More Places to Visit

Dean Forest Railway

4 ½ miles of heritage railway from Parkend to Lydney, passing through beautiful woodland.  Trains are operated by both steam and diesel locomotive. A gift shop, museum and cafe can be found at the main station at Norchard.

Beechenhurst Picnic Site and Sculpture Trail

Beechenhurst Picnic Site and Sculpture Trail 10 miles.

Open from dawn to dusk every day of the year, a 4.5 mile trail with sculptures to enjoy along the way inspired by the trees, wildlife and past industry, including a 10 foot by 12 foot stained glass window hanging in the canopy.


The Malvern Hills

An Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, the Malverns are a range of hills found in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, running north south from Great Malvern.  They are 8 miles long overlooking the River Severn valley to the east and the Cotswolds beyond.

Wyedean Canoe Hire

Canoe Hire at Symonds Yat 17 miles 

Clay pigeon shooting at Chessgrove Farm

Outdoor adventure with a difference, try something you've never done before.

Forest of Dean Adventure

Outdoor activities including archery, adventure ropes and climbing tower located in the atmospheric Forest of Dean.

The Kymin, Monmouth

View from The Kymin 19 miles, towards the Brecon Beacons. 

Westbury Court Garden

Westbury Court Garden 6 miles.

The Palace Cinema Cinderford

The Palace Cinema 6 miles

Go-Ape Forest of Dean

Go-Ape 7 miles

Lydney Harbour

Lydney Harbour 9 miles 

Lydney Park Spring Gardens and Roman Temple Site

Lydney Park Spring Gardens and Roman Temple Site 9 miles 

Tauras Crafts, Lydney

Tauras Crafts 9 miles

Nagshead Nature Reserve, Forest of Dean

Nagshead Nature Reserve 9 miles 

Cannop Ponds, Forest of Dean

Cannop Ponds 10 miles

May Hill

May Hill 11 miles 


Pedalabikeaway 11 miles

Clearwell Caves

Clearwell Caves 12 miles 

International Birds of Prey Centre

International Birds of Prey Centre 13 miles

Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral 15 miles 

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