Surrounded by the wonderful woodlands of Bracknell Forest, the traditional English town of Bracknell invites travellers to enjoy its quintessential culture, rich historical heritage and natural splendour. Splendid and sophisticated stately homes are scattered upon the verdant environs of the town, giving an air of imperial majesty to the picturesque and provincial town. Dynamic museums, traditional cuisine and intriguing monuments will ensure visitors are pleasantly surprised by this enchanting English enigma.
Residing outside of the traditional and timbered Bull Pub are two of Bracknell’s most iconic attractions, both of which are based upon water. The Water Ball is a large granite ball suspended by water pressure, which spins smoothly when pushed. Similarly, the Water Clock records the time by spraying jets of water upon the hours; it’s a novel and unforgettable sight guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Look Out for the Discovery Centre
Nestled amidst the towering trees and fascinating flora of Bracknell Forest is the Lookout Discover Centre, an intriguing and interactive museum that boasts a beautiful location. Surrounded by natural splendour, the centre is situated beside endless walking trails and orienteering opportunities. Within, encompassing exhibitions encourage interaction and detail local history, science and nature in a fun and fascinating manner.
The Yorkshire Rose
Located a matter of minutes from the Bracknell’s town centre, the Yorkshire Rose epitomises the warm and comforting essence of traditional British pubs. Serving classic cuisine with an innovative and international twist, the alluring ambience and delectable dishes are guaranteed to delight; sample the rosemary and garlic smothered rack of lamb or the grilled claves livers with crispy bacon for a true taste of the English countryside. (Forest Road, Warfield, Bracknell)