Attractions

RSPB Lodge Nature Reserve

Opened in 1961, this woodland, heath and acid grassland reserve covers 180 hectares, and is being restored to form the largest stretch of heathland in Bedfordshire.

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Mill Green Museum

This quaint museum with three small exhibition galleries is housed in an old Mill dating back to the 16th century.

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Moggerhanger Park

A Grade I listed Georgian country house set in 33 acres of parkland.

Woodside Farm & Leisure Park

Get ready for an exciting and fun packed day when you visit the award winning Woodside Farm & Leisure Park,

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Shaw's Corner

Home to George Bernard Shaw for over 40 years, Shaw's Corner is a 1902 Arts & Crafts style house, set in an English garden.

Hatfield House

A fine Jacobean house and garden in a spectacular country setting plus Old Palace banqueting hall, the childhood home of Elizabeth I.

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Shepreth Wildlife Park

There are many different animals at Shepreth Wildlife Park just waiting to meet you.

Wimpole Estate

Situated eight miles south-west of Cambridge, at the Wimpole Estate you'll find a beautiful 18th century house, landscaped park, gardens and farm attraction, set in 2,500 acres.

Hertford Museum

Home to an extensive collection of over 60,000 interesting objects and exhibits, this is the place to visit to discover the history of Hertford.

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Scott's Grotto

Created in the 1760s by the Quaker poet and reformer, John Scott, this Gothic garden attraction consists of a series of interconnecting chambers and tunnels, with walls lined using flints, fossils,