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Parks & nature in Englefield Green

Garden
“This natural haven of beautifully designed gardens and woodland can be enjoyed by everyone, from dedicated horticulturists to those who just want to spend a relaxing day out with family or friends. The 35 acres of interconnected gardens include the Hidden Gardens, Spring Wood, the Summer Gardens, the New Zealand Garden, Summer Wood, The Glades, Autumn Wood and the Winter Beds. There's a fantastic cafe and shop too, as well as other refreshment points throughout the gardens. ”
12 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“This is the famous location where the Magna Carta was signed back 15th June 1215. It is a short drive from the apartment and well worth visiting if you love history.”
10 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful gardens any time of year but especially in summer. Events throughout the year for children. ”
7 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Overlooking the River Thames on Cooper’s Hill in Runnymede, Surrey, is Runnymede Memorial, sometimes known as the Air Forces Memorial. The memorial commemorates more than 20,000 airmen and women who were lost in the Second World War during operations from bases in the United Kingdom and North and Western Europe who have no known grave.”
8 locals recommend
Garden
“Since its creation in the 1930s, The Savill Garden has been an inspiration for all. This natural haven of beautifully designed gardens and woodland can be enjoyed by everyone, from dedicated horticulturists to those who just want to spend a relaxing day out with family or friends. The 35 acres of interconnected gardens include the Hidden Gardens, Spring Wood, the Summer Gardens, the New Zealand Garden, Summer Wood, The Glades, Autumn Wood and the Winter Beds.”
2 locals recommend
Tree
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“It's a little out of the way but well worth the journey, open all year round with an ancient 2,500 year old yew tree and the remains of a Benedictine priory to discover. With a wonderful array of wildlife and a wide variety of trees, Ankerwycke is the perfect spot for a peaceful walk. The National Trust's oldest tree, this iconic 2,500 year old yew is steeped in history. According to popular belief, it was beneath this tree that King Henry VIII courted Anne Boleyn, and some reports suggest that he even proposed in its shadow. While Magna Carta is said to have been sealed at Runnymede, there are those who argue that the event actually took place on the other side of the river, perhaps under this very yew.”
2 locals recommend
Garden
“One of Britain's greatest ornamental gardens.Part of the Queen's Windsor Great Park estate.”
3 locals recommend