The following attractions are located within 15 miles of RG30:
Away from the distractions of town, business or busy hotels, Mapledurham is an oasis of peace, natural beauty and history. Mapledurham House, still the home of the descendants of the original family, is an Elizabethan Manor House situated beside the Thames and sheltered by the Chiltern Hills, visitors can enjoy the collection of portraits, furniture, the great oak staircases and original plaster ceilings.
Entrance fee: £6 / £3 (House & Garden)
The Museum of English Rural Life was founded by the University of Reading in 1951 to reflect and record the changing face of farming and the countryside. It houses Designated collections of national importance that span the full range of objects, archives, photographs, film and books.
Entrance fee: £1
18th-century country house set in extensive parklandThis beautiful Palladian mansion was built in 177683 by John Carr for Francis Sykes, who had made his fortune in India. The interior is notable for its original delicate plasterwork and elegant staircase, as well as for the unusual Octagon Room.
Entrance fee: £5, child £2.50, family £12.50
No simulated high-tech adventures..
Entrance fee: Adult £4.80
A wonderful place for walking, and an ideal destination for children, with safe play areas, beautiful nature trails and lakeside walks to interest and educate. Featuring 350 acres of woodland, parkland and lakes, the Park is part of the estate of the Duke of Wellington, and is close to Stratfield Saye House, home of the Dukes of Wellington.
Entrance fee: £4.60 / £2.40
This picturesque house, mainly Tudor in style, has a beautiful courtyard and one surviving tower dating from 1347. The house has an interesting history and was involved in Jacobean court intrigue.
Entrance fee: £4.80 (house & garden)
In the heart of the English countryside on the Hampshire/Berkshire border, you'll find the elegant, but intimate, Stratfield Saye House, home to the Dukes of Wellington since 1817. The 1st Duke of Wellington acquired the house and estate in 1817, choosing it for its proximity to London and Windsor.
Entrance fee: £6 / £3
The River & Rowing Museum was designed by David Chipperfield Architects to a brief which set out to establish an astonishing Museum. The building is raised on columns above water meadows beside the Thames and is built of exposed concrete and glass with a terne coated steel roof, clad in green oak.
Entrance fee: £4.95 / £3.75
Calleva Roman Museum provides background information for the site visit to the Roman town walls and amphitheatre. In the centre lay the Forum and Basilica.
Entrance fee: Free admission
Sorry, we don't have a full description for Well Place Zoo at this time.
Explore the rainforest, and discover its wonders for yourself. On your visit, look out for free roaming lizards, birds and butterflies - you never know where they will appear next! See some of the world's most popular foods, from bananas to coffee, cocoa and ginger.
Entrance fee: £5.95 / £3.95
Stonor, open to the public, has been the home of the Stonor family for more than 800 years and a centre of Catholicism throughout - including all the dark days following the Reformation.The House is hidden in a fold of the Chilterns five miles from the Thames at Henley.
The delightful series of walled gardens, voted one of the UK's top 50 gardens, surrounds a charming 18th-century house.The Lake Field and its follies and lake are now open but may, from time to time, be closed due to dampness.
Entrance fee: £5 (children under 7 free)
The Look Out Discovery Centre has been voted 14th out of 50 by the Independent in it's 'The 50 Best Spring Days Out in Britain'. It is a hands-on, interactive science and nature exhibition with over 70 exhibits within themed zones linked to the National Curriculum.
Entrance fee: £4.65 / £3.10
Basing House, Hampshire, was a major English Tudor palace and castle that once rivalled Hampton Court Palace in its size and opulence. Today only the foundations and earthworks remain.
Imagine an open-air museum inside a massive modern building a network of streets with shops, a village green and even a pub..
Entrance fee: £6.50, Children £3.50
The Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary is a registered charity, caring for abused and ill-treated animals. We rely totally upon public donations to enable us to do this valuable work.
Entrance fee: Free
The museum is housed in two of Newbury's most historic buildings. The Cloth Hall was built in 1626-1627 by Richard Emmes, a master carpenter of Speenhamland for the Newbury Corporation as a cloth factory.
Entrance fee: Free admission
Join us in our rural setting based around the original engine shed. The Great Western Society has had a home in Didcot since 1967 and the range of activities and facilities on offer is substantial.
Entrance fee: £4 - £8
Our 45-page essential homebuyer's report provides you with an unrivalled source of information about the neighbourhood, including:
| CRIME RATES|
| LOCAL SCHOOLS|
HEALTH ... and more