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Hungerford Arcade is a famous antiques centre, often featured on televised antiques programmes. The building itself is beautiful and steeped in history dating back to the 1300s. It has approximately 115 stallholders, selling everything from as little as 50p to several thousand pounds!
26-27 High Street, Hungerford
National Trust property: Ashdown House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
National Trust property: Basildon Park - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
National Trust property: Runnymede - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Runnymede Estate Office, North Lodge, Windsor Road, Old Windsor,
Set in the grounds of Caversham Court Gardens.
The Tea kiosk overlooks the River Thames.
Serving fresh tea and coffee with Homemade cakes and biscuits
Run by 5 local charities and non profit making organisations.
They are League of Friends Royal Berkshire Hospital, Ways and Means Trust, WI, Sue Ryder, Garden cafe.
Caversham Court Gardens, Church road, Caversham, Reading
Exhibition and archive dedicated to the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA)
Our permanent exhibition honours the achievements of the Air Transport Auxiliary, and is home to a fabulous spitfire simulator!
Maidenhead Heritage Centre, 18 Park Street.
RedKangaroo houses a whole host of super-bouncy, super-sized trampolines plus more air-bound-activities than in any other UK park!
Visit RedKangaroo Trampoline Park to bounce around on wall-to-wall trampolines and try out exciting air-bound-activities! Remember though, we have more than just trampolines...
8 Bridgewater Close, Reading
Antiques & Flea Market selling a wide variety of goods including antiques, collectables, vintage, crafts and much more at reasonable prices. Our friendly sellers make it a nice experience. Cafe open all day and free entry. Well worth a visit.
Town Hall, High St, Hungerford
Multi attractions and zip wire
The Nature Discovery Centre is a great family day out!
There are two playgrounds aimed at different age groups, lakeside walks and duck feeding in the cooler months.
You can walk to the canal from the centre and the reedbeds, home of some very rare species are also part of this wildlife reserve.
The Rose is a 55’ wide beam boat that offers private charters and regular public trips along the canal for up to 50 people of all ages, able bodied and disabled.
When the thunder of the guns was finally stilled in and around the Falkland Islands on 14th June 1982, 258 families were left to count the terrible cost. They had lost sons, fathers and husbands in the fierce actions fought at sea, on land, and in the air.
Pangbourne College, Pangbourne
We are a well equipped soft play centre located in the heart of Newbury
We have the following facilities for you and your family to enjoy.
3 Tier climbing frame
A look out Tower.
Wonderland Soft Play
Things to do in Berkshire