Hertfordshire is home to Elizabeth 1, Henry Moore, Samuel Ryder & George Bernard Shaw. With beautiful and mysterious houses such as Hatfield House and Knebworth House you will be in awe of their treasures and history. We have glorious gardens of lavender, snowdrops, butterflies & rose, something to see all year around. With fabulous festivals throughout the year, you can join us in celebrating chillies, kites, music, scarecrows and even pumpkins!
Local history, social history, strange artefacts & fascinating characters. Learn about the Garden City movement or discover the birthplace of the 'mosquito' aircraft at London Colney. Taste the difference as stone-ground flour takes on a new meaning at Redbournbury Watermill & Mill Green. Tap your toes to the tunes of the theatre pipe organs at St Albans Organ Theatre; sample everyday Roman life at Verulamium Museum or enjoy hands-on-fun for all back in the classroom at the British Schools Museum in Hitchin.
For more family fun search out the life size dinosaurs at Knebworth, see the big cats and the smallest monkey at Paradise Wildlife Park or head down to Celtic Harmony for Celtic crafts and archery in a beautiful woodland clearing.
Whatever you decide to do, wherever you decide to go Hertfordshire will not disappoint you.