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Lydiard Park is a beautiful historic estate on the western edge of Swindon, with the Palladian House, Church and Walled Garden, set in 260 acres of parkland. The children's play area, Cafe & Tea Rooms, events and education programmes make Lydiard...more
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A great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Beautiful landscaped gardens perfect for the kids to run, there is a large playground. For a fee there is an additional high level obstacle course in the trees for kids and adults.
There is a stately home...More
Beautiful park especially in the summer. Lots of different entrances depending on which car park you come from. There are also some beautiful buildings to check out and some lovely walking trails. Small cafe also on grounds.
This is a lovely open space which can be enjoyed by children of all ages. There is a swing park with the likes of a zip wire and expanses of grass for ball games, dogs etc.
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The ancestral home of the Viscounts Bolinbroke now run by Swindon Borough Council. Only the ground floor is open for visitors. Fairly basic but interesting. There is a walled garden which is probably good in the spring. In it are many types of apple tree....More
Lydiard park is a great asset to Swindon, a fantastic place to unwind and forget that you are in a town. The scenery is lovely and there is plenty to do with the children, whether it be a nature trail, childrens play park, or the...More
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There is a good track all the way round and prays, wheelchairs can access the whole track. Please not that after bad weather some parts of the track can become quite muddy, (mainly the wooded areas on the far side. I've seen... More
There is a good track all the way round and prays, wheelchairs can access the whole track. Please not that after bad weather some parts of the track can become quite muddy, (mainly the wooded areas on the far side. I've seen others breastfeeding in more secluded areas and in my opinion I can't see any issues. it might be worth checking with the rangers office first to make sure it's ok to do so.