Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
At almost 500 acres and once a deer park used for hunting by the Abbots of Waltham in around 1063, Weald Park has plenty of interesting history and beauty. With wonderful lakes, tree avenues, walks, and deer that were reintroduced in 1987, the park offers something for everyone. There are many activities for children and adults alike, including investigating flowers and insects, kite making, and interesting educational walks. The Visitor Centre is full of interactive displays which illustrate the fascinating history. Well worth a visit.
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in the county of Essex(5.4 miles, 8.7 km, direction N)
Chipping Ongar is a pleasing town, it is within easy driving distance of Waltham Abbey and is surrounded by several places of interest...
in the county of Essex(8.5 miles, 13.6 km, direction NW)
Queen Elizabeth 1st was a frequent visitor to Epping. It was in 1575 on a visit to Thomas Heneage at Copped Hall that the Queen costituted him Clerk of the Market with his heirs forever, she also granted further market rights...
in the county of Kent(12.3 miles, 19.8 km, direction S)
Greenhithe is an area of Kent found sandwiched between the River Thames and Watling...
in the county of Kent(13.7 miles, 22.0 km, direction S)
Attractive old town overlooking the Thames estuary with walkways and picnic sites ideal for watching the busy water traffic, for this stretch of the river is said to be one of the busiest in the world...
in the county of Essex(14.7 miles, 23.7 km, direction NE)
Picturesque English village of great charm. Surrounded almost entirely by open countryside Danbury has immense appeal for the tourist...All towns in Essex
A 26 mile long stretch following the river Lee, the Lee Valley Park is made up of country parks, heritage sites, lake and.....