Grand Prix, MotoGP and many other events such as the Walter Hays Trophy.Alongside the main events, visitors to Silverstone can book one of their many experiences such as their Single Seaters, Ferrari or Mercedes AMG.Visitors can also book tours of the circuit, visiting places such as race control or just take a look around the visitor centre and enjoy a nice cup of tea.
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Ivinghoe Beacon, Coombe Hill and Whiteleaf Cross are prominent landmarks of the Chiltern Hills and perfect spots to have a picnic or watch the sun go down.
Location: Ivinghoe Beacon, Coombe Hill and Whiteleaf Cross, Buckinghamshire
Built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, this impressive 19th century estate combines one man’s grand vision of architecture, art and gardens.
Location: Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Restored to working order by The Chiltern Society, Lacey Green Windmill is England's oldest smock mill with wooden machinery dating from around 1650.
Location: Lacey Green, Buckinghamshire
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Location: West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
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