Aylesbury is a very popular destination among people who are seeking a quiet break. It is a very scenic city with good transport links to London and perfect for those who like to visit traditional English towns. The cobbled streets, old styled architecture and heritage sites also make it a great destination for people who enjoy learning about history.
The main tourist attractions in Aylesbury are heritage sites which are run by the National Trust, such as the Long Crendon Courthouse. The Walter Rothschild's Zoological Museum is also a popular attraction among visitors. The town also caters for children with the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery. Aylesbury is home to a variety of traditional British pubs and bars, many of which are located in the cobbled back alleys that veer off the main roads. This makes it the perfect location for people who would like to experience a traditional England in a quiet country town.
The town of Aylesbury contains two semi-professional football teams. Aylesbury FC play at Haywood Way, whilst Aylesbury United FC share their grounds with the neighbouring Leighton Town. One of the most popular sporting teams in the area is Aylesbury Cricket Club, which was formed in 1837 and is known for being one of the strongest clubs in the Midlands.
Aylesbury is a very traditional place which still holds a market upon the cobbled streets in the town centre on four days each week. There are three industrial centres in the area that provide the town with the majority of its jobs, and has given it one of the lowest unemployment rates in the UK.