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#1 of 10 things to do in Sunbury-On-Thames
There are plenty of friendly volunteers with extensive knowledge of the equipment as they help maintain it, including Ray (our tour guide).
Great home-made cakes and sausage rolls, friendly volunteers and guided tours of the engine.
#3 of 10 things to do in Sunbury-On-Thames
Very helpful and polite staff, great variety of slides, soft play, Toddler Town for up to 4 year olds, plenty of seating for parents and nice coffee too!
Particularly like that the little kids have their own area, separated from the more boisterous older kids.

St. James's Park

London, UK 14.1 mi away
#3 of 2,312 things to do in London
Stunning location in the heart of London right in front of Buckingham Palace a fantastic mix of flora fauna and wildlife spent many a happy hour feeding the very tame birds and squirrels don’t miss out on this bea...
Took the princess Diana memorial walk through the park to the palace Lovely to escape the huddle and Biddle of the city We saw squirrels and many bird life which my granddaughter really enjoyed Love gardens
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Hyde Park

London, UK 12.9 mi away
#7 of 2,312 things to do in London
Hyde Park is absolutely awesome Great for the following reasons Great location Clean Beautifully Green Beautiful landscaped Peaceful Great for jogging Great for cycling Take the family out for a picnic ?...
I would say highlights include the wiggly walk and Diana garden north of Kensington Palace, the Round Pond, the paddle boats on the river, Marble Arch, the central water fountains, the vista from the arch statue t...
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Natural History Museum

London, UK 12.1 mi away
#12 of 2,312 things to do in London
What an interesting place for whole family this is so much to see and do my grandson loved dinosaur exhibitions for all ages too and free entrance however we made donation excellent highly recommend if you visit L...
Stunning collection such a wide variety from animals to dinosaurs and world cultures all stored inside a beautiful building easy to get to and mist deffinatly worth a visit
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Richmond Park

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
The views , the deer, the ponds, the walks, the plants, the solitude, the other visitors and the very funny tourists, the amazing plants trees, ferns, flowers, a fabulous resource unlike any other park in the World!
... perhaps to see the swans at the Pen Ponds, the Isabella Plantation with its wonderful selection of plants or climb Poet's Corner with views (still) over to the City ... followed by a cream tea at Pembroke Lodge.

Kris Cruisers

Datchet, UK 9.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Datchet
The service from Kris Kruisers, the boat itself (perfect for us & our teenage daughter & young son) & the stunning scenery on our journey from Datchet to Abingdon (& return) was all faultless.
Very helpful on our return guiding the boat back into dock, will be definitely booking again for next year, fabulous boating holiday one of the best and we've been on a few

Bocketts Farm Park

Leatherhead 8.9 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Leatherhead
... fun huge indoor playground with looooong fun slides, indoor area where you can get intimate with small animals (mice, bunnies etc), a pedaling Go-Kart racing track (where both adults and kids can have fun raci...
Our personal highlights are: the slide in the soft play, interacting with the small animals, feeding the animals in the big barn, seeing the piglets, going on all the outdoor slides, the jumping pillows, the Maze...

Isabella Plantation

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 6.2 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
... sure you take your kids there in the summer holidays it is a lovely walk through the beautiful pond seating plants the whole atmosphere , it is stunning you can park at Ham gate and walk up , or at Pembroke Lodge
Worth a visit and to top it off at the end of the visit a lovely display of deer walking back up to the car park, as well as the sun setting over the trees, just brilliant!

Bushy Park

Hampton Hill, UK 2.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Hampton Hill
Easy parking perfect for children Lots of paths to explore Take a picnic Red Deer and Fallow wonder freely around Lovely ponds to walk around very rural aspect History once a hunting park for royalty
Parking is free and convenient for the café and to sit or walk around the lakes and there is a large playground with a good variety of equipment suitable for children of all ages and also a very big sandpit.
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Holland Park

London, UK 11.3 mi away
#67 of 2,312 things to do in London
You can find everything there; outdoor gym, opera in the summer, kids corner, tennis courts, Japanese garden, woods, large fields to play football, large chess board, rose garden, cricket area.... Also, nice crowd.
The For people who love walking and beautiful parks here - the memorable walk can begin at Hyde Park corner continuing Kesington gardens and walking all along the Kensington high street to reach here .
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RPG Transport & Tours

Acton, UK 9.5 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...

Battersea Park

London, UK 11.7 mi away
#78 of 2,312 things to do in London
Fantastic park with lots to do and see, there is a great little zoo, wonderful boating lake with reasonable prices, stunning peace pagoda to meditate or just relax, beautiful flowers and walkways so much space to...
Lovely walk through Battersea Park: sculptures by Moore and Hepworth, sports and play areas including Go Ape, open spaces, plenty of benches, rose garden, herb garden, fountains, Pagoda, Zoo and cafés.
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Great Cockcrow Railway

Chertsey 5.0 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Chertsey
Two different routes to ride around the beautiful sdrbery, cafeteria and picnic area.

Black Park

Slough, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Slough
Great for a leisurely walk or walking the dogs.Excellent Cafe does hot food and lots of ice cream.Very big car park and has a Go Ape facility and an adventure playground for young children.All in all a great day out.
this park backs onto Pinewood film studios and has been the backdrop for many film as well as several James Bond films it has a lake a play area for young children a cafe with a picnic area and is also the home of...
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Brooklands Museum

Weybridge 4.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Today the museum, with its iconic clubhouse, houses a superb collection of historic cars, aircraft and memorabilia plus a real Concorde – beautifully restored and offering a 'Concorde experience', where you can si...
We visited Brooklands on a sunny Sunday in November, and, as aviation enthusiasts and pilots, we were delighted by the depth of the exhibits, the knowledge of the volunteer staff, and the variety of aircraft on di...

York House Gardens

Twickenham, UK 4.9 mi away
#1 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
My son lives near York house and asked me to take his dog for a walk, the gardens have a most amazing waterfall with marble carvings dating back to 1909 lovely walks and ponds, and lots of squirrels all on the ban...
A local craft ale, named “Naked Ladies” is delicious and can be found on tap in The Fox pub in Church Street, and occasionally the bottled beer is available in the local shops.

London Museum of Water & Steam

Brentford, UK 7.9 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Brentford
Small but perfectly formed, it’s got loads for young children to do, informative staff, a great range of activities and a lovely cafe.
We spent an interesting couple of hours learning about the history of supply of clean water in London and how it is cleaned up.
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Windsor Great Park

Windsor, UK 8.7 mi away
#4 of 43 things to do in Windsor
From Saville Gardens and the Valley Gardens, for beautiful flowers and maintained gardens, to Virginia Water for lakeside walks, and the Deer Park for rugged beauty, forests, and epic statues and views.
One of the best places to visit the grounds are stunning the castle is unbelievable you pay for your ticket and you can gain entry as many times as you wish for the next year wonderful little town so many lovely p...
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Box Hill

Dorking 11.5 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Dorking
To get the best out of your visit I recommend you start at the bottom, from the Stepping Stones car park, or Westhumble train station and take the "challenging" climb to the top, via the stepping stones and "Jacob...
Run by the National Trust, there are many well maintained trails to walk along, from the Stepping Stones which take you down the hill and along the river, to the Natural Play trail which is for families along the...

Riverside Walk

Kingston upon Thames, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 35 things to do in Kingston upon Thames
Here you will find grassy areas for picnicking, kicking a ball about, walking the dog...., cool tree lined paths, tennis courts, an outside seating area cafe, the Boaters Inn (reasonable food, live jazz on a Sunda...
At different points you get to see so many views of houses, restaurants, boats passing and quiet tranquil areasa as well as busy areas too.

Nonsuch Park

Epsom 8.6 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Epsom
Nonsuch as such a lovely place to walk its always full of families with kids riding bikes or scooters, dog walkers and just people generally enjoying the great outdoors at any time of the year.
Its relaxing and has a lovely rose garden with plenty of seating.Lots of associated history and site of Henry VIII's palace it has a calm feel after a busy day out.

London Country Tours

Worcester Park, UK 8.2 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Worcester Park
My family and I had an amazing day trip with our driver and tour guide John! Friendliest and one of the funniest people I've ever met.
Hashmill customized the itinerary for me, giving me plenty of time to do what I wanted to do - from shopping to exploring Avebury and Stonehenge to visiting an amazing pub for lunch.
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WWT London Wetland Centre

London, UK 9.1 mi away
#167 of 2,312 things to do in London
Be prepared for a lot of walking but there are plenty of seating areas to rest, the cafe is at the entrance, but can be quite pricey, if you have children with you a picnic is a good idea, it is quite during the w...
A former reservoir in Barnes, West London, which has been turned into a welcome haven for a variety of bird life.
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Stamford Bridge

London, UK 11.0 mi away
#113 of 2,312 things to do in London
Excellent for atmosphere and the home fans use some very colourful and vibrant lyrics in the many and varied songs which are frequently sung!
Highly entertaining, end-to-end action, and a comfortable 2-1 victory for the home team after numerous missed chances.
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Richmond Theatre

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 6.2 mi away
#4 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
Both excellent shows with great numbers that the audience knew and sang along with.
We sat in the first row of the Dress Circle and had an excellent view.

Langley Country Park

Slough, UK 10.3 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Slough
This is a great park to vist plenty of places for a picnic there is a clean cafe that serves food and beverages, had a really nice little park for little one to safely play it is also gated, the gardens are lovely...
Temple gardens are wonderful - May best time to see the rhododendrons and azaleas - it is truly glorious - see photos on this site.

Northala Fields

Northolt, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Northolt
Lots of Interesting things for all, kids will just love the playgrounds, this is a treat for all ages with fishing, good place to run or just walking, perhaps a picnic or it's even got a nice cafe with some outsid...
Lakes where you can do fishing with a licence and general Walkways around the hills and up the Hills is just fascinating, great 4 exercises and great fun.

Kyoto Garden

London, UK 11.4 mi away
#76 of 2,312 things to do in London
... pond full of koi carp is a beautiful piece of Japanese culture brought to London - and only a short bus ride or walk to Japan House in Kensington High Street if you wish to continue to explore Japanese culture.
Today it is one of two Japanese gardens in Holland Park, with the addition of the Fukushima Memorial garden in 2012 which was gifted by the then Japanese ambassador to commemorate the gratitude of the Japanese peo...


Cobham 5.2 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Cobham
What a beautiful and tranquil place, immense views fantastic gardens and walks, excellent restored different array of buildings and grotto, take a picnic or eat there either way its a great place to visit, book a...
... eluding the fishermen, gasped in awe at the view from in the Gothic Tower, loved the Crystal Grotto and everything else we discovered at every turn and path including the vineyard and views of the River Mole.