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A Visit to Basildon Park

There are several great National Trust sites in and around Berkshire. Basildon Park is in Reading and is a lovely place to visit.

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What is there to do at Basildon Park?

As well as the main house, there is the parkland, formal garden, and children’s wild play trail.

Basildon Park

The ball runs are always very popular. Just remember to take your own tennis ball and put your name or a mark on it so it’s easy to identify!

There’s lots of space for den building too.

Basildon Park

Basildon run lots of family themed trails and events throughout the year so do check their website before you visit so you can see what’s on.

Basildon Park
What Facilities are there at Basildon Park?

There is a Tea Room, book shop and plant shop at Basildon Park.

How do I Book Tickets?

You can find ticket prices here. National Trust members can visit for free.

Where is it?

The address is Lower Basildon, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 9NR.

Where Else Could I Visit?

Basildon Park is very close to Beale Wildlife Park which is another lovely place to visit. You can read about it here.

Beale Park

Cliveden is another National Trust site that we really enjoy visiting. You can read about it here.

Cliveden National Trust
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