in the UK
Amazing Hedge Puzzle has 12 routes and 13 dead-
The rumours that a skeleton was found in the
maze, complete with backpack is completely un-
At Westons Cider Visitor Centre you can hear how cider is produced, from the planting of the orchards to the moment the cider is poured into a glass. Step back in time as you experience the tranquil and fragrant vat shed, housing historic oak vats, some nearly 200 years old and all still used. If you visit in Autumn you may get to see the milling and pressing of the cider fruit. The tours take up to an hour and a half and this includes a tasting of ciders and perries in the shop.
Set in a glorious rural environment you have a unique opportunity for a close encounter with many rare, miniature and very special friendly animals. The 'hands on' experience is actively encouraged and you may wish to feed some of them with the specially formulated food.
A day at the races is as casual or as formal as you want to make it. For some it’s a get together with friends, for others it’s an excuse to dress up, especially on Ladies Day. Families are always welcome. Children under 16 can enter for free and enjoy free entertainment on certain days if accompanied by parents. Hereford has a full calendar of event so check the website and have a great day.
There are a lot more than just cows at Shortwood Family Farm! They have donkeys, ponies, pigs, ducks, geese, hens, bantams, sheep, goats, guinea pigs, lambs and a turkey called Colin!
This takes place along one of the quieter stretches
of the River Wye. You can hire a canoe for any period from 2 hours to 5 days.
They advise on routes and stopping places along the way where you can be fed
and watered. Canoes are two person open-
River Cruises often provide fantastic vantage points to enjoy stunning scenery, panoramic views and wildlife in it's natural habitat. Kingfisher river cruise is no exception. The cruise which is run by a local family between March and October (check dates before setting off) will take you along the beautiful River Wye and your captain will point out some of the features for you while you sit back, relax and enjoy the changing scenery.
Eastnor Castle is many people image of a fairy tale castle. The Castle is surrounded by a beautiful arboretum and lake. It has richly decorated interiors containing medieval armour, fine art and tapestries.It takes approximately one hour to tour the castle and you will see the magnificent state rooms including the Great Hall, State Dining Room, Gothic Drawing Room, Octagon Saloon and a number of the opulent bedrooms. There are friendly, experienced and well informed guides in all of the rooms offering information and history on the Castle.
It is possible to stay at the castle as there are 12 bedrooms but they must be hired as part of a wedding, private party or corporate event. There are also 2 holiday cottages set in the deer park campsite.
Hampton Court Castle and Gardens is often confused with Hampton Court Palace that is in London. As you can see the castle has a beautiful setting and is a popular wedding venue. The gardens are spectacular and contain a number of water features.
Hereford Cathedral has an exhibition that uses models and some original artifacts to reveal some of the secrets of the Mappa Mundi, the most complete pre 15th century map of the world.
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