Close Attractions

What's close to Lyndricks House


Ascot Races

Ascot Racecourse is the world's most famous racecourse with a history of horse racing spanning 300 years. We are located in Ascot, Berkshire, UK. Between 2004-6 the racecourse underwent a £200 million redevelopment and is now a state-of-the-art facility containing 7 Restaurants and 255 private boxes, attracting over 500,000 visitors a year. Royal Ascot is our 5 day showcase event every June and has established itself as a national institution and the centrepiece of the British social calendar, featuring seven Group One races and seventeen group races in total.”

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Guards Polo Club

The Club was founded on 25th January 1955 with HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as President.

Within the Great Park at Windsor, the Club is set in the outstanding natural surroundings of Smith's Lawn, which is thought to have been named after a game keeper at the time of the Restoration in the 17th century.

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The Savill Garden

“The Savill Garden is one of Britain’s greatest ornamental gardens. Neither a botanical garden, nor a kitchen garden attached to a great house, it is a garden for the garden’s sake, enjoyed by horticulturalists and enthusiasts alike. It never fails to charm visitors who come to explore its 35 acres of contemporary and classically designed gardens and exotic woodland.”

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Windsor Great Park

Windsor Great Park covers 4,800 acres, parts of which are open to the public. Its present area was determined in the 1360s and was popular with Saxon kings as a hunting forest. The park is shrouded in mystery and legend and for over 1,000 years the story of Herne the Hunter has been told. His ghost still appears wearing the antlers of a stag, riding a phantom black stallion at the head of a pack of black hounds. He appears to warn of times of trouble and gallops through Windsor Great Park only to disappear into thin air.

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Wentworth Club

Wentworth Club is best known for its associations with professional golf. It has three eighteen hole courses:the famous Harry Colt-designed West Course from 1926, the earlier yet lesser played East Course which was also designed by Colt in 1924, the recent Edinburgh Course designed by John Jacobs, and a nine hole par-3 Executive Course. The visitor's green fee for the West Course for Summer 2008 is £285. A few years earlier, when it was £210, it was the highest in Europe according to the British Golf Industry Association.

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Legoland Windsor

LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a theme park dedicated to children aged 3- 12 years old.  An inspirational land where the kids are the hero. It's a family attraction like no other -  where the fun never stops and imagination knows no bounds.  And from March 2012, you can stay over at the new LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Hotel right in the middle of the park!

With over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a unique family theme park.

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The Lookout Discovery Centre

Visiting The Look Out is a great day out, with the main attraction being the hands- on science exhibition which has over 90 hands- on activities. We also have a gift shop, coffee shop and adventure play area. The centre is set in 1000 hectares of woodland.  

The Look Out Discovery Centre has over 90 exhibits suitable for children of all ages. Toddlers and younger children love the indoor stream, mini supermarket and soft play area. Older children through to adults will be fascinated by the hands- on science exhibits and puzzles.

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Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is an official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world. A Royal home and fortress for over 900 years, the Castle remains a working palace today.

The Queen uses the Castle both as a private home, where she usually spends the weekend, and as a Royal residence at which she undertakes certain formal duties.

Every year The Queen takes up official residence in Windsor Castle for a month over Easter (March- April), known as Easter Court. During that time The Queen hosts occasional 'dine and sleeps' events for guests, including politicians and public figures.

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The Theatre Royal Windsor

This beautiful theatre nestles in the shadow of Windsor Castle and is the only unsubsidised producing theatre to operate all year round in Britain.

Our repertoire is wide, ranging from the classics and traditional pantomime to first productions of new work some of which subsequently transfer to the West End.

The Theatre Royal has gained a reputation for the quality of its productions and is currently one of Britain's leading theatres.

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Thorpe Park

THORPE PARK unleashes extreme terror in 2009 with the hotly anticipated launch of SAW - The Ride, the first ever horror movie themed rollercoaster. The new coaster will test the nerve of all who dare ride it by placing them at the mercy of the film's master manipulator, Jigsaw, to endure a 'beyond vertical' drop of 100°from a terrifying height of 100ft, as well as three death defying inversions.

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Hampton Court Palace

The 15th century Hampton Court Castle surrounded by 1000 acres of stunning parkland, pasture and woodlands with the river Lugg running alongside predates Hampton Court Palace by some 80 years.

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Windsor Racecourse

Windsor Racecourse, also known as Royal Windsor Racecourse, is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Windsor, Berkshire, England.

It is one of only two figure- of- eight courses in the United Kingdom, the other being at Fontwell Park.

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Coral Reef

f you dream of clear blue water, palm trees and coconut groves then Coral Reef, Bracknell's Water World, is the place for you all year round.

Specially designed with fun in mind there are three giant water slides, wild water rapids, an erupting volcano and hissing snakes.

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London

London is approx 25 miles from Ascot. Frequent Southwest trains from Ascot station will take you into Waterloo station which is next to the London Eye.

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