The Buckinghamshire County Museum is a museum in the centre of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, England. It displays artefacts pertinent to the history of Buckinghamshire including geological displays, costume, agriculture and industry.
The museum is housed in three old buildings that have been joined together: a chapel in St Mary's Square, the old Aylesbury Grammar School (before it was moved to its present location) and Ceely House.
To the rear of the building, in what used to be Ceely House's coach house, is the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery.
Rubens's house revealed: the oldest known depiction of Rubens's house in Antwerp has recently been discovered in the Buckinghamshire County Museum. Ben van Beneden discusses the significance of this remarkable canvas.(Peter Paul Rubens; Antwerp, Belgium)
Mar 01, 2009; Few private residences have left as many traces in 17th-century painting as the house of Peter Paul Rubens in Antwerp, and the...