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#1 of 13 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...
#3 of 13 things to do in Harpenden
... seem to have to have these days, but I would also wish to add a half star for the very good service - so all five are well-deserved and this is thoroughly recommended for a good, simple, straightforward meal.
I recall visiting here about 10 years ago and they had live music playing on a Thursday night.Today the exterior of the pub has changed with there being a beautiful display of flowers in baskets across the front.P...

St Albans Cathedral

St. Albans 4.6 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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Bhaktivedanta Manor

Watford 10.5 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Watford
Beautiful area Beautiful surroundings The temple is located within a large land with greenery Beautiful temple donated by George Harrison Worth visiting However accessories are very very expensive appalling experi...
There is also an on-site Bakery, Gift Shop (I bought some rose wood prayer beads, Veda - a Hare Krishna spiritual book & a vegetarian cookbook).

Cheslyn House & Gardens

Watford 10.1 mi away
#2 of 30 things to do in Watford
Beautiful stunning gardens with absolutely stunning flowers, well kept garden, nice bird Avery
It's a beautiful, tranquil place to see birds, beautiful flowers.

Ashridge Estate

Berkhamsted 10.2 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Berkhamsted
This is a wonderful place to visit at any time but on a sunny day, with the sun shining through the delicate green leaves and the bluebells with their beautiful hue and delicate perfume it seems like some kind of...
Beautiful walks - and always something different to see! Lots of parking and a lovely coffee shop with hot chocolate piled high with marshmallows!
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British Schools Museum

Hitchin 9.6 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Hitchin
Dating back to 1810 and demonstrating the vision of Joseph Lancaster's educational revolution this museum has some wonderful items and exhibitions which arouse many memories for some.
They do a great cuppa too in their small cafe and shop.. Very good for educational / school / scouting visits too.

Heartwood Forest

St. Albans 3.1 mi away
#4 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
We really enjoyed our family walk There is a good car park but it was almost full This is a great location for a walk with a wide selection of paths and trails to follow Some areas of the forest are well establish...
Heartwood is a fabulous facility, good car parking, a huge variety of trails and foot/bridle paths, excellent access for all users and a much needed initiative in this desperate time of climate change.

Verulamium Park

St. Albans 4.5 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
... ,we were lucky enough to book a talk on the hat industry in Luton ,the guide knew her subject and was very entertaining after this was an enjoyable visit to the tea room also very good .Agreat place to visit
All in all a successful afternoon, rounded off by drinks and cake (the toffee & coffee cake was particularly good and the children wanted more!) in the lovely atmospheric dining room.

Mardleybury Gallery

Datchworth 7.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Datchworth
We had the pleasure of finding this gem of a place, owners really friendly & informative, some lovely art work by lots of artists, highly recommend a visit, tea rooms next door very nice too, we will be back for s...
The arts and crafts gallery is a very friendly place to visit where you can wander around at your own pace, I felt really relaxed whilst looking at all the fantastic locally painted art and crafts such as hand mad...

De Havilland Aircraft Museum

London Colney 8.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in London Colney
Public access to most, cockpit / flightdeck access to some! Easy parking, souvenir gift shop, a little café etc A real gem just off the M25 - well worth a visit!
... even the ageing Trident and Comet, it is great to be able to take a step back in time, add to this friendly volunteers who are knowledgeable and able to answer any questions makes for an enjoyable day out.

Verulamium Museum

St. Albans 4.4 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...
Spent a really informative hour in this museum this afternoon.All you need to know about Roman Britain.The entrance fee is remarkably low and the adjoining car park is £1.60 for 3 hours.
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Fairlands Valley Park

Stevenage 9.5 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...
If you like wild life, take a stroll through the woods on the fringe of the park.In the Spring time it's full if bluebells,the rest of the year all manner of small mammals and birds can be seen.there
#2 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Oh, and as well as a goodie bag, you also get to take everything you bake home at the end of the day....make sure you clear your freezer out beforehand though as there's a LOT! Thanks for a great day!
We made a sourdough loaf, rye bread, a wholemeal loaf, malted sunflower and honey loaf, a pizza and focaccia , soda bread, an orange ring with poppy and sesame seeds and rock cakes.

Dunstable Downs

Dunstable, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Dunstable
The Cafe is superb and the home made sausage rolls and scones superb, cheerful staff, spotlessly clean, all ameneties, pots of tea, sitting outside is heaven, the shop is excellent purchase kites etc and run wild...
If you haven't visited the Dunstable Downs then it is definitely worth a trip..have been visiting the spot often.. wonderful views in summer and winter.. lovely place to walk.. great for kite flying or hand gliding.

Gadebridge Park

Hemel Hempstead 6.4 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Hemel Hempstead
On a sunny day, it's lovely to see family's enjoying the new facilities - especially the children paddling in the fountains.
Nice park and fields to stretch your legs, let's the kids play in the new and modern play area, rather colourfull flower displays.

Stockwood Discovery Centre

Luton, UK 4.5 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.

St Albans Clock Tower

St. Albans 4.6 mi away
#8 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
When it's open well worth a visit to the top & gain a wonderful view of the city & see St Albans from a totally different perspective!
Built between 1403 and 1412, the Clock Tower is the only medieval town belfry in England this is a must see.
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Partyman World Of Play

Stevenage 8.6 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Stevenage
We had my Son 5th birthday party there ....the staff were really helpful and catered to all our needs ....My sons and his 9 friends had so much fun and was stress free for me too ....Great place and reasonable pri...
Travis, our party host, was really enthusiastic and went the extra mile to make sure we had everything we needed and that all the kids had lots of fun.
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Grove Theatre

Dunstable, UK 8.7 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Dunstable
Second time of going to this small but lovely venue great atmosphere very much enjoyed by everyone the staff and crew work very hard to make this happen.
Book tickets for the November event before end of year and get £5 off each ticket.

Aylett Nurseries

St. Albans 6.4 mi away
#7 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
A superb range of stock- really big, healthy plants- very competitive prices and a knowledgeable, friendly team of gardening experts on hand to help with questions.
Ayletts is an excellent garden centre with extremely helpful and knowledgeable staff and a very good range of plants and almost everything you could possibly need for your garden.

Berkhamsted Castle

Berkhamsted 9.5 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Berkhamsted
A short walk away and you can be in the town to sample great food or in the opposite direction, great countryside for a walk in the Chilterns and all 30minutes by train from London Euston!
Berkhamsted station is located on the edge of the site and, as you watch the trains pass by, it’s hard to imagine that you’re standing where William the Conqueror once walked, or Edward, the Black Prince, lived.

St Albans South Signal Box

St. Albans 4.8 mi away
#9 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
It's free to visit but it's definitely worth making a donation for all the loving care and attention that has been put into this little gem.
The small model railway (with a James and a Percy engine) kept young children enthralled for ages.

Welwyn Roman Baths

Welwyn 6.3 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Welwyn
We spent a great hour or two in the steps of our Roman ancestors at this historic site It's highly educational and informative and well worth a visit.
Great hidden gem and well worth a visit if in Hertfordshire.

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Hemel Hempstead 5.4 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Hemel Hempstead
Lovely place to visit, we walked the labyrinth, explored the grounds and visited the temple - peace filled !
We first visited over the weekend and had a lovely walk around the temple and grounds.

Stanborough Park

Welwyn Garden City 6.2 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

Gordon Craig Theatre

Stevenage 8.8 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Stevenage
It’s a brilliant venue, with a great theatre and is always clean, tidy and well presented.
Dame Paul Laidlow and Aidan O'Neill aka butt man absolutely make this a fun and entertaining show.

Whipsnade Tree Cathedral

Dunstable, UK 8.1 mi away
#4 of 11 things to do in Dunstable
It is in the shape of a traditional medieval Cathedral – including a nave, chancel, Lady Chapel, Easter Chapel, cloisters – but it is made from trees, shrubs and plants.
The area gives children a great place to explore, and learn about nature, Disabled access can be made from the car park which is just off the road leading to the zoo.
#5 of 11 things to do in Dunstable
A lovely place to visit, it is full of history, beautiful, so peaceful and quiet, We could have spent a lot longer, but we will be back to explore
It is such a lovely place for remember acne Sunday and the decor inside really captures its Beauty Please do keep warm because it can get chilly in there