Discover the best top things to do in Hatfield, United Kingdom (UK) including Hatfield House, de Havilland Aircraft Museum, Tulip Clinic, St Albans Cathedral, Welwyn Roman Baths, Mill Green Museum and Mill, Stanborough Park, Willows Activity Farm, Verulamium Park, Hatfield Park Farm.
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4 based on 810 reviews
Hatfield House is the home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and their family. The Estate has been in the Cecil family for 400 years. Superb examples of Jacobean craftsmanship can be seen throughout the House. Hatfield House is open from Easter Saturday to 30th September each year.
What a nightmare we arrived early but parking was horrendous so badly planned causing chaos. Eventually arrived at the fair with pre booked tickets not very Christmassy extortionate prices in the cafe. The tents were so full you couldn't see anything people with wheelchairs and prams unable to move . The stalls were too close together which was a nightmare to navigate. The rubbish on sale at some of the stalls was disgusting and only really suitable for a car boot at most . Attended far better Christmas fairs this year. Will not be returning to this one
4.5 based on 288 reviews
If you like the mosquito and de Havilland aircraft this is a brilliant place to go it is a museum in progress so at the moment there is nothing flash about it probably don't want to go when it's raining or cold having said that I certainly will be going back again you can see them working on planes loads of engines and commercial planes see website for more details
5 based on 48 reviews
Tulip Clinic offers powerful or relaxing massages, in spacious and relaxing surroundings - from a professional team of therapists from 10am - 9pm, Monday - Saturday, (7pm-9pm appointments only). We truly believe that massage can improve your life. So drop in to our clinic or give us a call to release muscle tension, reduce stress and improve your sense of wellbeing. Services offered - we offer a range of massage types to best suit you: (all charged at £25/30min, £45/60min, £65/90min, £85/120min) Traditional Thai Yoga Massage - A comprehensive full body treatment that relieves muscular tension, improves circulation, boosts the immune system and balances the body energetically. Thai Oil Massage - An invigorating, rhythmic massage that combines deep, firm pressure with rolling and stretching movements using palms, thumbs, elbows and knees and the application of warmed Dosha oils. Relaxing (Swedish) Massage - Relaxation massage is a gentle Swedish massage that uses smooth, gliding strokes to help you relax. The massage therapist will move at a slower pace and use lighter pressure. Deep Tissue Massage & Sports Massage - Deep Tissue Massage is a technique focusing primarily on the deeper layers of muscles and the fascia. With this technique the therapist uses firmer pressure and oil in order to reach these key areas. Back, Neck and Shoulders - A great way for busy customers to relieve tension in the parts of the body commonly associated with discomfort. Foot Massage (Reflexology) - Reflexes in the feet and hands correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Massaging these points reduces stress and helps the body's own natural healing abilities to flourish. The benefits of massage are numerous and are listed below. Benefits of massage: - Massage can help increase joint mobility by reducing any thickening of the connective tissue and helping to release restrictions in the fascia - Massage improves muscle tone and balance, reducing the physical stress placed on bones and joints It increases flexibility in the muscles due to muscular relaxation. - Massage relieves muscular tightness, stiffness, spasms and knots or restrictions in the muscle tissue It increases blood circulation, bringing more oxygen and nutrients into the muscles. - Massage can improve circulation by mechanically assisting the venous flow of blood back to the heart. - Massage helps to reduce pain by the release of endorphins (endorphins are also known to help elevate your mood) and decreases stress hormone levels. - Massage helps to reduce stress and anxiety by relaxing the mind and body, inducing a sense of wellbeing and promoting sleep. - Massage relieves Office Syndrome. Thank you for Reading and we hope to see you soon at: Tulip Clinic 21a Wigmores North, Welwyn Garden City, Herts AL8 6PG Tel:01707 898887 Mob: 07581 370836
Treated my husband to a 90 minute massage at Tulip, as he had had a very stressful week and has also been suffering from a niggling pain in his neck (not me, an actual pain in his neck ;o). I have lived in WGC for...MoreThank you for taking the time to write this kind review. We're so happy that you found us and that your husband enjoyed his treatment. We look forward to seeing you as well next time!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
St Albans Cathedral is the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain. It stands over the place where Alban, the first martyr, was buried after giving his life for his faith over 1700 years ago.The building itself is a blend of architectural styles spanning a millennia and contains recycled Roman bricks from Verulamium. Of special interest are the 13th century wall paintings, a rare watching loft and the shrines of Saint Alban and Amphibalus, the priest who converted Alban to Christianity.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Tunnel through time to the world of the Romans - with a visit to Welwyn Roman Baths. You can't take a hot bath any more - the boiler went out about 1,800 years ago when the Romans left! But you can see some fascinating remains which have survived from their time. Learn about how the Romans liked to relax with an elegant culture of bathing, and admire their creativity and style. The bath house remains are a scheduled ancient monument and were once part of a fine villa. The layout of the cold, warm and hot rooms and the heating system are remarkably well preserved. The baths are ingeniously preserved in a steel vault under the A1(M) motorway. You can find out how this vault was built. Also on display are archaeological finds from the Welwyn area and an exhibition devoted to the history of the site, which was uncovered during the 1960s and 70s by the Welwyn Archaeological Society. Welwyn Roman Baths are open Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays and 7 Days a week during Hertfordshire School Holidays 2-5pm PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CLOSED THROUGHOUT DECEMBER.
We visited the Baths en-famille at a summer event, so there was plenty to involve the grandchildren outside the site itself.
The baths are buried under the A1M in a large steel tunnel. You arrive down a smaller tunnel from the car park/picnic area above ground. Don’t expect a huge Roman ruin. It’s the remains of a villa/estate. The remains are interesting however, with plenty of explanatory material around the edges of the ruins themselves. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Mill Green Museum and Mill, in the tiny village of Mill Green between Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield, is a little gem with loads to offer for a fun day out. You can explore the fascinating 300 year old water mill, restored to full working order. Visit the local history museum in the old mill house, bring a picnic or have a tasty cream tea on summer Sunday afternoons, from Easter to September. We are open all year round, Tuesday-Sunday plus bank holidays. We warmly welcome families and groups. There's always something new to see as we change Exhibitions regularly. Every school holiday there's lots of things for children to do. We also have a lively events and activities programme.
Went to visit early in season, made me quite nostalgic, I am not exactly ancient, but living my first years with family that included grandparents I can remember several of the items and machines on display being in everyday use. The mill was working and proved fascinating to watch, actually kept grandchildren quiet watching and listening to explanation being clearly and knowledgeably given. The season was too early for one of their famous cream teas but the grandkids enjoyed using the dough made with the flour to make Hot Cross Buns. Especially when they claimed them to eat, after they had been baked. There was also a "trail" to find all the hidden pictures which they enjoyed. While we sat enjoying a cup of tea and the view. Brought a loaf of their fresh baked bread home, delicious.
4 based on 201 reviews
We live locally and walked to Stanborough lakes arriving at the large boating lake. The lake is surrounded by plenty of grass and is a lovely walk. There are fishing dots and plenty of birds. My grandson enjoyed the space and the playground by the smaller boating lake. The cafeteria facilities and toilet area need improvement as during peak times they are inadequate.
4 based on 580 reviews
A wholesome day out the whole family will enjoy. Our all inclusive price ensures a carefree day out with all shows, fun fair rides, inflatables, Tractor Ride, acres of outdoor and under cover activities plus entry to the Peter Rabbit Adventure Playground included in the entry price. Enjoy the farmyard animals, the countryside setting with delicious home made food available in our catering outlets, gift shop, free parking and an easy to find location, just off junction 22 of the M25. We have seasonal events including Potato Shindig where every child can harvest a bag of potatoes and Pumpkin Festival where every child can pick their own Pumpkin.
Having been here few time we have only good things to say about this place. Great day out for the kids. There is a large soft play are if there is bed weather. Plenty of space to have a picnic and lots to do outdoors.Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, We are really pleased you had a great day out. We hope you come back & see us soon.
4.5 based on 788 reviews
Verulamium Park is a public park in the City of St Albans, Hertfordshire. Along with being a wide open area for recreational purposes, the park includes all that is left of a Roman settlement from which the park takes it's name. The large amount of history on view in the park has resulted in a museum dedicated to the Historic Roman heritage upon which St Albans has been built. The park also includes a long list of facilities including; Tennis courts, sand courts, football and cricket pitches, An athletics track and field facility, a golf course, childrens play area, outdoor childrens Splash Park, a large leisure facility called westminster lodge Leisure Centre which contains a gym and indoor swimming pool, a cafe, a large lake fed by the River Ver, plenty of provision for picnics and family activities and what is thought to be the oldest and one of the most famous public houses in England called The Fighting Cocks. Overlooking the entire area is the St Albans Abbey, a large Cathedral dating back to 1077AD. The park is an epicentre of greenery and wildlife and it is a hub of social and recreational activity that the people of St Albans can be extremely proud of.
We left car in parking area here then wandered round the huge and beautiful park, with large lake (much bird life including a heron), and various Roman relics (NOT the theatre- you have to exit park by museum, cross main road and it's dead opposite.) We visited the Roman mosaic / hypocaust (free: in its own little building); no time to see museum but it's an interesting 'Roman' style of architecture!
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Hatfield Park Farm opened in 2011 in the grounds of Hatfield House. Enjoy walking amongst the paddocks to see the animals grazing or maybe take advantage of the feeding stations and see them up close. Children can play in the sand pits, bounce around on the tractor tyres and climb up and over the wooden tractor.
Lovely little farm, there's open grassland, farmyard animals and animal feed. What's not to like. Next to the kids play area too called "bloody hollow"
All very good but the fact that there are no toilets by the play area or the farm itself is absolutely ridiculous! My 3 year old girl needed the loo so we had to leave the farm, cross the car park and use the loos in the church hall a 5 minute walk away. Then upon my return my 6 year old piped up saying he also needed to use the facilities.
Surely even just a couple of portaloos wouldn't be so difficult. I saw about 4 or 5 kids weeing behind trees by the play area. It's alright for a one off but if everyone is doing the same it's another matter.
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