Visitor information service
You will find the district's visitor information service at High Wycombe, Marlow and Princes Risborough libraries.
The Wycombe district is the ideal year-round destination so after a day's shopping or exploring the Chilterns why not stay a while? There is a wide selection of places to stay ranging from hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts to self catering, camping and caravan parks which are all featured within the district's accommodation guides.
Wycombe district plays host to an exciting mix of unique events throughout the year. For details of upcoming events visit or contact High Wycombe, Marlow or Princes Risborough Library.
Buy tickets for a range of local events including Marlow Town Regatta, Kop Hill Climb and a variety of local concerts and theatre productions via the box office service.
If you are organising a local event contact a member of the Library team to find out more about the box office service and help promoting your event.
Cards for Good Causes
From mid October to December browse a wide range of Christmas cards raising money for a variety of great causes.
Find an extensive range of guides, maps and bus and train timetables to help you explore the local area and beyond. The team can also assist you in planning your journey.
Gifts and souvenirs
Discover a range of postcards, greeting cards and local souvenirs as well as a variety of books, maps and local produce. Perfect to keep as a momento of your stay or to send as a gift.
Places to visit
Whether you are a visitor or a local resident there are plenty of things to do throughout Wycombe district from visiting historic houses and gardens to taking a stroll through picturesque villages and exploring the market towns. You will find endless ideas and inspiration for a great day out at the visitor service.
Walking and cycling
Wycombe district has an extensive network of footpaths and cycleways ready to be explored. Whether you are a keen rambler or looking for a gentle stroll come and browse the selection of books, maps and leaflets.
Guided tours are a great way to explore the local area and find out more about the districts best features. If you want to see the filming locations for Midsomer Murders or discover more about the local history the visitor information service can point you in the right direction.
Fishing Permits for the Dyke (on The Rye)
|Type of permit ||Price per season |
|Senior (ages 16 to 60)
|Junior (8 to15)
|Disabled and over 60
Available to local residents from High Wycombe Library.
(Please note: you need a valid rod license to fish on the Dyke).
Purchase official bio bags for use with the Wycombe District silver, brown and green food waste bins.