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The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit

There are many wonderful places to visit in Berkshire, many of which you can find on this blog, so make sure you have a good look through the blog posts and see what you can discover. Also, follow on Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook to see our adventures, which are regularly shared. Below you find some places we recommend for a summer holiday in the Royal Borough – The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit.

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The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit

  1. Windsor Castle, Windsor

    Windsor Castle is one of the Royal Residence and has over 1,000 years of Royal history. Click here to find out about visiting. the castle.Windsor Castle

  2. The Copper Horse, Windsor Great Park

    If you walk along The Long Walk you can walk upto The Copper Horse and admire views of Windsor Great Park and Windsor Castle. Click here read about the walking route to The Copper Horse. The Copper Horse, Windsor Great Park, The Deer Park

  3. Walk at The Heath at Ascot Racecourse, Ascot

    Did you know you can walk at The Heath at Ascot Racecourse and admire views of the grandstand and racecourse? There is also a play area in the centre of The Heath. Remember you can’t walk at The Heath on racedays. Click here to view when races are taking place.
    Grandstand view from The Heath Ascot Racecourse

  4. The Toy Shop at Daniel of Windsor, Windsor

    The Toy Shop at Daniel of Windsor is certainly worth a visit. It is a wonderful toy department, packed full of beautiful toys. There are also interactive toys and areas set up throughout the department so you can try out the toys.
    Daniel of Windsor Toy Shop

  5. The Cascade and Totem Pole at Virginia Water, Virginia Water

    Virgina Water is such a beautiful place to visit for a walk. There are several landmarks on the walk, you can either head to the Water Cascade or Totem Pole or if you have keen walkers you could do both.Virgina Water Cascade

  6. Dinosaur Adventure Golf, Wokingham

    Dinosaur Adventure Golf recently opened at Wokingham Family Golf and is a new 18 hole golf course (this photo is from their old course). There are also several other miniature golf courses and crazy golf courses in Berkshire you can visit. Maidenhead Adventure Golf

  7. Finchampstead Ridges, Finchampstead

    This is a woodland walk with a stunning view. We call this walk, the walk ‘at the top of the world’. It is also a lovely location for a picnic.
    Finchampstead Ridges Vantage Point

  8. (AD)Wellington Country Park, Reading

    Wellington Country Park is a big hit with Berkshire families, it has so much on offer including a miniature railway, water play area, jumping pillow, animal farm and so much more. Click here to discover more.
    Wellington Country Park

  9. (AD) Bucklebury Farm Deer & Safari Park, Bucklebury

    Bucklebury Farm has a farm to explore, large play area which including pedal go-karts, obstacle course, sandpit and a jumping pillow. You can also take a tractor and trailer ride to feed the deer. Click here for more information.
    Bucklebury Farm

  10. (AD) Jakes Playworld, Sandhurst

    Jakes Playworld is a fantastic place for the family, especially if you have young children. There is absolutely loads to do including jumping pillows, water play, animal petting, role play, lakeside walks, soft play and more. Click here to read about Berkshire Mummies visit. Construction Area at Jakes Play World

  11. A Walk at Hurley Riverside, Hurley

    Why not head to Hurley for a walk and picnic by the river. It’s a picturesque location where you can watch boats coming in and out of the lock and feed the birds. Click here to read all about our visit to Hurley. Hurley Riverside

  12. Hitcham Dairy Ice Cream, Burnham

    You buy ice creams from the hatch window at Hitcham Dairy Ice Cream and eat your ice cream in the paddock next to the animals. There are picnic benches and a small play area. Click here to read about our visit. Hitcham Dairy Ice Cream

  13. Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

    Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island are free to visit. You can watch the boats go in and out of the lock, feed the birds, play in the small play area, find the wooden sculptures and wobbly bridge on the island and watch the water cascading through Boulters Weir. Just down the road from Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island you will also find Riverside Gardens which is also a lovely place to visit. Boulters Lock

  14. The Pinewood Centre, Wokingham Without

    The Pinewood Centre has two large play areas; one train themed, the other is a wooden play area. You will also find a lovely woodland walk and the Pinewood Miniature Railway. The is also a cafe at Pinewood.
    Pinewood Centre Playground Train

  15. Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

    Lily Hill Park is a great for a walk and explore in woodland and open green space. You could have a go at a free orienteering course and have a picnic on the new very long picnic bench. Click here to read all about visiting Lily Hill Park. Also take a look at the parks Mystery Rubbings Trail.
    Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

  16. The Egg Shed, Wokingham

    The Egg Shed is a fun little trip, where you can pick from a range of eggs, select your egg carton and pay via the honesty box. It’s such a lovely experience for children. Opposite The Egg Shed is Piglittle Field which is a flat walk.
    The Egg Shed Stokes Farm

  17. Snelsmore Common, Newbury

    Snelsmore Common gives you the opportunity to explore a number of different walking routes. There is a cafe and a chance to see some wild ponies. Snelsmore Common Ponies

  18. Donnington Castle, Donnington

    Donnington Castle is a wonderful unique place for a picnic and there are walks surrounding the castle ruins. Also check out Donnington Recreation Ground just down the road from the castle. Path to Donnington Castle

  19. Hungerford Wharf, Hungerford

    Hungerford Wharf is a picturesque walk along the canal, you can park in the town centre and visit the shops and cafes as part of your visit.
    Hungerford Wharf Swinging Bridge and Church

  20. Dinton Pastures, Wokingham

    Dinton Pastures in Wokingham is a fantastic place for a lake side walk, water adventures on the lake and a play in the large play area. You can also scoot and cycle around the lake. There is crazy golf and Nature Buggies.
    Dinton Pastures - Things to do in Berkshire

  21. California Country Park, Wokingham

    California Country Park has a fantastic inclusive play area for all ages, which was opened in 2021. There is also a cafe, walks and a paddling pool. To use the paddling pool you need to book tickets online – click here. California Country Park

  22. The Look Out, Bracknell

    The Look Out has so much to offer families including The Look Out Discovery Centre, Woodland Walks, Go Ape, Den Building, Large Inclusive Play Area, Bike Rides and more. Click here to read about ’10 things to do at The Look Out’.
    Train The Look Out Bracknell

  23. Visit Holme Grange Craft Village, Wokingham

    Holme Grange Craft Village in Wokingham is made up of a number of shops and a cafe. There is Pottery Painting at Pottery Pals, Brickies Club and sewing workshops at Sewisfaction. Holme Grange Craft Village

  24. Riverside Gardens, Maidenhead

    Riverside Gardens in Maidenhead has a large play area with sandpit. There is a crazy golf and cafe plus riverside walks to enjoy. Riverside Gardens is just down the road from Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island. Jenners Crazy Golf Riverside Gardens Maidenhead

  25. Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham is a lovely day out. Car parking is by donation and then you can explore for free. There are two woodland play areas – one for older children / the other for younger children plus lakes to explore and a cafe. Adventure Playgrounds at The Nature Discovery Centre

Other blog posts you might find of interest this summer are the Summer What’s on Guide in Berkshire, Splash Pads in Berkshire, 20 places to picnic in Berkshire and Ice Creams in Berkshire.

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