Greenham Island, Mill Lane, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 5SG
Hire boats available all year round for a romantic break for 2 or for a fun family holiday up to 8 people. Secure moorings with facilities.
Church Road, Newbury, RG14 2DR
Built in 1581 by Newbury clothier Thomas Dolman this fine Elizabethan building was recently restored through a £6 million project. The stories and characters from Shaw House's varied past are bought to life in the exhibition.
1 Holt Road, Kintbury, Hungerford, RG17 9UY
Traditional horse-drawn and motorised canal boats along the Kennet and Avon Canal. Refreshments, coach parking. Suitable for all age groups.
Boat Route: Return trips from Newbury and Kintbury
Butler's Farm, Beenham, Reading, RG7 5NT
The Trust currently has 10 wolves. Visiting membership to the Wolf Centre for member and two guests on a week day is £45. Visits must be pre-arranged with the office. Full details of our events & Open Days are on our website.
Muddy Lane, RG19 3FU
The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham is the perfect place for a day out. Whatever you prefer to do- walk, feed the ducks, or let off steam on our adventure playgrounds, there's something for everyone.
Bagnor, Newbury, RG20 8AE
An award-winning, regional producing theatre based in a converted watermill on the banks of the river Lambourn, set in beautiful gardens with a national and international reputation for the quality of its work.
Pease Hill, Reading, RG7 6RR
Free tractor and trailer rides, hand feed the tamer members of the herd, lots of animals to pat and feed, indoor-slides, adventure playground, nature trail, picnic area & refreshments.
Nature Discovery Centre, Muddy Lane, Lower Way, Thatcham, RG14 2AF
After many years as a military site, Greenham and Crookham Common has been restored and reopened to the public. The area is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and cattle and Exmoor ponies graze here.
Wantage Road, Newbury, RG14 3BQ
Heathland, valley bog and woodland. Suitable for most quiet recreational activities such as walking and picnicking. Walking distance to Donnington Castle.
Wonderful countryside sites, both hosting a wide varierty of plants and animals and perfect for walks.
Sunnyside, Station Road, Theale
Hosehill Lake is also a local nature reserve. The path around the lake is a mile long and rustic seating and bird viewing areas at frequent intervals give the visitor time to stop and reflect.
The core of the famous cemetery on the Berkshire Downs contains two rows of several different types of Bronze Age burial monuments.