We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Relevance
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Kings Langley. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Kings Langley.
#3 of 6 things to do in Kings Langley
On show during our visit were: goats; calves;baby cows; owls of several different types; mongeese; piglets; ducks; chickens; lambs; shetland ponies; rabbits; guinea pigs, tortoises to name but a few.
I went with a friend and my three year old Granddaughter one Sunday afternoon just to pass a few hours.

Bekonscot Model Village

Beaconsfield, UK 10.8 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Beaconsfield
Family day out with grandchildren, this has to be one of the best model villages, excellent models, well laid out and beautifully maintained, a lovely ride on railway, excellent cafe and picnic area and play facil...
There are boating lakes with moving boats, little rivers and canals, working ski lifts and gondolas, an air field, a mine with working machinery, circus, fairground, churches and schools and collages and everythin...
#1 of 2 things to do in Leavesden
Visited in July, staff friendly and well organised tour, loved the whole experience, a must see for the Harry Potter fan, but great fun for everyone, lots of interactive things to do, very informative on how the f...
My partner brought me here for my bday treat and was best day ever loved every minute and was a hot sunny day so just wonderful Loved the gift shop and even had bday present brought from here Planning to come back
See 7 Experiences

Cassiobury Park

Watford 4.1 mi away
#3 of 30 things to do in Watford
I love this park, it’s got everything for all ages, Great for a day out, picnic spots, river walk, canal walk, it’s lovely to see the longboats Great amenities for kids, splash pools, with Cafe, plays areas, with...
Acres of park from wetland wilderness for the animals, fields to sit and picnic, woods to climb trees, bluebells and ducks, canal boats on the Grand Union Canal, the river Gade and the weir.

Bhaktivedanta Manor

Watford 5.9 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...
You can also buy delicious treats at Rhadarani`s Gift Shop and also religious beads, necklaces, freshly rolled incenses, flower scents, saris, iconography related to Hare Krishna and much more.
#2 of 15 things to do in Tring
Was simply amazed how good this place is!! Loads of amazing examples of all sorts of animals, they ask for a donation to help maintain the museum, well worth a visit!
Went with my friend and her 2 young children and had a great couple of hours , very enjoyable and fascinating , kids loved it and best of all it was free .Will definatly go again

Verulamium Park

St. Albans 5.0 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...
See 1 Experience

Ashridge Estate

Berkhamsted 9.0 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Berkhamsted
Accommodates everybody - walks for all abilities - The view from the top of the monument on a clear day is awesome, Theres a lovely cafe on site with a national trust shop next to it, Bluebells fab every year, wil...
Nice relaxing walks through the woods Weekends thereis normally an ice cream Free parking Dogs allowed Great picnic area As a piece of general knowledge this area was used as a hospital for troops wounded at Dunki...
See 1 Experience

Cheslyn House & Gardens

Watford 3.1 mi away
#2 of 30 things to do in Watford
It usually is the best place for snowball fights (as long as it actually snows), playing with autumn leaves or just having a picnic on a summery day.
It's a beautiful, tranquil place to see birds, beautiful flowers.

Ruislip Lido Railway

Ruislip, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Ruislip
The fare is very reasonable and the journey is lovely- travelling at a reasonable speed through the beautiful countryside.
This is a really lovely little railway line providing a fun and novel way to reach the lido from the car park.
#3 of 15 things to do in Tring
There are always plenty of things to see whatever the season,migrating birds(a few rarities) wild flowers and if you are lucky even a polecat.There is a small cafe to relax in after a walk round the reserve.
Parking is easy and a £3 donation is requested(well worth it) There is a visitor centre as you enter, which sells books, ornaments etc.

Amersham Memorial Gardens

Amersham, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Amersham
Every year you can see commissioned oriental structures combined with floral displays .Whether you visit for the peace and quiet to gather your thoughts,Rememberance Sunday,or in summer months you can picnic whils...
All year round these Memorial Gardens provide a fantastic, colourful display in a tranquil setting next to the beautiful St Mary's Church in the historical Amersham Old Town.

Ivinghoe Beacon

Aldbury 11.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Aldbury
... between steep banks of chalk and flint and beech trees typical of the area) Aldbury is a highly picturesque west herts village complete with old flint church, village pond and recently restored timber stocks.
Starting point of the Ridgeway walk, but we always do a short circular 4 miler around the local area, encompassing the summit itself, across some fields, through the woods and back to the car park.

Heartwood Forest

St. Albans 7.8 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...
Stunning walks, maps are available near the car park, and paths are nice and wide, the bluebell woods are beautiful in April/May.

Pinner Memorial Park

Pinner, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Pinner
... colourful birds in cage, museum, greenery, big old trees, kids play area, toilets (in cafe), nice cafe with good tasty food, Lots of open as well as shaded area for every weather, close to Pinner high street.
A great playground, gorgeous duck pond and fountain, a great cafe, and beautiful trees and grass to sit on in the summer.

Gadebridge Park

Hemel Hempstead 3.2 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Hemel Hempstead
The Old Town Hall has free maps of High Street showing historical markers that share stories otherwise unknown.
As well as the beautiful parkland there is a small children's playground for the young ones and skateboard track for the older ones.

Stockwood Discovery Centre

Luton, UK 10.6 mi away
#2 of 21 things to do in Luton
The stables remain and contain very interesting natural and period history objects from fossils, Roman, medieval and Victorian eras.
Very Clean and tidy, I really wanted to peek in the green houses but they were closed, a great day out royal carriages, gypsy caravans and Local history, it a fun family day out

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Great Missenden, UK 11.0 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Great Missenden
... my 7yr loved it it's a great insight into an amazing writer who captures the imaginations of kids the world over there are baby changing facilities a nice cafe for cake and tea story telling it really is a must!
The various activity rooms, displays, shop and cafe really are impressive and we would thoroughly recommend a visit to the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to both big kids and little kids alike.

Aylett Nurseries

St. Albans 4.1 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.

Verulamium Museum

St. Albans 4.9 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...
revealing burial and religious practices, etc. Well worth the inexpensive entry fee, and you can even get a "treasure hunt" museum guide to help engage any little ones you might be bringing along.
See 1 Experience

Ruislip Lido

Ruislip, UK 8.5 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Ruislip
Boathouse Woodland Centre Fishing Play areas and beach Mini gauge railway Feeding the birds and ducks Outdoor gym and running Parking Kiosk Lakeside cafe The main car park, is situated at the end of Reservoir Road...
This is one of my favourite places in the world, it has something for everyone, whether you want to chill in front of the scenic views of the lake and the woodlands with a drink, or go back to your childhood as yo...

Willows Activity Farm

London Colney 7.4 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in London Colney
Great day out, once you are in all the activities are included in the price like panning for gold, soft play area, magic shows, tractor ride etc, we picked a pumpkin as part of the pumpkin festival.
... pick what ever they wanted, good quality toys, the decorations were lovely and magical we created a cuddle, and those bears are lovely and soft, decorated a gingerbread man, wrote a letter to Santa, it really ...

De Havilland Aircraft Museum

London Colney 7.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in London Colney
... 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.
Alongside the Biggles and Battle of Britain atmosphere there is a vast collection of aircraft and memorabilia from a different age which is being lovingly preserved.

Wendover Woods

Wendover, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Wendover
Great place very beautiful always go up when the bluebells are out it’s absolutly wonderful.Great for children lovely to take a picnic have been going up there and enjoying it since 1970 with my children My childr...
The car park you do have to pay for however £2.20 for two hours is very reasonable considering the car parking is excellent, the walks are amongst the best woods and setting we have been to.

Chiltern Open Air Museum

Chalfont St. Giles, UK 6.8 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Chalfont St. Giles
... less and there were few if any re-enactors / activities the day I went but there are animals, woodland walks, a cafe, farm buildings, a thatched cottage, chapel, prefab, beautiful toll house and plenty more.
From the lovely lady in the 1940 prehab who happily showed us the bygone kitchen gadgets to the gentlemen in the barn who mesmerised my 8 year old with water boatmen , snake skin and badger skulls, their patience...

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

Dunstable, UK 10.2 mi away
#3 of 11 things to do in Dunstable
Brilliant zoo large enclosures.. animals seem relaxed and happy... had a beautiful day loved the butterfly house the tigers and the lions... be prepared to get your walking boots on as the zoo is massive!!
Spent today there with our nearly three year old grandson What a wonderful setting and great zoo Penguin pool truly amazing landscape Loads of attractions, play park areas and great picnic areas Displays were very...
See 1 Experience

Bushey Rose Garden

Bushey 6.2 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Bushey
This garden is so well kept and has many types of roses and other plants, the lawn is perfect for a little picnic and always local friendly faces around.
Supported by lottery funds volunteers work hard to help maintain this beautiful oasis which is such a blessing for our community and for our visitors

St Albans South Signal Box

St. Albans 5.7 mi away
#9 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Every volunteer we spoke to was friendly and very knowledgeable and happy to have a chat, the little refreshment hut was a real bonus with a lovely cup of tea and even free juice and a biscuit for the boys.
Our tip would be to bring some small notes/change - you might like to buy a card, a t-shirt, a cuppa and make a donation too...... Thank you for a lovely afternoon out - we will definitely be back.

Battle of Britain Bunker

Uxbridge, UK 12.0 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Uxbridge
Excellent guides from the museum really make the place come alive though with vignettes and stories of heroism and sacrifice.
This is a great place to visit if you are interested in WW11 history, the volunteers that run this venue are very knowledgeable & there is so much to look at it is hard to believe.
See 1 Experience
#4 of 21 things to do in Luton
There's a range of animals such as llamas, goats, chickens, sheep to feed along with more exotic creatures to view from a distance including flamingos and lemurs.
Really really enjoyed our time today, all the animals are so well looked after and so friendly they all want cuddles and loved that the farm do a little talk and let the children hold small animals my 2 year old l...