John Bunyan, born in 1628, rose from humble origins to become one of the Christian world’s greatest writers and an inspiration to people around the world. His book “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, is one of the most famous and well loved books in the English language. You can look through the Church and there is a coffee shop on site.
National drag race meetings, modified car shows, VW Beetle and Camper festivals plus much more. A fantastic family day out to see jet cars, rocket bikes, monster trucks, drifting, stunt displays and much more.
A lovely playground for children, lovely forest walks, a cafe, railway museum and high ropes. Something for everyone. There are parking charges for the park and extra charges for some of the attractions.
Castle Ashby is the ancestral home of the 7th Marquess of Northampton. Set in the heart of a 10,000 acre estate the extensive gardens of Castle Ashby are a combination of several styles, with a mile lone avenue dating back to 1695. With a Plant Centre, Tea Rooms, Farm Shop, Orangery, 15 acres of formal gardens to mention only a few, Castle Ashby is a great day out for the whole family.
Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It was the home of the British codebreaking and played a major role in World War Two. Over the last 20 years Bletchley Park has become internationally renowned because of the code breaking successes during the war and is a celebration of the individuals responsible for breaking the Enigma codes during the war. Bletchley Park is open daily.
There is plenty to see and do on the Woburn Estate. Step inside the historic home of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford and explore nearly 500 years of family history. You can take a lovely drive through the deer park, a walk through the beautiful gardens and explore the very impressive house.
Wrest Park is an English Heritage property. Explore the evolution of the English Garden with a stroll through three centuries of landscape design at Wrest Park. Explore 92 acres of award-winning gardens, enjoy the children’s play area, enjoy the lovely Cafe and explore the hidden treasure in the archaeological stores.
An English Heritage property. Explore this decadent Jacobean mansion house and meet the staff in the Victorian Service Wing. Enjoy stunning views across the unspoilt Essex countryside and wander through the gardens created by Capability Brown. See the horses in the Victorian stable yard and enjoy playing in the children play area.
Knebworth House and Park mean many things to many people. Here in the 21st Century, Knebworth Park is best known worldwide as Britain's largest music venue. Music, literature and politics have featured throughout Knebworth’s history. The extraordinary guest book of this beautiful house stretches all the way from Queen Elizabeth I to Queen Elizabeth II.
This museum is one of the best flight exhibitions in the world. On the historic Hendon Aerodrome sire, it has a cast collection of breathtaking aircraft - with lots of things you’ll never see anywhere else. Get up close to some of the most amazing aircraft, discover some amazing stories from both World Wars, and enjoy many interactive experiences. Fun for the whole family.