Eton College                                                     Eton                                               www.etoncollege.com
Founded by King Henry VI in 1440, Eton College is one of the oldest schools in the country. The historic buildings of this Foundation are an integral part of the heritage of the British Isles and visitors are invited to experience and share the beauty and traditions of the College. Open for casual visitors between 24th March to 30th September 2007 (daily guided tours at 14.15 & 15.15) and all year round for pre-booked groups.
Easily accessed by road or rail and a ten minute walk from Windsor Castle.

Ashdown HouseLambourn, NewburyHistoric House and Garden
This extraordinary building with a dolls'-house appearance nestles in a beautiful valley on the Berkshire Downs, surrounded by woodland.

Basildon ParkLower Basildon, ReadingHistoric House and Park
This impressive Georgian mansion, surrounded by glorious parkland, was lovingly rescued from ruin by Lord and Lady Iliffe in the mid 1950s, when they restored the elegant interior and scoured the country salvaging 18th-century architectural fixtures and fittings. They filled their comfortable new home with fine paintings, fabrics and furniture, which can still be enjoyed by visitors today. There are waymarked trails through the historic parkland and gravel paths around the gardens. Why not visit our 'on location' exhibition and find out what goes on behind the scenes?

Coral Reef WaterworldBracknellSwimming
Coral Reef Bracknell's Water World is a tropical paradise providing fun for all the family. There are three giant water slides and other water features including the wild water rapids, erupting volcano, firing cannons, squirting snakes and bubbling spas.

Donnington CastleNewburyCastle
The striking twin-towered 14th-century gatehouse of this castle, later the focus of a Civil War siege and battle, survives amid impressive earthworks.

Englefield House & GardenEnglefield GreenHistoric House and Garden
The formal garden was laid out in the 17th century and the terraces and stone staircases were built in 1860. The woodland and water garden on the hill above the house was designed and planted in 1936. In 1976 the formal planting and gravel paths were removed from the terrace and a new planting scheme was put in place with the assistance of Lanning Roper. There is a small garden especially created for children where four little statues conceal hidden jets of water. The walled kitchen garden is planted with fruit trees, a large selection of vegetables, herbs, salads, roses, lavender and sweetpeas.

Kennet Horse Boat Co. LtdNewburyBoat Trip - Cruise
Savour the gentle pace of a canal trip aboard the Kennet Horse Boat Company's traditionally styled horsedrawn and motorised day trip boats on the Kennet and Avon Canal. The Horsedrawn Barge operates from Kintbury, daytime only. The Motor Barge operates from Newbury Wharf, daytime/evening.

Lookout Discovery Park, TheBracknellTheme Park
Interactive Hands-On science fun for all the family! Set in 2,600 acres of woodland. Free children’s outdoor play area, parking, coffee shop, gift shop, walks and bicycle hire.

Mapledurham House and WatermillReadingHouse
Away from the distractions of town, business or busy hotels, Mapledurham is an oasis of peace, natural beauty and history which can be an ideal setting for small conferences, business meetings or corporate events. The grounds are ideal for parties, weddings and outdoor activities. Activities within Mapledurham Estate can include clay pigeon shooting, archery, quad biking, and horse riding.

Museum of Berkshire AviationWoodleyAir Museum / Airport
Berkshire's dynamic contribution to aviation history is graphically re-captured at the museum. Run as a charitable trust, the museum is at the historic site of Woodley Airfield, near Reading, U.K. - once the centre of a thriving aircraft industry. Miles and Handley Page aircraft built at Woodley are being re-constructed and exhibited along with fascinating pictorial records and priceless archives. The museum welcomes group visits and runs an active educational programme for schools, linked to National Curriculum requirements, demonstrating the development of aviation techniques.

Runnymede is a famous historical site which witnessed, in 1215, King John's sealing of Magna Carta. Set within the beautiful natural landscape are various memorials by Maufe, Jellicoe and Lutyens. The memorials commemorate moments in world history and provide the perfect countryside setting in which to remember and reflect.

Savill GardenWindsorGarden
Magnificent landscaped 35-acre woodland garden within Windsor Great Park. Spectacular Spring displays; sweeping Summer herbaceous borders; formal rose beds; fiery Autumn colours; misty Winter vistas; landscaped temperate house and Golden Jubilee Garden.

Ascot RacecourseAscot
Beale ParkReading
Bracknell Tourist Information CentreBracknell
Bucklebury Farm ParkBucklebury
California Country ParkWokingham
Dorney CourtWindsor
Frogmore HouseWindsor
Highclere Castle and GardensNewbury
Household Cavalry MuseumWindsor
Lambourn Trainers AssociationLambourn
Living Rainforest, TheHampstead Norreys, Nr Newbury
Natural GardenHighclere
Newbury RacecourseNewbury
Newbury Tourist Information CentreNewbury
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) Museum of TechnologyAborfield
St George's Chapel, Windsor CastleWindsor
Taplow CourtTaplow
Thames River CruiseCaversham, Reading
Trilakes Animal Park and FisherySandhurst
Welford ParkNewbury
Wellington Country ParkRisely
Windsor CastleWindsor

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