Days out in Hertfordshire

East Herts Golf Club (3 miles, 7 minutes drive)

Founded in 1899 the East Herts Golf Club is one of the premier golfing venues in Hertfordshire. In magnificent grounds surrounding Hamels Mansion, this 18 hole par 71 6440 yard course is perfect for a relaxing day while we service your vehicle. The club sports a large restaurant with a lounge bar overlooking the 18th. Visitors their website for more details.
East Herts Golf Club

Duxford Imperial War Museum (14 miles, 27 minutes drive)

Just off the M11 between Stansted and Cambridge, The Imperial War Museum at Duxford houses a fascinating display of military machinery. Exhibits include the American Air Museum showing off the cold war B-52 bomber, the Land Warfare collection with tanks and armoured vehicles and a 'walk on' static Concorde. Air displays run on selected days. Check out the website for more events Duxford War Museum

Shepreth Wildlife Park (13 miles, 25 minutes drive)

A great day out for all the family. See Bengal Tigers, Mountain Lions, Monkeys and everyone's favourite, Meerkats! The kids will love Waterworld, Bug city and feeding the giant carp in the lake. The park has a restaurant and Disabled access. Read more -
Shepreth Wildlife Park

Wimpole Hall & Home Farm (17 miles, 32 minutes drive)

Wimpole Hall, built-in 1643 and once owned by Lord Harley, the 2nd Earl of Oxford, is now a premier National Trust property in Cambridgeshire.
Home Farm offers endless fun for the children. All the animals (cows, sheep, chickens etc) can be hand-fed and lambing season is the highlight of the year. A horse-drawn carriage takes you to and from the house and farm although the 1/2 mile walk through the gardens is very enjoyable. Highly recommended.
Wimpole Hall & Farm

Cambridge University Botanic Garden (21 miles, 37 minutes drive)

First opened in 1846 and spanning 40 acres of beautiful gardens and greenhouses, the Cambridge Botanic Garden is the Kew of East Anglia. They provide all year round interest and are a focal point for study and conservation in the area.
Cambridge Botanic Gardens

The Fitzwilliam Museum (21 miles, 42 minutes drive)

The Fitzwilliam Museum houses a fantastic collection of paintings, sculptures, pottery & glass, coins, armour and furniture. Located in the centre of Cambridge, there are easy bus links and access to the shops, bars and restaurants of the city centre.Fitzwilliam Museum

Punting on the River Cam (22 miles, 42 minutes drive)

What could be better than sitting back, relaxing and being shown around Cambridge in a punt. Feeling more energetic? Hire one, do it yourself and explore! Scudamore's and Granta offer ' self-drive' or guided tours.
Scudamores Punting Company or Granta Canoe & Punt

Audley End House & Gardens (12 miles, 25 minutes drive)

Built in the early 17th Century this beautiful English Heritage house sits in 99 acres of grounds. The parkland was designed by Capability Brown and includes a lake, woodland and large open areas of natural grassland.
Audley End hosts many open days and events during the year. Visit the website for more details.
Audley End House & Gardens

Related Links: Fixed Price Servicing | Contact Us

Contact Us | VW Insurance | New Volkswagens | Terms & Conditions | © Jamie Porter Ltd