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#1 of 3 things to do in Mapledurham
We then had a first class delicious cream tea with homemade scones made with flour from the mill by the Millers wife.

AV Boats

Benson 9.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Benson
What an amazing way to spend a couple of hours in the sun great little boat!!!! very easy to use, very helpful staff to show us how to use the boat, highly recommend for days out with the children, my daughter...
Amazing kids had great time wonderful location staff friendly and helpful, definitely recomend we hired canoe but there are boats to hire also, great experience

Stanlake Park Wine Estate

Twyford, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Twyford
Great afternoon out, really interesting to understand the wine make process & great to taste as you go! Would definitely recommend.
It was great fun - she found the line between enough detail to be interesting and new to us all without too much depth that it was over our heads.

Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery

Henley-on-Thames 9.7 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
Fantastic experience and an amazingly well stocked shop where we spent far too much Highly recommended and just to add B&B available on site as well so if you do fancy more than just the tasting.
... tour the guide Pat was very knowledgeable about the set up, in fact Pat and his humor really made the tour a really great time, overall we had a great time and we learnt Alot bout wine making and beer making.

UK Wolf Conservation Trust

Beenham, UK 7.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Beenham
I'd highly recommend a visit here, specifically Howl Night.
As a family Christmas present we went to a ‘Howl night’ as my son had volunteered here last year.

The Museum of English Rural Life

Reading, UK 4.2 mi away
#2 of 71 things to do in Reading
There are wonderful collections of farm wagons, tools with information on their development, displays on rural skills from times gone by, interactive games for children and adults.
The story of English rural life is told through a wide range of exhibits from horse drawn wagons large and small, early steam and petrol vehicles agricultural impliments, and items used by country folk in everyday...

The Mill at Sonning Theatre

Sonning on Thames, UK 5.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Sonning on Thames
This is our third trip to combine a lunch and Matinee performance of an Agatha Christie thriller superbly directed by Brian Blessed.
The last play, "The Perfect Marriage," was, to use the old cliche, side-splittingly funny, the actors seeming to enjoy themselves as much as the audience So, if you want a good, relaxing night out at the theatre,...

Wellington Country Park

Reading, UK 9.4 mi away
#9 of 71 things to do in Reading
Bouncing pillows, lots of play parks , farm , water splash play area , sand play area , pirate ship , train ride , cars to ride on , dinosaurs and lots more We had such a fabulous time here.
... that’s all we were going to see but in fact we were given a map and found so many different play areas surrounding a beautiful lake and each area has something set up for all ages!! Our little one loved it!
#3 of 71 things to do in Reading
It was really lovely to come across something as interesting as this Roman amphitheatre and walls, well worth a visit if your in the area.
Nice walk on a sunny evening, my son enjoyed walking along here and reading the information along the way.

Dinton Pastures Country Park

Hurst, UK 7.8 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.
Also saw they served soya milk this is great for us as we have allergies to factor in although we took a picnic was pleasantly surprised to pop into the cafe for a ice cream we could all have!

Reading Station

Reading, UK 3.4 mi away
#10 of 71 things to do in Reading
The station is a very busy hub but is clean, has an array of shops and food outlets that allow you to pick up some last minute items for you trip, and very helpful staff.
great station staff really helpful plenty of machines to get your tickets so minimal wait escalators and information boards good and make navigating the station easy

Showcase Cinemas

Winnersh, UK 6.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Winnersh
Loved the recliner seats, spacious and comfortable, a space for the drinks.. the one thing that will make it even better is a space for the huge box of popcorn (; The sound was great and the picture quality was am...
Great place, plenty of parking, east admittance, very comfortable seats and great sound and screen, plenty of snacks too and alcohol if you want it.

Beale Park

Reading, UK 3.4 mi away
#7 of 71 things to do in Reading
... will love the birds and animals and adventure playgrounds and paddling pool. it a pleasant place for adults to walk round the water features visit the model boats and view the animlas at a more liesurely pace
There's a trail you can follow round, there's a big pirate ship park which includes a cafe and swimming pool and large play area for kids of any age, there's puzzles as you walk around which is fun for the kids.

Basildon Park

Reading, UK 3.9 mi away
#5 of 71 things to do in Reading
Particular worthy of mention are the delicious cakes and excellent coffee/tea available in the tea room inside ( jungle animal murals by Riddle ) or sit in outside court in fine weather.
Lovely place to visit great knowledgeable staff great coffee shop lovely gardens it should great at Christmas would love to live there

Caversham Court Gardens

Reading, UK 2.9 mi away
#8 of 71 things to do in Reading
The Friends of Caversham Court are a local group of wonderful volunteers who keep this place loved and nurtured.
Beautiful surroundings, a lovely place to relax by the river.

Bucklebury Farm Park

Bucklebury, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Bucklebury
Very good value at £34 for the family, tractor rides, deer safari, egg hunt, pat the pet, sheep feeding, pony grooming, soft play slides, outdoor playpark, buggy racing (for both older and younger kids), assault c...
Excellent day out at Bucklebury Farm, all the staff are friendly and polite, the animals are gorgeous of course, play equipment in good condition, the wild walk walk really good as wee went in the hide and had a r...

River & Rowing Museum

Henley-on-Thames 6.8 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
We found that this was a brilliant place to come on a winters day Rainy day or any day the exhibitions are brilliant wind in the willows so well done congratulations to the staff lovely coffee shop to sit and enjo...
With all the many great achievements reached by our river athletes and in the town where many of them built their skills and stamina this centre of excellence can be an enthralling experience for all ages.

Forbury Gardens

Reading, UK 3.5 mi away
#11 of 71 things to do in Reading
Away from Reading’s city centre, Forbury Gardens can be found: a relaxing, peaceful place experience can be enjoyed just watching the world go by in the sun (on a good day!).
In the centre, there is a most impressive Maiwand Lion proudly guarding the area and commemorating the loss of 286 soldiers at Battle of Maiwand in Afghanistan on the 27 July 1880 A great place to visit.

Madejski Stadium

Reading, UK 4.9 mi away
#13 of 71 things to do in Reading
For the Championship game against Rotherham, Reading Ladies football team were promoting the start of their season and I took a photo with them!
All around the stadium is great viewing angles of the pitch.

Thames Valley Police Museum

Sulhamstead, UK 5.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Sulhamstead
Overall an enjoyable hour learning about the history of Thames Valley Police, run by enthusiastic and knowable volunteers.
Fabulous evening at the Police Museum with 1st Aldermaston Scout Group

Henley Royal Regatta

Henley-on-Thames 6.8 mi away
#6 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
Temporary food courts are set up along the river, and we enjoyed the best G&T ever, with outstanding vendor food (we had the steak frites), at a long picnic table packed with rowing alumni, locals, and visitors li...
You can buy tickets for enclosures where who can eat and drink in an exclusive area or you can picnic along the river and bring your own refreshments.

Rosie's Chocolate Factory

Wargrave, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Wargrave
Thoroughly enjoyed this afternoon making chocolate bars, lollipop and truffles, Rosie's workshop was great fun, a lovely lady who encouraged everyone to express their self in their own way.
Family of four loved this activity, loved the sweet treats and found Rosie to be very welcoming.

West Berkshire Brewery

Yattendon, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Yattendon
We enjoyed sampling the beers/lagers and stayed on to have a tasty meal washed down with our favourite tipple!
Anyhow with the kitchen open in December and some lovely photos dropping on Facebook I told my girlfriend that it was time for us to visit... WOW! On our first visit we were blown away by the beautiful location, a...

The Hexagon

Reading, UK 3.4 mi away
#16 of 71 things to do in Reading
Lovely theatre - good atmosphere, intimate, great acoustics and light show, helpful and friendly staff.
Reading may need a bigger theatre, but this one is intimate, with a good atmosphere and sound quality.

Grey's Court

Henley-on-Thames 5.2 mi away
#4 of 20 things to do in Henley-on-Thames
The house has a very interesting history through the ages and guides which are passionate about providing an interesting story of the outstanding features of the house and discoveries of certain artifacts.A superb...
Highlights of our visit were three: (1) the enthusiasm and warmth of our NT guide during the garden tour; (2) the Chopin played by one of the NT volunteers in the drawing room on the grand piano; and (3) the walk...

Grosvenor Casino Reading South

Reading, UK 3.9 mi away
#19 of 71 things to do in Reading

Prince of Wales Pub

Caversham, UK 3.0 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Caversham

Loddon Brewery

Reading, UK 4.1 mi away
#35 of 71 things to do in Reading
... and we had a great time, the beer is top class, really good we tried 'Reading Best and Gorgeous George' had a great chat with Chris and the barman, the tap room is just like a pub, the best we have tried so far.
Stopped here for a drink, great tap room and plenty of places to sit, especially now they have added the decking.

The Living Rainforest

Newbury, UK 7.9 mi away
#9 of 29 things to do in Newbury
... being feed by the staff snakes / monkeys tree tropical plants/ fish / rays only enough to do for a few hours café for tea coffee ect gift shop you can sit in a picnic area on a nice day very very busy with sch...
As an educational charity, the Living Rainforest promote sustainable living as part of the way these amazingly important ecosystems dove-tail with our own small efforts against plastic, against pollution and pro-r...