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Walks With Hawks Cheltenham 9.0 mi away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cheltenham
... awesomness kindness and gentle handling of your birds, your knowledge and experience in explaining your birds and their personalities make me feel so close to nature and i have a better understanding of them.
The birds did their own thing occasionally when they spotted something interesting to go for, but that's their nature and it just made the experience more real.
The International Centre for Birds of Prey Newent
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Newent
Having always been interested in natural history (my first book was "My Family...") I have visited lots of venues: zoos, wildlife parks, aquaria etc.
The whole experience lightens the mood and makes you appreciate the beauty of nature!!
The Forest of Dean Coleford
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
There are so many fantastic places to visit, we love walking at the Nagshead RSPB nature reserve, Speechouse Woorgreens trail, Sculture Trail, Cannop Ponds to name just a few, the fact that you can stop along the...
The lake next to the car park is perfect for pre and/or post walk picnics or I can highly recommend the catering van that, despites it small size, offers a surprisingly wide range of hot and cold food.
Pittville Park Cheltenham 8.1 mi away
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cheltenham
Recommend to anyone - wonderful space, good cafes - loads to amuse kids - with animals, play park small zoo with aviary and chipmunks - river walks, tennis, mini-golf or just take in nature, lake and the swans and...
Excellent Gardens and flower arrangements, nice and large play area for kids, walking around the lake is settling and when quiet the bird life is very good, walk up to the Pump Rooms and view the park also if you...
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Symonds Yat Rock Coleford
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
There is an excellent viewing point, well signposted, with easy access and parking, to take a birds eye view of the Wye valley, there is a walkway from the car park to both the forested area down to the river and...
If you park at the bottom of the hillside and fancy a bit of hiking it's worth it... along the river pass the Rapids climb the hillside through the woodland and reach the top with a view.
WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre Slimbridge 11.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Slimbridge
The nature reserve afforded views, from hides, of a varied mix of birds including white-fronted geese, cranes and Bewick's swans.
We all really enjoyed a lovely sunny day walking around the park, feeding the birds and canoeing around the wildlife.
Cirencester Park Cirencester 15.4 mi away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cirencester
A beautiful & historic park that is steeped in English history & that has some lovely peaceful woodland walks, a lake with ducks & swans as well as some very interesting plaques about medieval Cirencester, St Mary...
Many, like me, visit the park several times a week...you get to know each other, bask in the sunshine, see conkers fall in their showers late summer, from a great avenue of trees, view houses, a former barracks, f...
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Clearwell Caves Coleford
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
If you are travelling from the south (through Clearwell village) you’ll see the caves to the right but the car park is just after (on the right) - there is 1 of those brown tourist signs (obviously from the north...
Today I took my four year old daughter and she thoroughly enjoyed exploring the caves and playing in the play park.
Dr Jenner's House, Museum and Garden Berkeley 15.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Berkeley
I stayed 3 days and also took advantage of some beautiful hiking, especially in the Berkeley's Deer Park.
It was very informative about Jenner, his work, nature and the immune system!
Woodchester Park Stroud 10.9 mi away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Stroud
Good walks around the park with lots of points of interest including the boat house, the kennels, the reservoirs and the dams.
The parkland is managed by the National Trust and they provide a car park and three waymarked walks through the park.
Puzzlewood Coleford
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
I've travelled here with young children and it's a great day out, lots of things to do and see, the kids loved he park and the animals, and was great exploring the wood itself, lots of twisting paths and interesti...
This is an enchanting place, you can spend hours walking around and admiring what mother nature has to offer, the most impressive sceneary that has been in working progress through probably centuries.
Westbury Court Gardens Westbury on Severn
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Westbury on Severn
... its fault; yes, there's a rather unpleasant building to the one side ... but remember, this is a unique survivor of a past age, a garden that avoided the Capability Browning of every other great landscape park.
We parked just off the main road alongside the garden wall, as the car park is quite small.
Wild Place Project Easter Compton
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Easter Compton
I think this is a lovely place with lots of things to do, you can see animals (the lemur walk is great), There are lots of little areas for children with fun facts, park areas and an aerial adventure with a climbi...
On a sunny day it is great to walk around the woods and the park, have a picnic in tower meadow or just grab a bit at the cafe while the kids safely play on the equipment built under cover.
Painswick Rococo Garden Painswick 5.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Painswick
We've all been before so knew what to expect but there were a few new additions since our last visits - the bluebell walk (no bluebells yet, of course), a little willow house, the nature walk, the fairytale castle...
The garden itself was beautiful and well laid out, the only bit we missed was the pigeon house and nature trail being as we had a dog, said we would do these next time we return.
Dyrham Park Dyrham
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Dyrham
Dyrham Park has so much to offer the whole family, so much open space, beautiful gardens, spectacular views and a beautiful house, lovely tea rooms and informative National Trust volunteers, a great day out!
Beautiful house catch a bus from car park or a beautiful walk down to the house beautiful church can be entered by the garden of house House is set in beautiful grounds And look out for the deer In the spring look...
Cannop Cycle Centre Coleford
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
One word of caution, if you have a nice bike ensure you aren't followed home from the park.
On both days the car parks were busy but who knows where everyone is because the trails were quiet.
Cerney House Gardens Cirencester 12.9 mi away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cirencester
Gardeners all very friendly & welcoming, then we discovered a little self service cafe, where we could sit under the trees, in perfect harmony with nature.
There is a decent sized grass car park and then a short walk to the entrance where you leave your £5 admission fee in an honesty box and collect a decent information leaflet.
Beechenhurst Coleford
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
Fab day out food lovely in the cafe an homemade , we did the 3.5mile walk an it was great we bought a map for £1 which helped , parking was £3.50 so a cheap day out an also big park for kids also right by cannop p...
From walking the sculpture trail, with 'paw' buddy in tow; to climbing on the adventure park; or for the more daring 'Go Ape'.
The Royal Gardens at Highgrove Tetbury 17.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Tetbury
My first visit to HRH Prince Charles beautiful home - he is a man who is a talented artist with a passion for nature and inspiring others to embrace gardening as a form of relaxation and desire for enhancing your...
The traditional experience at a British stately home is a formal and highly manicured “perfect” garden set out in an idealized Park.
The Severn Ham Tewkesbury 9.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Tewkesbury
Informative nature signs helped recognise/learn about certain insects (some of which I recognised and brought back happy memories from my childhood).
Although this time of year, as a natural flood plain, it is normal for the land to be covered by water! Park down by the Abbey and cross over passed the Bell Hotel.
Bathurst Park Lydney
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Lydney
Lovely park, well kept gardens, lots for children and adults to do - outdoor gym, play equipment, tennis courts, bowls and a great cafe
Hi just wanted to leave a review clarifying what an amazing park this is and to say that it’s only in the children’s play area that dogs aren’t allowed which is actually very thoughtful and practical for babies an...
Malvern Hills Great Malvern 17.6 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Great Malvern
The Malverns have historical connections with Edward Elgar and he Town of Great Malvern in particular has theatres, parks, public schools,and shops and is a good base for touring and walking.
A fantastic beautiful place to go, even in the depths of winter! Park at the British Camp, take the walk from the carpark for great views of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and Wales - the Black Hills.
Imperial Gardens Cheltenham 7.4 mi away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cheltenham
2018 has been the best floral displays I can ever remember in this beautiful park so hats off to the gardeners who take such pride in their work.
During our 4 day stay enjoyed the free music during the festival, in a very relaxing ambience despite the park being very busy
Robinswood Hill Country Park Gloucester 1.8 mi away
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Gloucester
Great park with a vigorous climb to summit and all round views of countryside.
There is a lovely cafe & play park at the bottom of the hill.
Lydney Harbour Lydney
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Lydney
Across the lock gate the path follows the river before crossing abridge to return to the car park alongside the upper harbour with its many moored pleasure craft.
The harbour has a small car park and is located just outside Lydney town centre.
Stanway House & Fountain Toddington
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Toddington
Large free car park on grass.
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Prinknash Bird And Deer Park Cranham 5.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Cranham
Spent a wonderful uplifting 4 hours at the park a few days ago The park is in beautiful setting and really well laid out based around a large lake There are free roaming chickens geese and ducks which will happily...
Great trip with little ones in tow as they can interact with the animals and birds around the park! Nice weather is best, but if you wrap up warm I'd say this is ok even in colder weather!
Croome High Green 16.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in High Green
... that is!) We were utterly delighted by this unexpected stroll through perfect English countryside – and would highly recommend it to anyone who fancies leaving the beaten track for a taste of nature at its best.
This is an excellent venue for a family gathering, with lots to interest all age groups, including a play park for the little ones, a lovely walk down to the lake, a mansion to explore, plants for sale, and cafes.
The Barn Owl Centre Gloucester 2.1 mi away
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Gloucester
... have turned out "on the money", I will now return on a regular basis to visit Vince and his team and his amazing collection of Owls and other Birds of Prey, definitely recommended for any nature photographer.
The Centre is a Charity , providng education to the public, a bird sanctuary & also a local nature reserve foucssing on rehabilitating and training these birds to trust humans after often trumatic histories - sadl...
The Cyril Hart Arboretum Coleford
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Coleford
Great place to sit and watch the world go by or follow nature trails, kick a ball or fly a kite.
There are car parks at either end or you can park at the Speech House and walk in - this makes it a simple choice for lunch!