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Hertfordshire - England
Free Days Out in Hertfodshire
There are Free Entry listings in Hertfordshire
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Aldenham Country Park, Aldenham Road, Elstree, Hertfordshire WD6 3AZ
Aldenham Country Park is a beautiful place for wildlife, people, rare breed animals, outdoor fitness, woodland experiences, mixed farming, pony rides, nature walks and more.
Enjoy 100 acres of parkland adjacent to a 60 acre lake - Free range experiences all just 12 miles from central London.
Pooh Bear's 100 AKer Wood is Free to visit.
Open daily 09.00 - 18.00
Parking fees are just £3.50 per day -
Other charges for rides etc. may apply.
Tel: 020 89539602
Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
Rudolph Road, Bushey
Hertfordshire, WD23 3HW
2 January to 19 December, Thur to Sun, 11.00 - 16.00
Admission is Free.
Tel: 020 - 8950 3233
Fax: 020 - 8420 4923
Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban
Sumpter Yard, St Albans
Hertfordshire, AL1 1BY
St Albans Cathedral is an imposing former Norman Abbey Church set in the City centre overlooking Verulamium Park. Built from recycled Roman brick between 1077 - 1115 on the execution site of Alban (c.250), Britain's first martyr. A site of Christian worship for over 17 centuries. There are many interesting features, including the shrine of Saint Alban (1308), the tomb of Duke Humphrey of Gloucester (1447) and a series of 12-13th century wall paintings.
Open all year
Admission is Free.
Tel: 01727 860 780
Fax: 01727 850 944
Church Farm, Ardeley, Stevenage,
Hertfordshire, SG2 7AH
Church Farm is a mixed, high welfare, ecological and low carbon food and farming enterprise. A place for wildlife, beauty, diversity, community and people.
The Farm Store, Cafe and Jolly Waggoner Pub are open 7 days a week serving the best food from the farm and it's FREE for you to walk the footpaths to see the animals, woods and veg area at anytime.
Free to park - Free walks and woodland play
Chargeable workshops and events are regularly held at the Farm and we welcome group functions, business meetings, clubs and societies, cyclists, families, campers, walkers and dogs!
We look forward to welcoming you!
Open Everyday - Mon to Sun 09.00 - 18.00
Tel: 01438 861447
Web: www.ChurchFarmArdeley.co.uk for more info about The Farm,
Farm Store & Butchery,
Farm Box Scheme How it Works,
Farm Membership, Events & What´s On Events,
Group & Educational Visits,
Festivals, Parties & Celebrations and
Cabins & Wild Camping.
Hertford Castle (Gatehouse)
Hertford, Hertfordshire, SG14 1HR
site has been occupied since from when the Normans built their first Mote and
Bailey fortification by the River Lea, still apparent. The 15th Century Gatehouse
is all that remains today of Hertford Castle surrounded by the 11th Century stone
and flint Curtain Wall. Over 1000 years of history since before Saxon times.
Admission is Free to the grounds.
The castle gatehouse itself is the home to the council offices and is only
open to the public on occasional Sun throughout the year.
Tel: 01992 584322
Fax: 01992 534724
Car Parking is limited at weekends
Hertford Museum, 18 Bull Plain, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG14 1DT
Hertford Museum has been inspiring generations since 1903. With over 50,000
items in their collection reflecting local history.
There are plans to overhaul the first floor exhibition areas and improve accessibility.
Free Internet access too!
A charming Jacobean style Knot Garden is at the rear of the museum.
Open: Tue to Sat from 10.00 to 17.00
Tel: 01992 582686
Natural History Museum at Tring
The Walter Rothschild building
The museum was built in 1889, previously The Walter Rothschild Zoological
Museum, bequeathed to the nation on his death in 1937. The collection of stuffed/mounted
amphibians, birds, fish, insects, mammals and reptiles.
The chances are if it's furry, hairy, scaly, slimy, spiny, weird, wild or
wonderful then it's here.
This is the largest collection of its kind in the UK made by a single person.
Entry to the Museum is Free! A Free fun day out for all the family. Allow
a minimum of 2 hours to full day to see all the galleries.
Open Daily: 10.00 to 17.00 Mon to Sat; 14.00 to 17.00 Sun. Closed
Free car parking was in operation when we visited.
Tel: 020 7942 6171
Tring is off the A41 11km from Aylesbury / 53km north of London.
Located Between Nos. 28 and 34 Scotts Road,
Free Entry, but a suggested donation of £1 per person would be appreciated.
Built between 1761 and 1763 by the Quaker poet John Scott by employing out-of-work
maltsters. Scott's Grotto extends 20m into a chalk hill and consists of six underground
chambers linked by passages and air tunnels. The inside is decorated with shells,
coloured glass and flints.
This is now a Grade I listed historic site that was extensively restored in
The ground above the grotto is a hillside with a garden, summerhouse (Grade
II listed) and portal.
Visitors are strongly advised to take torches and wear flat
shoes as the underground system is unlit and uneven.
There is no wheelchair access
Open from Apr to Sept on Sats and Bank Holiday Mon from 14.00
For further information about Scott's Grotto, please contact the Warden on
Ware Museum, The Priory Lodge,
89 High Street, Ware,
Hertfordshire SG12 9AL
Ware Museum is an independant museum, run by volunteers, supported by Ware
Town Council, East Herts DC and the Ware Society.
The museum is small but well worth the effort to visit.
As substantial collection of artefacts from Ware's past. A genuine in-house
WWII Bunker and Mediaeval Well that you can walk on.
The herb garden is a delight in keeping with its Priory connections.
Open: Summer (Apr to Sept) Tue, Thur, Sat 11.00 - 17.00
and Sun 14.00 to 17.00
Winter (Oct to Mar) Tue, Thur, Sat 11.00 - 16.00 and Sun
14.00 to 17.00
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