Top recommeneded places to visit in Hertfordshire

Lego Land

Play your part at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort with over 55 interactive rides and attractions. Fly through the treetops to escape fearsome dragons, ride the thrilling rapids with a Viking Fleet or join LEGO® divers on a magical underwater adventure on Atlantis Submarine Voyage.

Thorpe Park

Thorpe Park is the UK's most thrilling theme park with incredible rides including Slammer,SAW - The Ride, and Tidal Wave. There's an “unholy trinity” of fantastic roller coasters, 10-looping Colossus, the heart pounding Nemesis Inferno and Europe's tallest fastest launched roller coaster, Stealth. New for 2012, ride winged rollercoaster The Swarm!

Windsor and Eton Brewery

79 years after the closure of Windsor’s last brewery, we are delighted to be bringing brewing back to Windsor. Our brewery is within sight of Windsor Castle and we hope that our ales will prove to be a great hit for locals and many of the 17 million visitors who come to Windsor and Eton each year.

Kenwood House

Kenwood House is an idyllic cream mansion on north London's Hampstead Heath. View paintings by Rembrandt, Turner and Gainsborough left by the first Earl of Iveagh in 1927. A walk across the heath provides spectacular views of London.

St Albans

St Albans stands out as a unique English Cathedral City. The city’s colourful history can be seen in the Roman remains and the beautiful medieval architecture. There are lush green parks and countryside, a buzzing metropolis, excellent attractions and interesting and ancient history

St Albans Cathedral

This is the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain. It stands over the place where Alban, the first martyr, was buried after giving his life for his faith over 1700 years ago - more than 200 years before St Augustine arrived in Canterbury.

Woburn Abbey

Woburn Abbey, set in a beautiful 3000 acre deer park and home to The Dukes of Bedford. Discover Woburn Abbey, Gardens, Deer Park and Antiques Centre

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

A short break destination in South East England combining 1,000 years of history, contemporary shopping,  and fine dining with sports, leisure activities and events.

Maidenhead Railway Bridge

The two brick arches of Maidenhead Railway Bridge have connected Bray and Boulter's Locks since 1838. Try out the impressive echoes in the "sounding arch" that crosses the Thames, designed by world-famous engineer and railway pioneer Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Maidenhead Farmers Market

Those of you who are yet to be convinced about the merits of farmers' markets should visit Maidenhead Farmers' Market, held on Groves Road. It's one of the town's most reliable addresses for fresh, locally produced treats and savoury delicacies

Maidenhead Heritage Centre

The town centre's Maidenhead Heritage Centre holds exhibitions delving into local history from 100AD to the present day. Pick up cards, books and prints from the shop or drop in for a talk on Maidenhead's royal connections and juicy local scandals

Theatre Royal Windsor

Nestling in the shadow of Windsor Castle is the Theatre Royal Windsor. Opened in 1910, the theatre's repertoire is wide, ranging from the classics and traditional pantomime to productions of new work that often transfers to the bright lights of the West End

Windsor Castle:

Semi-State Rooms

The private apartments created by George IV at Windsor Castle are officially known as the Semi-State Rooms and can be viewed during the winter months. The King was renowned for his impeccable taste, love of fine objects and theatrical flair

Changing of the Guard

The Changing of the Guard is a highlight of any visit to Windsor Castle. Watch the guards as they march up the High Street into the castle and see the "changing" ceremony outside the Guardroom in the Castle's Lower Ward

Royal Windsor Horse Show

Windsor Home Park hosts some of the most spectacular family entertainment the equestrian world has to offer. The Royal Windsor Horse Show features showjumping, a gymkhana, carriage driving and more, all in front of the magnificent backdrop of Windsor Castle

Windsor Contemporary Art Fair

Art lovers faithfully gather for the annual Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, held at the Royal Windsor Racecourse. Photography, paintings, drawings, limited-edition prints, sculptures and glasswork by over 100 exhibitors are on display

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