Don’t worry this isn’t my daily to-do list (which would be not only dull but remarkably similar day after day). This is my list of all the places I really want to visit and review for this site but haven’t been to yet. If you have already been and want to share your own review, or if there is somewhere you think I should add to this list just get in touch.
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Waterperry Gardens, Oxfordshire – ornamental gardens, plant centre, gallery and museum.
Bletchley Park – Milton Keynes. I’ve actually been here before but it was quite a while ago so I need to go back. Definitely worth the re-visit
Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Cambridge – These beautiful botanical gardens are just outside of Cambridge itself. Whilst not free, it’s £6 per person and children under 16 are free.
Runnymede and Ankerwycke, Surrey – The home of Magna Carta. Now a beautiful parkland setting.
The River and Rowing Museum, Henley – Dedicated to rivers and rowing as well as a fantastic Wind in the Willows exhibitions.
St Albans Museum and Gallery – Free to visit, this new museum and gallery has lots of events and exhibitions going on throughout the year.
Hellfire Caves, High Wycombe – A network of famous, man-made caves that are apparently haunted.
Castle Ashby, Northampton – beautiful gardens, a children’s play area and a menagerie.
Burghley House, Lincolnshire – It’s not as far as it sounds, it’s near Peterborough, and a truly grand estate. Tickets are valid for 12 months.
Wallingford Museum and Castle
Daventry Country Park, Northants. It has a lake, nature trail and AWESOME playground.
The beach at Frosts Garden Centre, Woburn Sands
Witley Court and Gardens, Worcester. A fantastic English Heritage property just under 2 hours from Aylesbury
Highclere Castle. AKA Downton Abey – Blue Peter badge holders get in for FREE.
Aldenham Country Park – Home to a lovely little farm and the Hundred Acre Woods.