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Tourist Information


Tourist Information

Marlow Tourist Information Office

The Marlow Tourist Information Centre is a useful source of information about  the many places to visit in and around Marlow, accommodation, transport, etc. It  is located within Wycombe District Council's  One-Stop Shop and is open throughout the year, from 9.00am - 5pm on  weekdays, 9.30am - 5pm on Saturdays (until 4pm in winter) and is closed on  Sundays. Bookings can be made for National Express coach journeys and also local  coach companies. The range of tourist services on offer includes a book-a-bed  ahead service for visitors to Marlow.

Marlow Tourist Information Office
31 High Street, Marlow, SL7 1AU
Tel:  +44 (0) 1628 483597 (24 hour answering service)
Fax: +44 (0)1628  471915

Places Of Interest In Marlow Town Centre

  1. Remnantz, an 18th century  house, once part of the Royal Military College before it moved to Sandhurst in  1812.
  2. The poet Shelley's house, from  1817-1818.
  3. Court Garden, an 18th century house, was purchased and left to the town  through the fundraising efforts of General Sir George Higginson. Now part of a leisure complex which  has a swimming pool and theatre.
  4. Marlow Bridge, a suspension bridge built from  1829-1832 by W Tierney, the same engineer who constructed the bridge between  Buda and Pest in Hungary.
  5. All Saints Parish  Church, rebuilt in 1835 on the site of an 11th century church.
  6. Marlow Place, built in 1720.
  7. St Peter Street, the site of  many historical buildings, including The  Old Parsonage, which is one of the finest mediaeval buildings in  Buckinghamshire.
  8. Market Place, where you will find the Crown Inn public house, once the  town hall.

Marlow Wildlife Centre

Marlow Wildlife Centre is a new concept in Environmental Education. Although  primarily a Rescue Centre it places great emphasis on allowing public access to  animals normally viewed from a distance. Through 'kind handling' the animals  that cannot be returned to the wild allow close contact with visitors. You can  cuddle a fox, play with a squirrel as well as handling many other animals . A  real hands on experience

Marlow Wildlife Centre, Pump Lane South, Marlow, SL7 3RB. Tel: 01628  487912

Car Parking

Car parking in Marlow over the years has never been easy. The Wycombe  District Council, however, has made efforts to try to alleviate this problem and  currently there are some 500 parking spaces in car parks in the town.

With the exception of the 30-space free facility in Station Approach, charges  are of the Pay and Display type.

The remaining car parks are in Liston Road (167 spaces); Dean Street (73);  West Street (64); Institute Road (64); Riley Road, Saturdays and Sundays only  (28) and Pound Lane (210 cars plus three coach or lorry spaces).

Shopmobility, a free manual  wheelchair service, is available seven days a week for visitors with limited  mobility.