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#1 of 11 things to do in Hook
... great she got to hold a baby goat and feed them as well as take the lovely tuppence for a walk, Julie was great and answered any questions asked would definitely recommend for animal lovers and a great price too
We had a lovely walk with our Gabrielle, who was just beautiful, and spent a great couple of hours here, cuddling the baby goats, learning about the alpacas and just generally having a great time.
#1 of 2 things to do in Sherfield On Loddon
I saw a fb offer to go for £5 and this is well worth that...plus if you pay an extra £1 you can come and go all day...which is good if you live near by or want to squeeze in lunch then come back or have a picnic t...
Taking early retirement and my team organised crazy golf ️ and we had great fun.
#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!

Eastrop Park

Basingstoke 4.2 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
Eastrop Park is a great place for all ages, it has a lovely park for the kids and boating lake, little paddle pool, plenty of space around the park, great place to picnic and throughout the year has things going on
For the youngest - Paddling Pool - Play area For Adults / Teenagers - Trim trail - Motor boat club - Bandstand And everyone can enjoy the cafe, boating lake , nature walk and wildlife.

The Museum of English Rural Life

Reading, UK 9.4 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.
Really great place for finding out about the rural history of the country from farm wagons to basketmaking to farming the land and back again!

Fleet Pond

Fleet 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...

Dinton Pastures Country Park

Hurst, UK 10.7 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

Wellington Country Park

Reading, UK 3.9 mi away
#9 of 71 things to do in Reading
Our ist visit to this beautiful park , we as Grandparents with our 5yr old Grandaughter who loved everything from the Adventure Playground which is fab, Feeding the farm Animals was great, we all enjoyed the Minia...
they have some much to do for little ones, we brought our two grandchildren aged 2 and 4, they loved the whole weekend, they even have a deer park, magic, I would recommend this park, its clean and well organised,...

Miller's Ark Animals

Hook 3.4 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Hook
Where else can you wander around unrestricted among the Ducks, Dogs and Cats, get in and cuddle the Donkeys, Pigs, Goats and Sheep and to sit with the Guinea Pigs, Rabbits and hug a Duck or Baby Chick or two.
I ahd cudddles with baby goats in adorable jumpers, a baby sheep, a lovely great dane puppy, guinea pigs, duckilngs and baby donkeys.

Showcase Cinemas

Winnersh, UK 9.9 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...
It was amazing we watched cats the drinks I thought were the right price and really good options popcorn and sweets and drink

Leisure Matters

Eversley 6.5 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.
#3 of 71 things to do in Reading
You can walk along the wall to a local church that sometimes has tea and cake for sale.
Silchester is an interesting site, personally I would suggest you walk from the car park to the other side of the walls and then follow the signs to the amphitheatre.

The Vyne

Sherborne St. John 2.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Sherborne St. John
I love visiting National Trust places, especially those associated with Grand Tourists that visitid Italy in the 17th-18th centuries and brought back home beautiful souvenirs with Venecian landscapes, ancient Roma...
An excellent National Trust property with a fine historic house, fine flower gardens, a walled vegetable and flower meadow garden, a lake, a bird hide and a series of walks around the wooded grounds.

Milestones Museum

Basingstoke 5.2 mi away
#3 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
Brilliant place to visit lots to see somethings remember from childhood well put together have lots of themed things going on Christmas time is lovely Edwardian costumes gets you into the Christmas spirit
The museum is well laid out with great interaction from the pleasant and approachable staff, lots to see and do, an ideal location for school trips and a glimpse back at yesteryear We will be happy to come back an...

Caversham Court Gardens

Reading, UK 10.4 mi away
#8 of 71 things to do in Reading
Beautiful surroundings, a lovely place to relax by the river.
From march - october everyday except a monday a Charity tea kiosk is open

Forbury Gardens

Reading, UK 9.9 mi away
#11 of 71 things to do in Reading
... lives in the two Great Wars, the large Lion on it’s plinth dedicated to those from the Berkshire Regiment who lost their lives during the Afghan Wars of the 1800s and of course the more modern memorial to Troo...
Located just a minute or so from Reading town, Forbury Gardens is a perfect place to spend a lunch hour, a quick 5-minute rest or a longer picnic.

The Anvil

Basingstoke 4.6 mi away
#2 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
... Nicola Benedetti and the super Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by the acclaimed Marin Alsop both of whom, talented as they are, retain a genuine humility and great connection with the audience.,
Access was easy from both the station and shopping centre car parking, and from initial entry, every thing about the place had an excellent feel.

Reading Museum

Reading, UK 9.9 mi away
#6 of 71 things to do in Reading
Up stairs the first floor has a reproduction of the Bayeux tapestry, and upstairs again there is a wonderful collection of old biscuit tins in the Huntley and Palmers gallery.
The tea room serves outstanding cakes and other goodies and the gift shop is amazing!

Odiham Castle

North Warnborough 4.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in North Warnborough
... day to enjoy while imagining how this castle looked back in time, the castle is on the same pathway as the canal which is also a lovely walk, you can hire a little boat to use up the canal at a reasonable cost.
Enjoyed a family lunch and some of us went for a stroll and found Odiham castle, what a little gem, sadly most of the family were interested in their beers than sharing this experience with us.

Skizone

Basingstoke 5.6 mi away
#6 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
They each had a turn at skiing and then fun on the sledges, a great time was had by all, and to see the birthday girl so happy and listening to the squeals of laughter from them all was great.
Excellent way to prepare for your skiing holiday...

California Country Park

Finchampstead, UK 7.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Finchampstead
We went for a lovely walk here today - a great path around the lake which is well populated with ducks etc. Lovely place for dog walking and lots for young families to do
Visited this place with my two Grand kids the other day and thought it was great, ther is a big Paddling pool (which you have to pay £2.50 per child) swings, slides etc a nice Cafe and nice walks around the Lake.

My River Cruising

Caversham, UK 10.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Caversham
We traveled mostly down river to Windsor and the views included magnificent homes, meadows, and open countryside.The great length of the boat for just the two of us had us a little concerned but Rob offered us som...
The weather was sunny but cold at night so the Wood-burner came into use and kept us all toasty at night.Thank you the My River Cruising Team - especially Jane who was so helpful during the booking process and hel...

Mad Hatters Pottery Painting Cafe

Tilehurst, UK 9.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Tilehurst
We pre-booked a table for 11am for my friends toddler aged 16months & our rescue dog to make unique Christmas Decorations - really enjoyable couple of hours painting, chatting and catching up with my friend who dr...
It’s a lovely family friendly place with lovely staff and a great atmosphere.

Madejski Stadium

Reading, UK 7.7 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!
Don't use 1st car park you come to £10.

Jake's @ Tri-Lakes

Sandhurst, UK 9.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Sandhurst
Incredible interactive zones coupled with a petting farm in a clean well presented environment was fantastic.
Wonderful place to take your children/grandchildren, lots to do plenty of small animals to be handled, goats,sheep, pigs,ponies and chikens to fee.

Crabtree Plantation

Basingstoke 4.1 mi away
#10 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
It a lovely and beautiful plantation.The family likes visiting and the kids loves riding their bikes in the woods whiles exploring.There is a free car park at the entrance and a land paying are for the kids as well.
Both sides have optional extra bits and tons of other dog walkers to annoy with your mutt! :-)

Festival Place Shopping Centre

Basingstoke 4.6 mi away
#7 of 28 things to do in Basingstoke
Visited the centre today, it is huge with every shop you could need, they have guides to show you where to find shops, car park is huge also, lots of food restaurants.
Lots of amazing shops such as TK Maxx, Primark, H&M, New Look, Debenhams, Boots, WH Smith, Hotel Chocolat and that is only the main ones.

Horseshoe Lake Activity Centre

Sandhurst, UK 9.0 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Sandhurst
The views are to die for, watching the sunset is a must for all you romantics at heart, take a picnic to make it extra special or show the kids the and have a picnic with them.
I Had a great day with a group of friends having a picnic and hiring paddle boards and kayaks.

Basing House

Old Basing 3.5 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Old Basing
This place is really worth a visit, there is a lovely walk around the ruins of a beautiful palace/ hill fort.
... county to get there ( I exaggerate a little) but still a lovely walk through what seemed like butlins on this sunny Sunday in early September (it was a pub) before you get to the barn where you get your ticket.

Lockey Farm

Reading, UK 7.6 mi away
#24 of 71 things to do in Reading
Children enjoy very much of this place, has great value for farm animals, offers free coffee, and a little organic shop inside.
There's also a nice little farm shop with local meat from the farm and lots of other treats you can buy to take home with you.