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Lily Hill Parks Mystery Brass Rubbing Trail

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We had a go at Lily Hill Parks Mystery Brass Rubbing Trail. Lily Hill Park is based in Bracknell and is a fantastic family-friendly park to explore and enjoy a walk in the outdoors. There is plenty to explore at Lily Hill Park form the newt pond to the giant picnic bench, storytelling thrown and Father Oak.

Lily Hill Park Mystery Rubbing Trail
What is the Mystery Brass Rubbings Trail?

The Mystery Brass Rubbing Trail Sheet can be downloaded here. It’s completely free to do and as you explore Lily Hill Park you look for 23 points of interest around the park. Then at each of the 23 points of interest are 23 wooded posts, which have some information about the point of interest and a brass rubbing disc of something related to nature.

HaHa Lily Hill Park
Frog Brass Rubbing Lily Hill Park

The trail is fantastic and really allows families to explore Lily Hill Park whilst discovering nature. Thanks to the Bracknell Forest Hertiage Parks team for creating the trail.

What do I need to do the trail?

You will need to download and print this trail sheet at home, take it to Lily Hill Park and also remember to take a wax crayon or colouring pencils with you.

Mystery Rubbing Trail Lily Hill Park

How long did it take to do the trail?

This is a hard one to answer, as we only completed part of the trail whilst at the park with friends and stopped for a picnic en-route. But I would say it took us about 45 minutes / 1 hour to collect half of the brass rubbings – so I would leave approx 2 hours to collect all or most of the rubbings. We are planning to go back and find more rubbings on another walk, so that could also be an option for you.

Is the trail free?

Yes, the trail is free apart from the printing costs. It is also free to park the car at Lily Hill Park.

Brass Rubbings Lily Hill Park Bracknell

What else can I do at Lily Hill Park?

At Lily Hill Park you can complete a free orienteering course and also visit Ziggy’s Catering Van. Click here to find out when the caterer is at the park.

Where can I park?

Parking at Lily Hill Park is free of charge. You can park here The North Car Park we use can be found at Lily Hill Road, Bracknell, RG12 2RX.

What else can I do in Bracknell with my family?

Bracknell Forest has loads on offer for the family. Click here to discover some family friendly ideas of things to do.

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