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Free things to do in Berkshire

25 Free Things to do in Berkshire

25 Free Things to do in Berkshire

We have put together a list of 25 things to do in Berkshire - and they're all free! There's something for everyone in this list and the best part is it won't cost a penny. If you find this blog post useful make sure you sign up to the mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Go to a Museum - We have a huge variety of Museums in Berkshire. The Natural History Museum in Eton, The Reading Museum and The West Berkshire Museum in Newbury are all free to visit. Read about some of our favourite museums here. Natural History Museum…
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The Diamond Jubilee Fountain in Windsor

The Diamond Jubilee Fountain in Windsor

Installed in 2012 for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the impressive Diamond Jubilee Fountain can be found in Goswells Park in Windsor. The Fountain was inspired by the crown jewels and features 60 different water jets. There are also lights which make it a magical site at night. There is a garden area around the fountain where you can sit and admire the fountain. What Else is There to do in Windsor? There are lots of walks to explore in and around Windsor - here are some ideas. Follow Berkshire Mummies  Have you found this blog post useful,…
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The Brick Maze at Goswells Park in Windsor

The Brick Maze at Goswells Park in Windsor

There are so many lovely things to do and see in Windsor and one of them is the Brick Maze in Goswells Park. What is the Brick Maze? The maze is made up of a three brick wide path. The centre of the maze is a mosaic representing the Round Tower of Windsor Castle. Chess pieces are also represented around the maze. You need to start at the Pawn and travel forwards to reach the castle in the centre. For an added challenge you could see if you can go through each chess piece on the way to the centre.…
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Brunel’s Sounding Arch in Maidenhead

Brunel’s Sounding Arch in Maidenhead

Brunel's Bridge in Maidenhead was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and built in 1838. It is made up of two arches with the right arch known as the Sounding Arch because of the incredible echo that can be heard there. Where is it? The Sounding Arch is close to the Maidenhead Bridge. You can walk along the tow path and then under the Sounding Arch. Try out the amazing echo when you're standing underneath! Follow Berkshire Mummies  Have you found this blog post useful, if so why not follow Berkshire Mummies? Join the Mailing List.  Follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook, if you…
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