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You’ll never hear the phrase ‘I am bored’ in Hertfordshire. There are tons of getaway ideas for you to discover based on what you like, so you will be hard-pressed not to find family-friendly activities, romantic getaways for love birds, city breaks for culture vultures and rural escapes for tree huggers. Hertfordshire is made up of beautiful stately homes, cultural escapes, steeped in history and magical memories. It is the perfect place for your next English based adventure. This big green county that is brimming with life and activities, restaurants, bars and shops is only 20 minutes away by train from London, so come and explore the historic St Albans Cathedral, Hatfield House, Knebworth House, or capture the magic of Harry Potter with a visit to Warner Bros. Take the kids hunting for some fantastic beasts, Roman ruins, sculpture gardens, or take them to some of Englands most traditional villages. For those that have the craving for exploration, adventure, magic and wonder Hertfordshire is the place to be.

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Visit Paradise Wildlife Park after hours and see the zoo in a whole new light!

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Competitive fun for everyone, their adventure golf course has enough challenges and surprises to keep you entertained and test your skills.
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In 2016, four weeping pear trees (Pyrus Salicifolia) were planted in the formal rose garden, which was underplanted with Rosa Kent and tulips and surrounded by box hedge. The formal area's wildness bank is now planted with a plethora of spring bulbs, connecting it to the snowdrop path beyond.
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St Pauls Walden Bury is a Grade 1 listed garden laid out in the early 18thcentury and has kept the original concept of a formal woodland garden, with temples, statues and ponds. It reflects the idea that a garden should be in harmony with the surrounding landscape: thus allees and avenues flow out into the countryside, while features of the countryside, such as the church, are drawn into the design, and trees are left to grow naturally.
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Spend your time jumping on their floor and wall trampolines, leaping onto their air bag, playing dodgeball with your friends and family, or practising your skills on our tumble courses.

Great Family Days Out

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Welcome to Welwyn Roman Baths, a small part of a larger Roman villa known as Dicket Mead, dating from around 250AD.
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Explore Royston Cave in stunning 3D with one of our expert guides. Delve deep beneath Royston, learn about the carvings and hear stories of its mysterious past.
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Thus started the paper industry's industrial revolution, which resulted in the inexpensive, abundant paper goods that we're using every day.
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Journey through time and see how our area changed and developed through prehistoric, Roman, medieval, Victorian and recent history.

Culture Vulture Days Out

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In December 1066, the Anglo-Saxons surrendered to William, Duke of Normandy, and he was dubbed "The Conqueror." Numerous English Kings and Queens, as well as Thomas Becket, Edward the Black Prince, and Geoffrey Chaucer, have trod inside these walls.
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3 De Havilland Mosquitos can be seen on display!
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Their galleries are packed with fascinating specimens - there are over 4,900 to see.
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Today people come from far and wide to visit the cathedral.