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#2 of 12 things to do in Shepperton
From what started as a quick visit turned into three hours enjoying this very busy pub atmosphere and even joined in with the Quiz night entertainment.
The locals are extremely friendly and should anyone fancy themselves as quizzers a visit to the quiz night would be challenging.
#4 of 12 things to do in Shepperton

Windsor & Eton Brewery

Windsor, UK 9.7 mi away
#2 of 43 things to do in Windsor
A fab night out and the beer samples were all superb (glad i took the train) Paddy (guide/part owner) was extremely knowledgeable and passionate about what he does, an absolute must see in Windsor... will pop into...
Great tour very informative lots of great Ales to taste and my favourite larger .

Xscream Escapes

Ashford 1.9 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Ashford
Brilliant escape rooms with fantastic staff, we did bedlam this time round and it was a fantastic over experience from the theming to the atmosphere.
It was SO good!!! I’d highly recommend this as a birthday present or just to go to for fun!! Very stressful and tense but so worth it!!

The Musical Museum

Brentford, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Brentford
It has a great variety of music boxes, multiple generations of self-playing pianos, a concert hall with a wonderfully restored and functioning Wurlitzer organ, and so much more.
We loved the guided tour : we learned so many things about the past of home musical entertainment, from the early days of clockwork music boxes to the Pianola and the gramophone.

Battle of Britain Bunker

Uxbridge, UK 10.2 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Uxbridge
The visitor center is well laid out for both kids and adults with a good timeline explaining the creation of the bunker between the 2 world wars, the role it played in both the Battle of Britain and the D-Day land...
The Centre.has a Café, shop and is situated in beautifully manicured grounds and here again, are two full sized replicas of a Spitfire and Hurricane: a must visit Museum for both young and old alike.
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Containment

Worplesdon 11.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Worplesdon
Great fun, really Friendly staff, highly recommend, the bomb room was a blast , will deffo be going back to try the others
Both teams had a fantastic time, the puzzles were really well thought out and the staff were excellent at every step.

Windsor Castle

Windsor, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 43 things to do in Windsor
Had guest tickets so beat the queues but fantastic place to visit knowledgeable staff and very helpful beautiful grounds and views and well worth touring round windsor after visiting the castle
Walking through the history of the privilege and royals, fantastic place worth the entry fee The state apartments are truly magnificent and the furniture just great to take your time walking through.
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St. George's Chapel

Windsor, UK 9.3 mi away
#3 of 43 things to do in Windsor
... by Henry V111 for Catherine of Aragon, and the stunning stained glass windows of this amazing church, inside is the final resting place of the queen mother and princess Margret along with princess Charlotte.
Ticket in conjunction Windsor Castle(best to pre-book especially during busy periods), its easy to lose track of time whilst admiring every aspect of this beautiful building, architecturally perfect.
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Theatre Royal Windsor

Windsor, UK 9.4 mi away
#5 of 43 things to do in Windsor
I’m a big fan of theatre royal windsor, their shows are always amazing and have different verity that meets everyone taste, the latest shows I saw were Rain Man and Dick Tracy , the first had big actors names and...
Great to visit this beautiful theatre Went to see Fame the musical on thursday matinee performance The show was fantastic the girl who played Carmen was a great actor and had a wonderful singing voice also when th...
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Everyman Cinema

Walton-On-Thames 1.4 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Walton-On-Thames

Hen Corner

Brentford, UK 8.7 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Brentford
Would Highly recommend the course for anyone who loves baking- even if it is just for personal use..but if you want to have a business- Sara is the best person to learn from!(
Being in somebody's house creates a much more relaxed environment than learning in a college or commercial kitchen and because the group is so small you can ask loads of questions and get hands on help.

Richmond Theatre

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 7.7 mi away
#4 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
Our first visit to this delightful theatre, and enjoyed a matinee performance of "Peter Pan', together with many rowdy school children!!
Definitely one of the great things about Richmond, bringing to town a steady stream of high quality West End and other productions

Marianne North Gallery

Kew, UK 8.6 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Kew
Highlight of our trip to Kew with some 800 paintings of plants, landscapes and insects from around the world clearly labelled and displayed by country along with samples of woods found also.
The hundreds of botanical drawings by Marianne North are displayed in this purpose-built gallery within Kew Gardens which is free with entry to the main gardens.

Sipsmith Distillery

London, UK 10.7 mi away
#47 of 2,316 things to do in London
The talk was really informative, engaging and interesting and the gin delicious - we enjoyed four tasters throughout the evening: a dry gin, lemon drizzle gin, maple syrup gin, and finally a sloe gin.
It was a wonderfully informative and entertaining evening, due to the expertise, knowledge and wit of the charming Adam.
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London Museum of Water & Steam

Brentford, UK 9.4 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Brentford
The museum is hosted in a former (19th century) thames water pumping station and features a wide range of steam engines in perfect working condition, frequently demoed by volunteers, as well as a very interesting...
Love this place: huge steam engines often in steam; small railway outside for the kids to ride; good tearoom, Look out for special events - the model railways were awesome!
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London Bus Museum

Weybridge 2.8 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.
Situated within Brooklands Museum this place is so worth a visit everything from horse drawn omnibuses lovely to see all the old buses so lovingly restored

The Lightbox

Woking 7.0 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Woking
But as ever the highlights of any visit to the Lightbox are works from the Ingram collection itself, today some William Gears in a corridor; above all some marvellous Elisabeth Frink sculptures on the ground floor.
A good venue for a visit to discover the history of Woking and how it grew up around the railway and unique features such as the Mosque, Brookwood, Crematorium, Asylum etc. Allow at least 90 mins.
#3 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Brilliant day out, go racing around the track in a AMG and off-road in a 4x4, a must for petrolheads and visit their own cinemas to see the history of Mercedes and F1, and then pay a visit to the Brooklands Museum...
Had a tour , very interesting, both of us went out on the AMG circuit, great fun , Dad loved it , Then we had lunch up in there restaurant, over looking the circuit, our food was sport on , thanks to everyone, fro...

Rose Theatre Kingston

Kingston upon Thames, UK 6.0 mi away
#2 of 35 things to do in Kingston upon Thames
We went to see John Coghlans quo band was a great night small venue but really enjoyed the atmosphere staff were all young very friendly and helpful drinks a bit pricey
I went to see SIX a play about the Wifes of Henry VIII A 10 out of 10 musical worthy of the West End of London It was a musical full of vitality Don’t miss it

RPG Transport & Tours

Acton, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Acton
Rpg transport & tours owned & operated by Rey Gabres gave us a very organized city tour at our own pace yet seeing all the most important landmarks of London in a day plus shopping pa.
First time travel with RPG together some of my colleagues I expect more than I expected RPG gave us EXCELLENT journey with FLEXI PLUS like first class travel free foods on the lounge love it looking forward for an...

Craven Cottage

London, UK 11.1 mi away
#83 of 2,316 things to do in London
Been coming here since 1969 great location by the Thames with a great walk through bishops park, also great view for the boat race, lovely friendly ground as great views wherever you sit.
If you cannot get Premier league tickets but want to experience high quality English football, I highly recommend a match at Craven Cottage.

Strawberry Hill House & Garden

Twickenham, UK 5.7 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
Whisk your way from Waterloo to Strawberry Hill station and a 5 minute well signposted walk away will deposit you at a wedding cake confection of a stately home adjacent to St Mary's university.
... told that they have guided tours of the stained glass, which is particularly interesting and accessible) but there are five acres of garden (which is Grade II* listed!) that would be far better on a sunny day.

Epsom Playhouse

Epsom 8.8 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Epsom
My only gripe was the parking fees for the Ashley Centre Car park which was £20 as we spent a whole afternoon there, doing some shopping and lunch before the theatre.
All the staff were friendly and helpful from picking up the tickets, having a drink to being shown our seats.

World Rugby Museum

Twickenham, UK 6.1 mi away
#3 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
You can combine your museum visit with a stadium tour, which is also excellent and well worth doing but as I'd already done that, it was just the museum on this trip.
Young or old this is the place to go for learning interest great hands on and memorabilia to see and do in an inspiring venue
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Brooklands Museum

Weybridge 2.8 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
The museum is a great place for all ages , it has endless displays of cars, bicycles, motorbikes , the aviation collection is incredible and to be able to walk on the famous banked track is memorable.
From the curves of the race track, the hill climb, the historic work of Barnes Wallace... Vickers and the mindblowing aircraft.. 100 years between two transatlantic icons.. concorde... good food, lots activities f...

The National Archives

Richmond, UK 9.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Richmond
Wonderful welcome, free car parking lovely walk to the door by the ponds with two beautiful swans with their family of two.
The venue itself had an informative and interesting display on the Cold War years which evoked many memories and made us realise what goes on in our name behind closed doors in government circles.

The Light Cinema Addlestone

Addlestone 2.5 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Addlestone
Last minute cinema trip! Brand new Cinema, hassle free integrated multi storey car park which is free for 3 hours (validate ticket in cinema foyer).
Laura helped us sort our tickets, figure out the car parking situation and helped us when we over indulged with snacks by taking them to our seats.

New Victoria Theatre

Woking 7.1 mi away
#3 of 27 things to do in Woking
Visited this theatre for the first time last night and was highly delighted with the ease of parking, easy theatre access, but most Importantly, the comfort of the seating and the great stage view.
Great schedule of events and probably the most comfortable theatre ever - saw Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake and it was brilliant, and the whole experience was superb.

Windsor Royal Station

Windsor, UK 9.4 mi away
#7 of 43 things to do in Windsor
This is also a very busy and bustling place that has a great atmosphere, especially at lunchtime and is a great place to come and have lunch and watch the tourists whizzing past.
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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