Jubilee Park, Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire Tel: 01600 890360 A large hedge maze set on the banks of the River Wye at Symonds Yat.
Speech House Road, Broadwell, Coleford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 827357 Beechenhurst Lodge gives you the opportunity to enjoy some of the South Wests' best loved sculptures, forest walks, trails and open countryside.
Caldicot Castle & Country Park
Church Road, Caldicot, Gwent Tel: 01291 420421 Caldicot Castle is set in fifty five acres of beautiful Country Park.
Speech House Road, Broadwell, Coleford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 833057 Famous for its two large ponds and Forestry Commission picnic site, there was no historical settlement at Cannop, but the entire area was a centre of much industrial activity in the 18th and 19th centuries. The ponds are not natural, being created in 1826 on naturally marshy ground to form reservoirs to supply Parkend Ironworks, over a mile downstream. The flow of water was regulated by a weirs (which still exist at the southern ends of the ponds) and the water was channelled to Parkend in stone lined waterways known as 'leats'. Between the ponds are Cannop Stonework's which began wok in 1902 to produce high quality building stone from the numerous quarries in the area.
Bridge Street, Chepstow, Gwent Tel: 01291 624065
Historic Chepstow Castle overlooking the River Wye.
Gwy House, Bridge Street, Chepstow, Gwent Tel: 01291 625981 Chepstow Museum displays the rich and varied past of this ancient town, once an important port and market centre.
Cinderbury Iron Age Experience
The Rocks, Clearwell, Coleford, Gloucestershire Tel: 0870 609 3219 Cinderbury Iron Age Experience is a unique opportunity for visitors to step back in time and experience life in the Iron Age.
The Rocks, Clearwell, Coleford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 832535 Ancient Iron Mine and Caves.
31 Culver Street, Newent, Gloucestershire Tel: 01531 821173
Contemporary Art Centre in the town of Newent.
Elton Farm, Elton, Newnham, Gloucestershire Tel:01452 760795 Farm ground comprising of mazes with theme covering 8 acres and mountainboard centre.
Forest Model Village
Lydney Park Estate, Old Park, Lydney, Gloucestershire Tel:01594 842244 Model village displaying forest scenes and people.
Forest of Dean Mechanical Organs
Springfields, Drybrook, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 542278 Mechanical Organ museum.
5 Miles south of Ross on Wye off A40
English Heritage Ross on Wye HR9 6HY Tel: 01600 890538 Adults £3.70 Child £1.90 Concs £2.80
This fortified baronial palace stands majestically on a red sandstone crag, commanding the passage of the river Wye into the picturesque wooded valley of Symonds Yat.
Hartpury Historic Buildings
Church Road, Hartpury, Gloucester Tel: 01531 822144 Group of Historic buildings situated in the village of Hartpury.
Harts Barn Craft Centre
Monmouth Road, Longhope, Gloucestershire Tel: 01452 830954 Craft Centre in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean with various outlets.
Harbour Road, Lydney, Gloucestershire, Tel: 08708 506506 Old harbour which has recently been restored.
Lydney Park Spring Gardens
Lydney Park Estate Office, Lydney, Gloucestershire, Tel: 01594 842844 Spring Gardens with rhododendrons and azaleas. Roman temple site and museums.
Near Blakeney, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 833057
These lakes were constructed by the Forestry Commission and now form the centre piece of a picturesque part of the Forest. Spend a lovely summer's day here and take a very gentle short walk around the small lake at Mallard's Pike. Barbeque hearths and picnic area. Ample car parking. Bluebells form a magnificent carpet to the woodland floor in May
Longhope, Gloucestershire Viewpoint in the northern part of the district.
Nagshead Nature Reserve
Fancy Road, Parkend, Lydney, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 833057 RSPB Nature Reserve with trails and visitor centre.
Nelson Museum & Local History Centre
New Market Hall, Priory Street, Monmouth, NP25 3XA. (Tel) : 01600 710630 (Fax) : 01600 710631 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org The Nelson Museum was founded in 1924, following the bequest to Monmouth by Lady Llangattock of her collection of material relating to the famous admiral.
National Birds of Prey Centre
Newent, Gloucestershire Tel: 01531 820286
The visitor attraction showing 160 birds of prey with daily flying demonstrations. Pets corner for children. Coffee shop and picnic areas.
Newent Lake Park
Gloucestershire Newent Lake is the jewel of the town. Originally part of the Newent Court
estate, this large picturesque lake lay abandoned for several decades.
Belle Vue Road, Cinderford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 822555
Providing quality films for the whole family, in this wonderfully restored Edwardian theatre.
Speech House Road, Broadwell, Coleford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 833057 Forestry Commission site with sculpture trail.A really fascinating walk of 4.1 miles with various woodland sculptures reflecting the life and work of the Forest of Dean - Starts at Beechenhurst Lodge.
Sedbury, Chepstow, Gwent Tel: 01291 621593 Llama and Camel trekking centre.
Shambles Victorian Village
24 Church Street, Newent, Gloucestershire Tel: 01531 822144 Victorian Village nestled away behind the streets of Newent town.
Soudley, Cinderford, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 833057 Forestry Commission picnic site with ponds and viewpoint.
Speech House (Hotel)
Gloucestershire GL16 7EL Tel: 01594 822607
The Speech House Hotel is a 17th century former hunting lodge set in the heart of the Forest of Dean
Lydney Park Estate, Lydney, Gloucestershire Tel: 01594 844841 Original 17th Century coach house and courtyard within Lydney Park Estate housing a craft centre.
The Three Choirs Vineyard
Three Choirs is on the B4215, two miles from Newent, Gloucestershire. Tel: 01531 890223
The Wharf House
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Over, Gloucester Tel: 01452 332900 A new quality attraction on the edge of Gloucester with free visitor centre exploring 750 years history of the Leadon Valley.
Tintern, Chepstow, Gwent Tel: 01291 689251 Ruins of ancient Tintern Abbey.
Nr. Blakeney, Gloucestershire Tel:01594 833057 .A 3.7 mile walk which is steep in parts but provides good views of the surrounding countryside. Or spend a lazy summer's day here beside the stream. The picnic site is situated; in very picturesque surroundings. Great for the children. Ample car parking. Forestry Commission picnic site