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#1 of 2 things to do in Windlesham
After GoApe we took our bikes and ride the paths around the forest for an hour which was enough for their little legs but older children could have spent hours there exploring.
The picnic area was alive with young children on a school outing, how lucky is that for them?

BCA Zoo

Maidenhead, UK 12.4 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Maidenhead
My daughter and niece had the most amazing morning at BCA. Fantastic experience which we will definitely repeat with lots of quality time with the animals including the delightful Denzel the porcupine.
This is a really nice little Zoo and our guide Emily was fantastic - very knowledgeable and it was great to hear about all the personalities that live there..Would highly recommend to any animal lovers.

Kris Cruisers

Datchet, UK 8.7 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Datchet
The service from Kris Kruisers, the boat itself (perfect for us & our teenage daughter & young son) & the stunning scenery on our journey from Datchet to Abingdon (& return) was all faultless.
Very helpful on our return guiding the boat back into dock, will be definitely booking again for next year, fabulous boating holiday one of the best and we've been on a few

Farnham Park

Farnham 12.1 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Farnham
Whether you are a dog walker or jogger or just enjoying walking it's well worth a visit and what better way to end your walk than a coffee and bacon roll at the golf club cafe!! Superb.
Now 30y ears later changed for better, but still memories, great dog walks on pathways in wet weather, loads of trails etc or as I say off grid for various walks you make what you can short or long walks.

Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum

Farnborough, UK 7.2 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Farnborough
Informative and knowledgeable volunteers, real mix of info to read and look at for all ages, kids got a chance to try a simulator and sit in a plane, great space to spend a few hours and as family of four it also...
... can walk and see the planes outside, inside is plenty to do, there is a small place for the kids to play with toys and colouring my son really enjoy this part also the replica of the Cody flyer is really nice!

Great Cockcrow Railway

Chertsey 5.8 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Chertsey
Two different routes to ride around the beautiful sdrbery, cafeteria and picnic area.

Brooklands Museum

Weybridge 8.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Today the museum, with its iconic clubhouse, houses a superb collection of historic cars, aircraft and memorabilia plus a real Concorde – beautifully restored and offering a 'Concorde experience', where you can si...
We visited Brooklands on a sunny Sunday in November, and, as aviation enthusiasts and pilots, we were delighted by the depth of the exhibits, the knowledge of the volunteer staff, and the variety of aircraft on di...

Windsor Great Park

Windsor, UK 4.7 mi away
#4 of 43 things to do in Windsor
From Saville Gardens and the Valley Gardens, for beautiful flowers and maintained gardens, to Virginia Water for lakeside walks, and the Deer Park for rugged beauty, forests, and epic statues and views.
One of the best places to visit the grounds are stunning the castle is unbelievable you pay for your ticket and you can gain entry as many times as you wish for the next year wonderful little town so many lovely p...
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The Look Out Discovery Centre

Bracknell, UK 4.0 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Bracknell
We spent the day with our 2 1/2 year old grandson and his parents, exploring the science centre, playing in the outside play areas, walking around the forest and enjoyed lunch and afternoon tea from the cafe.
The little gift shop is nice for games and pocket money toys and the adventure playground and forest walks outside are outstanding too.

Fleet Pond

Fleet, UK 8.9 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Fleet
Super natural area between Fleet and Cove, Farnborough, with easy access from roads and Fleet railway car park; with large lakes/ponds, woodland paths, glades of grassland and meadows with picnic tables and benche...
Visited with a friend and a dog; well managed site with good walk ways, clear sign posts; just beautiful area with many birds around on pond and in woodland; super trees and plants to enjoy; small beach area very...

Painshill

Cobham 10.5 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Cobham
What a beautiful and tranquil place, immense views fantastic gardens and walks, excellent restored different array of buildings and grotto, take a picnic or eat there either way its a great place to visit, book a...
... eluding the fishermen, gasped in awe at the view from in the Gothic Tower, loved the Crystal Grotto and everything else we discovered at every turn and path including the vineyard and views of the River Mole.

Dinton Pastures Country Park

Hurst, UK 10.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Hurst
One of my fav places for all family, lovely walk around lake, excellent play area for kids, leisure activities on the lake, or just a family picnic.
It’s a lovely place to spend with family and friends, a lovely walk around the lakes with a coffee and something to eat at the end

Virginia Water lake

Virginia Water 4.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Virginia Water
If you are going to visit more than a few times a year it's definitely worth buying a membership which gives you free parking at Virginia Water and the car parks at Savill Gardens, Valley Gardens and Blacknest Gat...
Beautiful all year round, superb for walking, picnics, dog walking, children in fact anyone can enjoy the outdoors here.

London Bus Museum

Weybridge 8.3 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Situated within the confines of the Brooklands Museum is this little gem of a museum for Bus nuts, loads to see and enjoy, friendly and informative staff and a real great place to visit.
Relive your childhood, that is if you lived in London and the home counties.
#1 of 14 things to do in Bracknell
when it's fine weather there is a beautiful long walk to do with the dog as well ,there is a little lake with wild life duck ,swans and other birds so with children it's nice to feed the ducks with grains .A littl...
Me and the wife and our friends went to the Wilde theatre to see Hal cruttendon (comedian)it was a brilliant night great value for money, nice bar to meet-up before the show.

Leisure Matters

Eversley, UK 9.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Eversley
10th Birthday party for sons 10th Birthday Really well organised and kept the boys entertained and engaged for a full 2 hours Really great value and excellent staff
The staff are great fun, they've got a few little games to make it a bit more competitive and give a good bit of banter as well.

Engage Watersports Ltd

Taplow, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Taplow
Engage Watersports hosted a great paddleboarding party for ten 11 year-olds to celebrate my son's birthday.
The lake is a lovely setting and us parents enjoyed sitting in the sun on the outside decking area.

Lily Hill Park

Bracknell, UK 5.3 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Bracknell
We enjoyed a very pleasant walk through green spaces and woodland, whilst our children delighted in the carved trees and the "biggest picnic table".
Love quiet walking area a small oasis within the hustle & bustle of a busy town with plenty of room for all

Newlands Corner

Shere 11.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Shere
The area is of outstanding natural beauty and a great place to walk with dogs for a good couple of hours.
Have written before about this place, but feel the need to now add from information received that dog walkers need to be very careful and deep a close eye on your dogs, especially off lead.

Basingstoke Canal

Mytchett 6.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Mytchett
The canal probably has it: water sports and family fun - Frimley Lodge; historical sites - King John's Castle and, in the abandoned section west of Greywell, Basing House; busy town sections such as Woking; villag...
This is a beautiful place in our back yard it’s a great and safe place for dog walkers and ramblers and runners it leads to the Mytchett golf land scapes.

Runnymede National Trust

Egham 6.9 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Egham
Many information boards giving directions to all the historical sites and memorials here in Runnymede national trust site, including Magna Carta site, JFK memorial, RAF memorial.
Park at the bottom by the road and walk up to see the Magna Carta monument, the John F Kennedy memorial and then the long climb up through the woods to the Airforce Memorial with the names of 22,000 airforce emplo...
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Lapland UK

Ascot, UK 3.9 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Ascot
Every activity they did was amazingly magical, making the toys, gingerbread in Mother Christmas’ kitchen, ice skating, shopping, and of course seeing Father Christmas.
... it is pricey but definitely worth the month the one thing I would say it’s abit expensive for an adult has you don’t really get anything some refreshments would have been lovely but overall outstanding little ...

Sunbury Park Walled Garden

Sunbury 10.8 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Sunbury
I enjoyed 15 minutes peace and quiet while strolling around the flowers and admiring the memorial in the centre.
Lovely place to visit, a well kept garden with plenty of benches.

Guildford Castle

Guildford 9.7 mi away
#6 of 56 things to do in Guildford
Whatever time of year I always make a detour through the delightful castle gardens and watch the progress of improvement of the castle exhibition An escape from the crowds on the high street
They include the War Memorial, a bowling green, a bandstand (that doubles as a stage for summer performances) and a tribute to Alice in Wonderland in the southwest corner behind the house Dodgson wrote the stories...

Spike Heritage Centre

Guildford 9.9 mi away
#1 of 56 things to do in Guildford
... talk from 'Mr Jupp' - it was really informative and we learnt so much, really pleased it has been saved so that so many of us can see exactly what many of our ancestors had to endure through times of poverty.
The real life stories of hardship and survival have much to teach the modern generation.

RHS Garden Wisley

Wisley 8.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Wisley
The Home of Gardening there is plenty to see so make sure you get the Map.The flowers were excellent you will need plenty of time to walk round the estate.There are Toilets & Baby changing facilities Picnic Areas...
Visited recently and enjoyed the beautiful, lavish displays of spring flowers and blossoms; as usual the quality of the plants and the standard of the gardening is top class in every aspect; My friend and I enjoye...
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Savill Garden

Englefield Green 4.9 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Englefield Green
Highlights and plus points: Great in all seasons Family friendly Well keeps and maintained Easy to get around Amazing visitor centre Helpful and friendly staff Negative points: Pricey Overall, If you want to have...
Alongside the wonderful walks around the lake and through the woods that are part of Windsor Great Park is this wonderful garden set in a small valley with different themes of planting.

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

Maidenhead, UK 11.1 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Maidenhead
Eat your dinner in a beautiful beamed barn and then slip into a modern theatre to watch live shows, local choirs or musicians, as well as world renowned ones.
Ben and Stuart’s cosying up to the audience was quirky and funny; their explanations of what they were going to play - and how - treated the audience with respect and added to everyone’s enjoyment.

Dapdune Wharf

Guildford 9.1 mi away
#14 of 56 things to do in Guildford
Peaceful surroundings, informative museum and a boat trip which is worth taking to find out a bit more of Guildford's history.
The boat trip was lovely , £4:20 per adult (Aug 2019 prices ) , A 40 mins round trip to Guildford town centre and back as the electric little boat (Holds 12 max ) slowey makes way upstream .

Windsor Royal Station

Windsor, UK 8.4 mi away
#7 of 43 things to do in Windsor
The Royal waiting room is an undercover gallery of shops and cafes and is part of the grade 2 listed Windsor/Eton rail station.It still retains some of its original features including the 1897 Jubilee arch and cob...
This area was the entrance to Windsor for us leaving the train there are cafes, restaurants and shops prior to going over to the Castle or proceeding into the High street with all the wonderful shops.
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