Attractions near Windsor Edwardian

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Windsor Castle (1 Mile)*
Towering above the winding streets of Windsor, the 12th century Windsor Castle is the largest in England.
Royal Windsor Racecourse (1 Mile)*
Experience the unique blend of royal heritage & intimate atmosphere that is Royal Windsor Racecourse. Over the years we've played host to may exciting and successful events notably our famous summertime Monday night racing!
Legoland ® Windsor (2 Miles)*
Legoland is promoted as the UK's most unique theme park. Since it opened in 1996 at Windsor it has grown steadily to become the third most popular attraction in the UK.
Runnymede (2 Miles)*
Runnymede is an integral part of England's history. These extensive water meadows along the banks of the River Thames near Windsor are where King John famously signed the Magna Carta in 1215.
Dorney Court (3 Miles)*
Dorney Court has been the home of the Palmer family for more than 450 years, passing from father to son through thirteen generations. It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Ascot Racecourse (5 Miles)*
Ascot Racecourse is synonymous with quality, excellence and a truly memorable day out. The highlight of the year is Royal Ascot in June with five days of tradition, pageantry and style.
Cliveden (6 Miles)*
This spectacular estate overlooking the River Thames has a series of charismatic gardens featuring topiary, statuary, water gardens, a formal parterre and woodland and riverside walks with magnificent vistas.
Thorpe Park (6 Miles)*
For the ultimate adrenaline fix in 2012, grab your mates and take on some of Europe's most extreme rides and attractions at the nation's Thrill Capital, Thorpe Park.
Chertsey Museum (7 Miles)*
The Museum is housed in the Cedars, a Grade II listed Regency town house with an attractive garden
Look Out Discovery Centre (8 Miles)*
The Look Out Discovery Centre has over 90 interactive exhibits designed to entertain and educate children and adults of all ages.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Windsor Edwardian
Windsor (< 1 Mile)*
Windsor - A Georgian and Victorian town which grew up around the magnificent castle. Wren completed the fine Guildhall in 1689. An attractive place for shopping, with many antique shops.
Egham (4 Miles)*
Egham - A busy coaching town in the 18th and 19th centuries, the town is now by-passed by heavy traffic and this, together with the recently pedestrianised town centre, makes it a favourite shopping place.
Burnham (4 Miles)*
Burnham is an ancient township that was referred to in the Domesday Book. North of the village lies Burnham Beeches, purchased in 1880 by the Corporation of the city of London, for use by the public 'forever'
Iver Heath (5 Miles)*
Iver Heath is in south east Buckinghamshire and is part of the Iver parish. The word Iver means brow of the hill. It is approximately 20 miles west of London, close to the M25 and the M40, with the M4 about two miles to the south.
Taplow (5 Miles)*
Taplow is a small, quiet village separated from Berkshire by the River Thames.
Stoke Poges (5 Miles)*
Stoke Poges is famous for its association with Thomas Gray. The poet lies in the simple tomb of his mother and sister in the churchyard of the Church of St Giles.
Maidenhead (5 Miles)*
Maidenhead is a town on the River Thames in Berkshire. It is 25 miles west of London.
Ascot (5 Miles)*
Ascot is the small Berkshire village close to the world-famous Ascot Racecourse, in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
Sunningdale (6 Miles)*
Bracknell (7 Miles)*
The pleasant town of Bracknell in Berkshire is 33 miles west of London.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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