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Aspley Guise is a village and civil parish in the west of Central Bedfordshire. It is centred 6 miles (9.7 km) east southeast of Central Milton Keynes and 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the M1 junction 13. It has its own railway station on the Marston Vale Line, with 29 listed buildings. When you visit Aspley Guise, Walkfo brings Aspley Guise places to life as you travel by foot, bike, bus or car with a mobile phone & headphones.


Aspley Guise Places Overview: History, Culture & Facts about Aspley Guise

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With 33 audio plaques & Aspley Guise places for you to explore in the Aspley Guise area, Walkfo is the world’s largest heritage & history digital plaque provider. The AI continually learns & refines facts about the best Aspley Guise places to visit from travel & tourism authorities (like Wikipedia), converting history into an interactive audio experience.

Aspley Guise history


Asperele and Aspel are recorded in Letter Patents, Assize Rolls and such documents of the 13th century. The name derives from “Aspenlea” meaning the aspen clearing – and from late medieval period “of the de Guise family” when Anselm de Gyse became Lord of the Manor in 1375.

Aspley Guise landmarks

The Aspley Guise Conservation Area includes a number of buildings with historic importance. 32 structures in the community have been identified by English Heritage as worthy of historic listing; all are Grade II listed buildings.

St Botolph’s church

The current Anglican church is medieval and dedicated to St Botolph, also known as Botwulf of Thorney, an English abbot who died in 680 AD. The building is “mainly coursed ironstone with ashlar dressings” The north aisle has a 15th-century traceried screen, a similarly dated circular font and a tomb chest with effigy of knight, probably Sir William Tyrington.

Aspley House

This was built in 1690 according to some sources, but the historic listing indicates 1695. It is in the style of Sir Christopher Wren and was modified circa 1750 and again later. In 1912 it still contained many fine portraits of the Hervey and Chernock families.

Guise House

Guise House and its grounds were home to (Aspley) Classical Academy until 1845. It was at its peak rated to rival Eton and Harrow. It has above its façade a Greek-style open pediment.

The Old House

The Old House is timber-frame (of typical Tudor architectural construction) and dates from 1575, according to Historic England. The local Council believes it was built as early as 1545, and may be the oldest building in the community.


The village is served by Aspley Guise railway station, a small station on the Marston Vale Line. The village has 26 other examples of listed architecture, many of them early Georgian.

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Best Aspley Guise places to visit

Aspley Guise has places to explore by foot, bike or bus. Below are a selection of the varied Aspley Guise’s destinations you can visit with additional content available at the Walkfo Aspley Guise’s information audio spots:

Aspley Guise photo Church of St Mary, Wavendon
Church of St Mary is a 13th-century parish church in the village of Wavendon, Borough of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. It was designated a Grade II* listed building in 1966.
Aspley Guise photo St Mary the Virgin, Great Brickhill
St Mary the Virgin’s Church is a Grade II* listed parish church in Great Brickhill, Buckinghamshire. It was built in the 1960s and is now a Grade I listed parish.

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Aspley Guise has 1 physical plaques in tourist plaque schemes for you to explore via Walkfo Aspley Guise plaques audio map when visiting. Plaques like National Heritage’s “Blue Plaques” provide visual geo-markers to highlight points-of-interest at the places where they happened – and Walkfo’s AI has researched additional, deeper content when you visit Aspley Guise using the app. Experience the history of a location when Walkfo local tourist guide app triggers audio close to each Aspley Guise plaque. Explore Plaques & History has a complete list of Hartlepool’s plaques & Hartlepool history plaque map.