Open daily except when being used for state ceremonies. The semi-state rooms are open in the winter months.Walk Around Reading 2: Bourne End to Windsor
Venue for the 2012 Olympic rowing events. The park and arboretum are open to the general public on most days.Walk Around Reading 3: Bourne End to Marlow
An area of outstanding natural beauty a short train journey from London.Walk Around Reading 4: Marlow to Henley
An annual rowing event that attracts visitors from all over the world.
An attractive, modern museum funded from private money with much of local and international interest.Walk Around Reading 7: Pangbourne to Theale
Home to the Benyon family for many years, the gardens of this Elizabethan mansion have restrictive opening hours. Much of the extensive estate is accessible at all times.Walk Around Reading 10: Mortimer to Bramley
Reading University is tracing the site's development from before the Roman Occuptation to its abandonment in the 5th Century.
There's plenty here for everyone. Safe play areas for children, water sports, nature trails and lots more.Walk Around Reading 12: Hook to Winchfield
Boats can be hired from the Galleon Marine, opposite the Water Witch pub.Walk Around Reading 14: Crawthorne to Martin's Heron
A heritage centre with a lookout tower and extensive forest trails. An adventure playground for young children.Walk Around Reading 15: Martin's Heron to Ascot
The chance to buy yourself an outrageous hat.Thames Valley Circular Walk Stage 5: Kingsclere to Woolhampton
10,000 years of chequered history and plans for the future.Thames Valley Circular Walk Stage 6: Woolhampton to Streatley
Sadly, the Centre is now closed to the public although the wolves will still be cared for there. Information about their well-being may be found on the website.Thames Valley Circular Walk Stage 7 & 8: Streatley, Stonor, Marlow
26 miles through an area of outstanding natural beauty.Thames Valley Circular Walk Stage 8: Stonor to Marlow
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