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#2 of 9 things to do in Welwyn
Chef Dennis is an excellent teacher and the small group makes it easy for everyone to be 'hands on'.
I met some lovely people and really enjoyed the dining session, especially the champagne .
#5 of 9 things to do in Welwyn
On a recent trip to the Weymouth Pommery Seafood Festival the professionalism of the operation, and the usual high standard expected from the Creative Rail Dining team were both met and exceeded.
... bring your own refreshments, but if you opt for the 1st class dining option, you receive a full cooked breakfast, sometimes a light snack in the middle of the day, and a full four course dinner on the way home.

St Albans Cathedral

St. Albans 7.6 mi away
#1 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Very nice cathedral covering a huge amount of land and with a very interesting history I can recommend the guided tour with very knowledgeable guides well worth a visit if you are anywhere near St Albans
Worth seeing: 13th century wall paintings, bell tower (open some weekend), watching loft, St Albans tomb, the tapestry of the cathedrals history, the rose window, the Lady Chapel and the new exhibitions / displays.
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Verulamium Park

St. Albans 7.9 mi away
#5 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Well kept, large park that has something for everyone, including a great cafe, tennis courts, free to use open air gym, volleyball courts (summer), large lake, and mature trees, all with fabulous views of the Cath...
Lovely walk through the park huge place to see wildlife lakes and rivers recommend to all ages was amazed to see water birds nest in open view for all to see felt very relaxed and enjoyed taking in the scenery mar...
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#1 of 21 things to do in Luton
Spent a cosy winter afternoon in the drawing room at Wardown House with the most amazingly accomplished young classical harpist who played some beautiful, evocative pieces both classic and contemporary.
Also a welcoming cafe on site, serving food, an array of drinks (including wine, which my sister thoroughly enjoyed) and homemade cakes, made the day even more enjoyable and relaxing.

Hertford Theatre

Hertford 6.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Hertford
The staff and volunteers are second to none, always friendly, helpful and informative and they really appreciate visitors who use the bins!
It is a great little theatre with comfortable seating, good vies from anywhere in the auditorium, and friendly staff.

Stockwood Discovery Centre

Luton, UK 9.4 mi away
#2 of 21 things to do in Luton
There is something for everyone here - an open park, well tended gardens, children's play area, informative history museum, extensive carriage collection and a large café with plenty of indoor and outside seating.
Great place to visit plenty to do, very interesting things to see, gardens very nice this time of year well worth a visit for all the family.

Verulamium Museum

St. Albans 7.9 mi away
#6 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
I remember coming on a school trip here as a child & being fascinated by all the unearthed Roman artefacts.It was an real insight into Roman life.I remember being especially impressed by the mosaic floor.I came ba...
A wonderful Museum of the Roman period and it gives an exceptional insight into life in Roman times in Britain.
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Fairlands Valley Park

Stevenage 5.1 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Stevenage
Lovely place to walk your dogs or just for a pleasant stroll park always clean and tidy nice cafe lovely in the summer nice play area for kids nice to see the wildlife around the lake you can make your walk as lon...
Great for a lovely walk around the lakes, a lovely surprise in the middle of a town, stop and have a coffee in the cafe, or take a picnic, lots of ducks that children love to feed (not with bread very bad for duck...

Hitchin Lavender

Hitchin 10.2 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Hitchin
... tea room with lots of outside tables , lavender plants of varying sizes to purchase , a whole host of gifts to buy , stabled horses to visit and finally of course the amazing lavender fields Stunning and fragr...
1-lavender rows which you can walk through and pick your own fresh flowers from 2-You can shop range of Lavender Products 3-they grow sunflowers and have a wildflower area 4-lavender cafe

Lee Valley Boat Centre

Broxbourne 10.3 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Broxbourne
Hired Mr Toad on Sunday 13 August as birthday treat for mum, booking was easy,any queries we had ( re facilities on board etc ) were quickly and efficiently dealt with.
We went on a river cruise at 3pm you get afternoon tea included in the price which was £14 per person you get two big scones a huge bowl of cream and a huge bowl of jam as well plus endless tea and coffee and a tw...

Paradise Wildlife Park

Broxbourne 8.6 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Broxbourne
Just got home after visiting Paradise Wildlife Park Wow From the moment we arrived there and was introduced to Josh being given a guided tour of the Big Cats to the magical moment when we fed Panja the Snow Leopar...
... his so crazy about dinosaurs and this wildlife park is super amazing so many lions , zebras , tigers and many more animals to see...it’s a great family day out and will be back again ️️️

Gordon Craig Theatre

Stevenage 5.2 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Stevenage
Well placed right in middle of town with car parks a plenty saw sixties show its was fab the music was brilliant its here again next year recommend it good access nice restaurant if you book you get a bit of bill...
And as for the panto completely blew me away,such great fun and total interaction with the audience.Well done to everyone involved in the production and to all the theatre staff,You make the Gordon Craig the place...

Novelli Academy

Tea Green 7.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Tea Green
The day was amazing from the moment that the gates of the farm house and cookery school opened and we were greeted by Patti and her very welcoming smile, she was to assist during most of the day and also provide a...
Jean-Christophe was a great host and as well as watching and learning lots of new skills he had some amazing stories to tell which kept us entertained for hours.

River Lea

Ware 8.2 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Ware
The Lea Valley zone is a massive expanse of walking territory set like a giant finger of wet marsh lands across the vista from Enfield Lock to Waltham Abbey and Waltham Cross and beyond, sandwiched with the Royal...
Beautiful setting, lots of little places to visit, from Ware to Broxbourne (one can get to London) you can find nice pubs, natural reserves and more on the way!

Stanborough Park

Welwyn Garden City 2.8 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Welwyn Garden City
Lovely place to have a picnic and splash in the river (water is just toddler's knee high) Kids love to catch fishes here too so dont forget your net -really perfect for family with young children as playground is...
... shower room , play park , row boats , bouncy castles , little shop that sells nets ball etc lovely stretch of river very child friendly on north lake south lake has cafe restaurant sailing boats and fishing lake

Hatfield House

Hatfield 4.6 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Hatfield
Loved walking round the beautiful house and gardens and learning so much about Queen Elizabeth 1 Lots to do for both adults and children alike and the guide was so helpful.
... different from any other tennis court or game a must ,and church was amazing inside bigger than you think ,one great day xxx only one thing food a lot of money for sandwiches so take a picnic would be great xx
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Shaw's Corner

St. Albans 2.5 mi away
#11 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
This visit to George Bernard Shaw's house was a pure delight, with very friendly and knowledgeable volunteers working in the shop and the house.
It’s an impressive stately home set in nice grounds and I can see that it is a nice place to sit in peace writing plays and letters etc. Worth a visit.

Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

Harpenden 5.1 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Harpenden
We just got married at aldwickbury on sept 8th Everything was absolutely perfect the venue offers so much photo opportunities the lake and patio is a lovely area for guests the staff were fantastic from the very s...
We held both our ceremony and meal a Aldwickbury Golf Club in Harpenden, and found all of the staff extremely helpful especially Holly and Alex, the venue is stunning the food was great, the entire staff helped ou...

Float UK

Watton at Stone 5.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Watton at Stone
They also have a relaxation room where you can have some herbal tea (or normal tea) and chill with a book (they have plenty) The rooms themselves are nice and spacious with a shower inside too.
The flotation room was spotless, the float was amazing and the relaxation room was lovely.

The Reading Rooms

Wheathampstead 3.6 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Wheathampstead
Small but perfectly formed; every visit I've been made to feel welcome immediately, the beer (and gin, whisky, sausage rolls etc) is great, and they do take-out 2-pint containers too!
Lovely welcome from the staff and was happy to sit for a couple of hours in an oversized chair chatting with the locals and munching on a rather large locally produced scotch egg.

Elephant and Castle

Wheathampstead 4.3 mi away
#3 of 9 things to do in Wheathampstead
Stunning location, beautiful pub with an incredible history, a perfect pint and superb home-cooked food.
This true country pub always has a fantastic welcome , great food and the finest pint of SAN Miguel I have tasted outside Madrid .

Benington Lordship Gardens

Stevenage 6.4 mi away
#5 of 13 things to do in Stevenage
The chili festival was fun too, and it was amazingly well supported on this beautiful Bank Holiday weekend, with stalls, a band, a theatre company and lots and lots of food to enjoy at reasonable prices.
The gardens are well worth a visit, and were looking impressive in May, even though the garden is more well known for its snowdrops and spring bulbs.

St. Albans Organ Museum

St. Albans 6.9 mi away
#18 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
The volunteers were brilliant and certainly knew their stuff.