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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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Farley Wood Play Area in Bracknell

Farley Wood Play Area in Bracknell

Farley Wood Play Area can be found next to the Community Centre and tennis courts. You can read more about Farley Wood Play Area in Bracknell here. If you find this post useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. What is There? The play area can be found to the side of the community centre. It is fully enclosed and has a variety of play equipment which I'd say is mostly suited to younger children. There are swings (including baby swings), climbing frames, balance beans, a see-saw and more. To the back of the…
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Large Play Areas in Berkshire

Large Play Areas in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer: The businesses marked with a * have gifted / previously gifted Berkshire Mummies tickets). There are a number of large play areas in Berkshire which offer fantastic play spaces across the county. Click the link on each of the parks below and you will be taken to a blog post all about the specific park which shares what play equipment and facilities are there plus where to park. If you find this post useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook.  Large Play Areas in Berkshire The Look Out Play Area, Bracknell The…
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Free Large Play Areas in Berkshire

Free Large Play Areas in Berkshire

There are a number of large play areas in Berkshire which offer fantastic play spaces across the county. The added bonus is that these are all FREE to visit! Click the link on each of the parks below and you will be taken to a blog post all about the specific park which shares what play equipment and facilities are there plus where to park. Please note that whilst all of these parks are free to enter car parking charges may apply. If you find this post useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. …
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Woodford Park in Woodley

Woodford Park in Woodley

We recently visited Woodford Park in Woodley and spent hours there as there was plenty to do. If you find this blog useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. What is there at Woodford Park in Woodley? There are three different play areas to explore. The one nearest the car park is fenced and has a zip wire, a sandpit overlooking the lake, climbing frames and more. The second play area is across the field and has larger play equipment for older children including zip wires, a large slide and climbing frame, swings, sea-saw, obstacle…
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Christchurch Meadows in Reading

Christchurch Meadows in Reading

Christchurch Meadows is based in Reading and runs between Reading Bridge and Christchurch Bridge next to the River Thames. Read on to find out more about Christchurch Meadows in Reading. If you find this post useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook.  Find Out More About Christchurch Meadows Christchurch Meadows in Reading can be found along the River Thames, with a large play area which includes a wooden boat, sandpit, swings, climbing frames, zip wire and more. There is something for all ages. There is also a large playing field, tennis courts and paddling pool,…
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Tumblestone Hollow Adventure Playground

Tumblestone Hollow Adventure Playground

(AD Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies have been gifted tickets to Tumble Stone Hollow Adventure Playground on a number of occasions since it opened - we love visiting). If you find this blog post useful make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list, follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram and share with friends and family who might also find it useful. Tumblestone Hollow is a mysteriously magical adventure playground set in the grounds of Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, just outside Henley-on-Thames. We have visited many times and always enjoy our time there. What can you do there? The wooden Adventure Playground here is just incredible!…
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The New Cantley Park Play Area

The New Cantley Park Play Area

We recently visited the new play area at Cantley Park in Wokingham and I have to say we were really impressed! There is a great range of play equipment for all ages (including adults!). The play area is bright and colourful with some interactive elements too. What's at Cantley Park Play Area? The park has an excellent variety of play equipment to suit all ages - it is laid out in different zones for different age groups and there is also wheelchair accessible equipment in the play area. There is lots of different swinging equipment for both younger and older…
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Bachelor’s Acre in Windsor

Bachelor’s Acre in Windsor

Bachelor's Acre is a small park located a little way from the tourist bustle in the centre of Windsor. It has quite a large children's play area and a number of other things to see. What will I find there? There is a variety of different play equipment aimed at 3-8 year olds in the playground. You will find climbing frames, a little play house, slides, see-saws, balancing beams and swings. The park also has a lovely water feature which has jets of water rising at different times and heights, making a lovely splash pad for the children to enjoy…
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Vansittart Recreation Ground in Windsor

Vansittart Recreation Ground in Windsor

Vansittart Recreation Ground in Windsor consists of an open field with a football pitch, play area and skate park. The play area is suitable for 3-12 year olds. There is limited free parking which was slightly tricky to find, however head to the 'parking' section on this blog post where you will find more details of parking suggestions. What is in the play area at Vansittart Recreation Ground? There were swings for both toddlers and older children, plus several climbing frames. One climbing frame was small for little ones and the others were suitable for older children including the large…
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