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Ranked #1 of 6 attractions in Watford
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #2 of 6 attractions in Watford
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Bhaktivedanta Manor is the largest UK centre of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Bhaktivedanta... more » Owner description: Bhaktivedanta Manor is the largest UK centre of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Bhaktivedanta Manor propagates the teachings of the authentic Vedic scriptures. These were finally brought to the West by Srila Prabhupada, Bhaktivedanta Manor's founder. George Harrison of The Beatles kindly donated Bhaktivedanta Manor to ISKCON in 1973 to cater for the growing congregation. Today Bhaktivedanta Manor has developed into an important theological college, and has become renowned as a place of pilgrimage. It is a holy place dedicated to the upliftment of human society through spiritual education, culture and lifestyle. This rural retreat serves as a window to Vrindavan, Lord Krishna's eternal home. It is a God-centred community which gives refuge to people from all walks of life. « less
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Ranked #3 of 6 attractions in Watford
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Ranked #4 of 6 attractions in Watford
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #5 of 6 attractions in Watford
Category: Theaters; Cultural
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Ranked #6 of 6 attractions in Watford
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: We depict the history of fire-fighting through the ages, with particular emphasis on Hertfordshire. We have two... more » Owner description: We depict the history of fire-fighting through the ages, with particular emphasis on Hertfordshire. We have two nineteenth-century hand manual fire appliances, a 1896 Shand-Mason horse-drawn steam-powered fire engine, a 1937 Leyland fire appliance which was based at St Albans and a 1942 Dennis trailer pump used during the Second World War. We have uniforms that can be tried on and equipment that can be handled. There is also a large photographic display and resource library. Entry is free, donations welcome as the museum in voluntarily run by ex-fire service officers. Our Open Days are on one Saturday per month (1pm to 4pm), from April to September, dates on Watford Museum website. Please be aware that we are based on an operational fire station with very limited parking. « less
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