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Parks & nature in England

Botanical Garden
“THE botanical garden in London. Very big with an incredible amount of plants, tropical greenhouses, art installations, lakes and 'wild' nature, you can spend a full day here! ”
272 locals recommend
Palace
“Enter through the 'Town Gate' and see one of the acclaimed best views in England, the lake designed by Capability Brown and the regal Palace behind it!, Visit the Palace and walk the grounds, a great way to spend your day.”
127 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful gardens, grounds, walled gardens, farm animals, great cafe, shop, child and dog friendly”
136 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“The British Airways i360 has been a truly amazing addition to the Brighton Seafront! Enjoy a glass (or two) of champagne whilst taking in the stunning Sussex Coastline”
124 locals recommend
Zoo
“The Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens. See rhinos, zebras, camels, lions, leopards, red pandas and many other endangered species. There are two undercover reptile houses and a bat house. Children will also enjoy the Farmyard, Adventure Play-ground and Narrow Gauge Railway. Extensive lawn areas for picnics.”
80 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Great views on a clear day and still within walking but you can also catch a bus”
109 locals recommend
Park
“Lovely park not too far from us. A nice manageable size, and perfectly situated to lead you to Stoke Newington afterwards for lunch or a drink at one of the lovely local pubs or cafes.”
270 locals recommend
Pool
“London Fields Lido is one of London's central outdoor swimming pools. It's a great place to go and really peaceful early in the morning.”
348 locals recommend
Spa
“Britain' s only natural thermal spa, located in the historic city of Bath, offers traditional and state-of-the-art spa facilities.”
158 locals recommend
Nature Preserve
“Dune, marshland & forest reserve composing one of France's largest bird sanctuaries, with hides for watching migrating birds, plus nature trails & cafe.”
66 locals recommend
Park
“Plenty of places to walk, experience the english country side. Accessible by car easiest, public transport too. ”
78 locals recommend
Sculpture Garden
“Beautiful Grade One listed park with a boating lake, replica statues of Eros and Peter Pan and a café. Home to the famous Palm House, a fabulous glass-panelled building that has been restored to its former glory. It hosts a number of events throughout the year and borders bohemian Lark Lane.”
67 locals recommend
Park
“Mountainous 823-square-mile National Park, including remote villages, lakes and of course Snowdon. if your feeling energetic you can walk to the top or if you dont fancy the walk you can take a train. It all depends which route you take but should take somewhere between 5-7 hours to reach the summit and walk back down (3 hours each way) (or just 1 hour if you take the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the top!). Snowdon is about an hour drive from us ”
63 locals recommend
Premise
“Chatsworth House is a stately home in Derbyshire, England, in the Derbyshire Dales 3.5 miles northeast of Bakewell and 9 miles west of Chesterfield. The seat of the Duke of Devonshire, it has been home to the Cavendish family since 1549.”
72 locals recommend
Zoo
“Longleat Adventure Park and Safari is a stunning venue set in the heart of Wiltshire boasting one of the largest safari parks in the UK. Further benefits include boat trips on the lake to see the Gorillas, The Longleat Express and the stunning Stately Home”
88 locals recommend
River
“On the scenic route to Dublin and very close to Glendalough. Well worth a visit! ”
84 locals recommend