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Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Bhaktivedanta Manor, Bhaktiyedanta Manor Dharam Marg, Hilfield Ln, Radlett, Watford WD25 8HE, UK

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About Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Bhaktivedanta Manor is the largest UK centre of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. It is is a Gaudiya Vaishnava temple set in the Hertfordshire countryside of England, in the village of Aldenham near Watford. Previously known as Piggott's Manor, the property was donated to the Hare Krishna movement in February 1973 by former Beatle George Harrison, after the Radha Krishna Temple in central London had become inadequate to house the growing number of devotees.



Attractions near Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Bushey Museum and Art Gallery2.15km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Bushey Museum and Art Gallery's art collection is the largest in Hertfordshire and is mainly from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with special interest in the Monro Circle of artists, Sir Hubert von Herkomer, Lucy Kemp-Welch and the pupils of their Art Schools and other Bushey art schools. Archives relating to the collection are held in the Local Studies Centre.

Aldenham Country Park2.61km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Aldenham Country Park is a 175-acre farm, parkland and woodland, adjacent to a 65-acre reservoir. Visit 100 acres of beautiful countryside, only 12 miles from central London. Enjoy the scenery, walks, explore the farm and 100 Aker Wood, home of Pooh Bear and friends. The park supports walking, fishing and sailing activities, has playgrounds, Special Needs Centre and a Disney-backed Winnie-the-Pooh theme area.

Watford Museum3.21km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

A beautiful and majestic museum, housed in the former offices of Benskins Brewery. The museum has displays of local history, industry and archaeology. These include Watford at War, Print and Brewing and a display on Watford Football Club – which includes some fabulous Elton John memorabilia.

Oxhey Park3.45km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Oxhey Park is one of Watford's most iconic parks with the picturesque River Colne flowing through it. With a footbridge, play area, outdoor gym, entrances, new railings and hard landscaping including public art and the central stairway, this is now once again a very well used park in Watford but which recognises its historic connections to the former Wiggenhall Estate.

Stanborough Park Seventh-day Adventist Church4.08km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Stanborough Park Seventh-day Adventist Church is situated on parkland in Garston on the outskirts of Watford, England.  One of the iconic attraction and also you can spend some nice time in the park and also in the church.

Cassiobury Park4.41km from Hare Krishna Temple Watford - ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor

Cassiobury Park is the largest public open space in Watford comprising of over 190 acres of green space stretching from Watford town centre to woodland and countryside to the west of the town.  The park is a tranquil and relaxing place, and also a great location to walk, run, fish, or, down by the canal, simply watch the boats glide past on the Grand Union Canal.

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Hertfordshire is one of the home counties in southern England.  The county covers an area of 634 square miles. The county derives its name from a hart and a ford, used as the components of the county's coat of arms and of the flag. Hertfordshire County Council is based in Hertford, once the main market town.