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Best things to do in Forest of Dean

Natural Feature
“Featuring stunning walks in all seasons across Herefordshire and Gloucestershire - a great day out for everyone. Lots of wildlife, including wild boar, horses and more recently the Highway Rat! Bike Hire available and lots of cycle paths too.”
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Sitio histórico
“Very famous ruin of an old Abbey in beautiful location new to the Wye river”
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“Goodrich Castle, seen in the distance from the tipis, is a Normal Medieval Castle & English Heritage Site. The castle is home to the 'Roaring Meg', the only surviving Civil War mortar.”
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“This is magical at Christmas. Truly. There are 100’s of presents wrapped up in the caves all with names. My children loved trying to find “their” present. Lovely cafe and beautiful illuminated story all down in the caves, plus Santa in his grotto. ”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“I haven't been to this one but did do the Go Ape in Kielder Forest with my daughter. Bit scary at times but great fun.”
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Tienda de ciclismo
“guided Mountain Biking locally. Booking essential please mention Monmouth Cabin.”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“The Forest is home to Puzzle Wood which contains pre-Roman open cast iron workings and a maze covering 14 acres of pathways and rock ravines,with secret passages and hidden doorways. It has been used for film sets such as Star Wars, Merlin and Dr Who.”
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“Offering a variety of hearty dishes which can be enjoyed in the restaurant, flag-floored bar area, or whilst watching the ancient hand ferry from one of the riverside terraces.”
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“Berkeley castle is an interesting castle to visit for a historical tour, or to attend any of the investing events throughout the year. They have classic car shows, medieval reenactments, Shakespeare and Opera on the lawn and much more.”
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Bus Station
“Tintern Abbey was founded on 9 May 1131 by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow. It is situated adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye, which at this location forms the border between Monmouthshire in Wales and Gloucestershire in England.”
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“Walking and cycling routes available along the Wye valley via Symonds Yat Rock ”
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“Explore some ancient woodland great magical place for children young and old. Is also been used for filming some popular programmes and films. Such as Merlin and Starwars. More recently one of the Thrones from Game of Thrones was found there.”
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“A small but perfect castle. Jousting and battle re-enactments. Nearby Edward Jenner Museum.”
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“lovely cafe and wooden play area, lots of grassy areas and a sculpture trail with walks”
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“Also has live shows from time to time. Check their programme on the internet”
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Jardín de esculturas
“Beautiful walks in the Forest of Dean under the canopy of the ancient woodland. See if you can spot the sculptures along the trails!”
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