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20 Attractions to Explore Near Heckfield Place Park

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Wellington Country Park

Wellington Country Park

1.89km from Heckfield Place Park

Wellington Country Park is a country park in Riseley. It consists of 350 acres (1.4 km2) of coniferous and deciduous woodlands which offers a lot of activities. It also comprises of beautiful lakes, playgrounds, mini-golf, an Animal Farm, Miniature Railway, Jumping Pillow, and more.

Stratfield Saye House

Stratfield Saye House

3.31km from Heckfield Place Park

Stratfield Saye House has been the elegant, but intimate home to the Dukes of Wellington since 1817. The house and gardens offer an intriguing and informative insight into the life of the Great Duke of Wellington. The house contains many of the 1st Duke’s possessions and is still occupied by his descendants, being a family home rather than a museum.

West Green House Garden

West Green House Garden

4.88km from Heckfield Place Park

West Green House Garden is a unique attraction nestling in a woodland corner of Northern Hampshire. Renowned for its theatricality and colour for all seasons, the surprises range from a chinoiserie chicken pavilion to a restored 18th century walled garden with a striking moongate. This is the gateway to a staircase framed by rills which rises to an unusual folly - the Nymphaeum - designed by the neoclassical architect Quinlan Terry.

California Country Park

California Country Park

6.51km from Heckfield Place Park

One-hundred-and-fifty acres of beautiful and varied countryside. Paths run through ancient bogland, past heathland and Longmoor Nature Reserve. Six-acre lake with resident geese and swans. Public coarse fishery, adventure play area, cafe, Longmoor Bog SSSI. Outdoor paddling pool open during summer holidays only.

Castle Rise

Castle Rise

9.48km from Heckfield Place Park

Odiham Castle is located within a tranquil site adjacent to the Basingstoke Canal. The Castle, with its surrounding defensive ditches, was built between 1207 and 1214. The site was probably chosen by King John as a convenient point between his strongholds at Winchester and Windsor. The only visible remains are part of the octagonal keep and outlying earthworks. In September 2007 Hampshire County Council undertook a restoration of the shell keep under guidance from English Heritage.

National Trust - The Vyne

National Trust - The Vyne

10.53km from Heckfield Place Park

The Vyne is a warm red-bricked Tudor mansion built in the 16th century for Lord Sandys, Henry VIII's Lord. It is an E-plan house of diapered red brick with stone dressings. It is one of the iconic attractions in this area and you can have a lookout to the history also.

Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology

Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology

10.82km from Heckfield Place Park

The Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology contains one of the finest collections of Greek ceramics in Britain with approximately 2000 objects in the museum. The museum has recently undergone a massive renewal and artifacts are now displayed thematically. It is located on the Whiteknights campus at the University of Reading, where there are also several other important museums.

Basing House

Basing House

10.96km from Heckfield Place Park

Basing House was once the largest private house in England. It was built by William Paulet, Marquess of Winchester in the Tudor period, on the site of an earlier medieval castle. Basing House was once home to the powerful courtier William Paulet, Marquess of Winchester. You can enjoy a picnic in the re-created Jacobean garden, and come along to the many events and activities held throughout the year, including open air theatre, dig pits, re-enactments and a December Christmas market.

The Museum of English Rural Life

The Museum of English Rural Life

11.7km from Heckfield Place Park

The Museum of English Rural Life is one of the England’s most extensive museums dedicated to farming, food, craft, rural life, and countryside issues. . Whether on your own or with friends and family, discover the new immersive galleries, research our collections, refresh in the café and relax in the garden. Each carefully designed space incorporates different learning styles and areas of focus to draw visitors into the stories and landscape of the English countryside.

Dinton Pastures Country Park

Dinton Pastures Country Park

11.92km from Heckfield Place Park

Dinton Pastures Country Park covers just over 335 acres. The park is open daily. It has 7 lakes, 2 rivers, 3 public bird hides, and meadows, orienteering course, children's play area, countryside centre, a small exhibition and cafe. The two rivers that flow through the park are the River Loddon and the Emm Brook. It is one of the beautiful locations which provides a lot of activities around.

The Oracle

The Oracle

12.3km from Heckfield Place Park

The Oracle Shopping Centre in Reading offers you the ultimate shopping and dinning experience. It contains 90 shops, including many famous ones and There are also 22 restaurants, cafés and bars along the riverside of the Kennet, and an 11-screen Vue cinema. It is one of the perf3ect shopping destinations with your family.

Prospect Park

Prospect Park

12.33km from Heckfield Place Park

Prospect Park is a public park in the western suburbs of Reading situated north of the Bath Road in the English county of Berkshire. It is the largest and most popular park in Reading and includes a large regency-style house, now known as Prospect Park Mansion House and previously as Prospect House. There are also sporting facilities and a miniature railway within the 50 hectares of parkland, and a restaurant in the Mansion House.

Eastrop Park

Eastrop Park

12.43km from Heckfield Place Park

Eastrop Park is a peaceful haven, a few minutes walk from the town centre and Basing View. The park features a large boating lake, a miniature golf course, a café and walking trails. The River Loddon flows through the park, feeding into a balancing pond. The pond serves as a habitat for various wildlife, including kingfishers.

Reading Abbey Ruins

Reading Abbey Ruins

12.54km from Heckfield Place Park

TReading Abbey was founded in 1121 by King Henry I, youngest son of William the Conqueror. He intended it to be his own burial place and memorial, and although he died in France, he was buried in Reading before the Abbey’s High Altar in 1136. The impressive ruins consist of the south transept, the treasury, the chapter house, the dormitory, and the refectory . The chapter house is an impressive space and is the most complete room within the Abbey Ruins.

The Roseate Reading

The Roseate Reading

12.56km from Heckfield Place Park

The Roseate Reading was originally Shire Hall for the Berkshire County Council. It is now one of the luxury hotels in this area. The building, along with its wide hallways, vaulted ceilings, cornice mouldings and so more. Being located in the centre of Reading, it’s convenient and easily accessible location makes the hotel one of the top spots for dining out in town.

Reading Museum

Reading Museum

12.65km from Heckfield Place Park

The Museum of Reading tells the story of Reading through the ages, from its Saxon beginnings to today's high-tech town. Also featuring Britain's Bayeux Tapestry - Reading's famous Victorian replica of the 11thC original, the Silchester Gallery housing artefacts from the Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum and the Exhibition Gallery which hosts a changing programme of exhibitions.

Museum of Berkshire Aviation

Museum of Berkshire Aviation

12.7km from Heckfield Place Park

The Museum of Berkshire Aviation is a small aviation museum in Woodley, a suburb of Reading in Berkshire. The museum is at the historic site of Woodley Airfield, near Reading, U.K. - once the center of the thriving aircraft industry. Miles and Handley Page aircraft built at Woodley are being re-constructed and exhibited along with fascinating pictorial records and priceless archives.

Festival Place

Festival Place

12.87km from Heckfield Place Park

Festival Place is a 1.1m sq ft shopping centre situated in the centre of Basingstoke. It’s home to more than 160 big name stores, including Jack Wills, Next, Fat Face, Marks & Spencer, Apple, H&M, Zara, New Look, Debenhams, Pandora and Swarovski. A wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars makes Festival Place an appealing destination for foodies, whether it’s for a romantic dinner, a business lunch, evening drinks, or a coffee and catch-up with friends.

Willis Museum & Sainsbury Gallery

Willis Museum & Sainsbury Gallery

13.18km from Heckfield Place Park

Willis Museum has been housed in this impressive early Victorian building that was once Basingstoke's Town Hall. The building served as a corn exchange and market hall and dances were held in the room upstairs. It was also the headquarters of the Council of the Borough of Basingstoke until the borough was abolished by the Local Government Act 1972 in 1974.

Milestones Museum

Milestones Museum

14.23km from Heckfield Place Park

Milestones Museum of Living History is a museum located on the Leisure Park in Basingstoke, Hampshire. It is made up of a network of streets that have been recreated according to those found in Victorian and 1930s Hampshire. The museum is home to over 20,000 objects that were either made or used in Hampshire and is a record of the county's social, industrial, and transport history.

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Heckfield Place Park

A majestic Georgian family home lovingly restored from its classical origins and rewoven into a luxury hotel standing on more than 400 acres of Hampshire landscape. One of the lovely location and also you can spend some good time with your family there.