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Roundhay Park and Tropical World

OPEN 24h
Covering more than 283ha (700 acres), Roundhay Park is one of Europe’s largest public city parks and it is one of Leeds’ most popular recreation areas.
To £7.20

Hardcastle Crags and Gibson Mill

OPEN 24h
Hardcastle Crags is a wooded valley in the Pennine Hills around 3.2km (2 miles) north of Hebden Bridge. The valley is home to the 19th-century Gibson Mill, which produced cotton during the Industrial Revolution.
Free

Castle Park

OPEN 24h
Castle Park, which is sometimes called Castle Green, is a large park in the centre of Bristol that was opened in September 1978 on the site of a former shopping district that was destroyed during the Bristol Blitz in the Second World War.
Free

Ashton Court Estate

8.00 am - 8.15 pm
Ashton Court Estate is a large park with 344 ha (850 acres) of woodland and a large mansion house.
Free

Bratton Camp and the Westbury White Horse

OPEN 24h
Bratton Camp is a 2000-year-old Iron Age hill fortress not far from Westbury, however, it is best known for the Westbury White Horse.
Free

The Magic Roundabout

OPEN 24h
Swindon’s Magic Roundabout is a complex roundabout 1.2km (¾ mile) east of the town centre that consists of five mini-roundabouts surrounding a larger roundabout where traffic runs in the opposite direction.
Free

Stourhead House and Gardens

Now closed
Stourhead House and Gardens are the main attractions on the Stourhead estate, which also includes the village of Stourton.
Price £18.40

Iford Manor Gardens

The 18th-century Iford Manor is best known for its Italianate-style gardens, which were designed by Harold Peto between 1899 and 1933. The property is on the banks of the River Frome, 4km (2½ miles) southwest of Bradford on Avon, and it is a pleasant excursion from either Bath or Bradford on Avon.
Price £7.50

The Courts Garden

The Courts Garden is a Grade II-listed country garden just a few kilometres outside Bradford on Avon. It is a lovely spot that doesn’t get too many visitors.
Price £10

Birkenhead Park

OPEN 24h
Birkenhead Park is a large city park in Birkenhead on the Wirral Peninsula on the opposite side of the Mersey to central Liverpool. It opened in 1847 and is regarded as the world’s first public park and it was the model for Central Park in New York City.
Free

Sefton Park

OPEN 24h
Sefton Park is a large park south of central Liverpool. It comprises 95ha (235 acres) and it is designated as Grade I in the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
Free

Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters

OPEN 24h
Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters are two natural white chalk cliff formations that form the principal attractions of the Seven Sisters Country Park, which is part of the South Downs National Park.
Free

Harcourt Arboretum

Now closed
In 1947 the University of Oxford acquired Harcourt Arboretum, 8.8km (5½ miles) south of Oxford and it is now run as part of the botanic garden complex.
Price £5.45

Oxford Botanic Garden

Now closed
The Oxford Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 making it the United Kingdom’s first botanic garden. It was originally founded as a physic garden to grow plants used in medicinal research and nowadays is home to nearly 6,000 different plant species on only 1.8 hectares (4½ acres) making it a very compact botanical garden.
Price £5.45

Malham Tarn

OPEN 24h
Malham Tarn is a glacial lake near Malham in the Yorkshire Dales and also refers to the nearby estate that consists of six farms with striking limestone features.
Free

Rievaulx Terrace

The 18th-century Rievaulx Terrace is home to two classical temples and it offers lovely views of Rievaulx Abbey.
Price £6.50

Eden Project

Now closed
The Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s biggest attractions. This series of biomes has recreated the natural environment of various climatic regions including biomes with flora from the humid tropics and warm temperate regions.
Price £27.50

Sherwood Forest Country Park & Visitor Centre

Now closed
The Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre has exhibits about Sherwood Forest Country Park and the Robin Hood story. A series of trails run from the centre into the forest, the most popular being the track to Major Oak.
Free

Major Oak

Now closed
The Major Oak in Sherwood Forest, 20 minutes walk from the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, is reputed to have been Robin Hood’s hideout. The tree is estimated to be around 1000 years old and has a girth of 10m.
Free

Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens

5.00 am - 11.59 pm
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are two large Royal Parks that cover a large portion of the western end of Central London. 
Free

Chelsea Physic Garden

Now closed
The Chelsea Physic Garden is one of Britain’s oldest botanical gardens. It is home to Britain’s largest outdoor fruiting olive tree, the world’s most northerly outdoor grapefruit tree and England’s oldest garden dedicated to alpine plants; but the garden’s raison d'être is its collection of herbs and edible and medicinal plants.
Price £10

Runnymede

OPEN 24h
Runnymede is a water-meadow just south of Windsor that is noted mainly as the site where the Magna Carta was signed in 1215 and it is also the site of several memorials, monuments and public art installations.
Free

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