The King's Head

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The King's Head
Public House
The King's Head, Aylesbury, UK.jpg
A narrow passageway leads to the inn
Country England
State Buckinghamshire
Location Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Material Wood
Founded 15th Century?
Date 1450
Visitation Owned by the National Trust

The King's Head is a National Trust property in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, UK. The King's Head is a typical coaching inn. It has a large stable yard and an arched entrance high and wide enough to admit coaches. A window in the bar contains 15th century glass depicting angels bearing the arms of Henry VI and his Queen Margaret of Anjou. This glass and some parts of the building date to 1450. An exposed section of wattle-and-daub may be viewed. The King's Head is reached through a narrow passageway at the Aylesbury market square.