Places to Visit in Berkshire, England.
The county of Berkshire lies to the west of London with its eastern boundary adjacent to Greater London. It stretches some 60 miles westwards to the Wiltshire border, with Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire to the north.
Berkshire is famous for its Castle at Windsor, Eton College and horse racing at Royal Ascot as well as the many picturesque villages and historic houses that are waiting to be enjoyed.
Eastern Berkshire is relatively urbanised whilst the west is rural in character. The River Thames runs along the Northern boundary and the area - together with those counties that also have a boundary with the river, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire - is commonly referred to as the Thames Valley.
Places to Visit in Berkshire
The Look Out Discovery Centre
Stanley Spencer Gallery
The Living Rainforest
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts
Sandham Memorial Chapel
West Berkshire Museum
Museum of English Rural Life
Wellington Country Park
Royal Windsor Information Centre
Royal Windsor Racecourse
St George's Chapel
The Savill Garden
part of The Royal Landscape
The Valley Gardens
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Where to stay and things to do in Berkshire
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