There’s plenty to see and do in Berkshire. Our Berkshire Travel Guide will help you find the way whilst on tour

About Berkshire

Berkshire has a great deal to offer and is positioned conveniently near London for those wanting to stop off for a country break while on their way to the capital. There is a huge variety of things to do in Berkshire, a county which is renowned for its quaint villages and scenic quintessentially ‘English’ countryside.

Based in the south east of England, Berkshire is a historic county which is also known as the Royal County of Berkshire, thanks to the presence of Windsor Castle within it. Berkshire is commonly associated with the Royal family where the Duchess of Cambridge was born and where her parents and family still reside.

Things To Do In Berkshire

There are many, many attractions in Berkshire including:

  • Windsor Castle
  • The Look Out Discovery Centre
  • Ascot Racecourse
  • Savill Garden
  • Eton College
  • the Picturesque villages of Hurley, Cookham, Bray or Littlewick Green
  • Windsor Great Park
  • Highclere Castle – of Downton Abbey fame
  • Basildon Park
  • Stanley Spencer Gallery
  • Royal Windsor racecourse
  • Reading Museum
  • Runnymeade National Trust
  • Legoland Windsor Resort