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Going Out in Maidenhead

About MaidenheadAbout Maidenhead

Maidenhead is a small market town which is also part of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. It is a friendly and lively town situated by the River Thames, making it the perfect spot for those who love water sports to visit. There are a range of water activities and things to do in Maidenhead. These sports include windsurfing, sailing, power boating and paddle sports, all of which you can take courses in, just in case you need a touch up on your skills. Bray Lake watersports centre is ideal for you to visit if you want to take part in any of these activities in Maidenhead. Maidenhead is also the perfect place for those who love nature. Maidenhead offers a couple of lovely places to take a stroll or walk your dog. These include Maidenhead bridge which is one of the worlds widest and flattest bridges. You could certainly enjoy an evening walk on Maidenhead bridge, where you can get beautiful views of the Thames river and enjoy a splendid sunset.

Talking about bridges, Maidenhead offers easily accessible transport for you to travel across all of Maidenhead and explore what it has to offer. So, you may be asking what else does Maidenhead have to offer? More of nature, there are several parks to visit in Maidenhead, which are great for taking the kids too. Ray Mill Island is one fantastic park for a day out with the children. Ray Mill Island is an Island by the Thames river, offering you a fabulous view of the river, lots of space to play, run around and do outdoor activities. The Island consists of a picnic tables and a seasonal café which offers a range of food for you and the children to snack on. There are many other fun activities to do in Maidenhead other than just nature activities. There are a number of heritage museums for those interested in knowing a bit of history, there is the Norden Farm Centre for the Arts which is a live entertainment venue, Berkshire college of Agriculture presents visitors with a wide range of live animals such as meerkats, monkeys, otters, skunks and more.

Maidenhead provides visitors and residents a whole range and choice of pubs, bars, and restaurants across the town. There are also several local shops and the big brands in Maidenhead to explore through. Pubs and bars in Maidenhead range from traditional pubs, gastropubs, wins bars, vibrant bars and much more. These bars and pubs provide a collection of real ales, amazing menu’s offering a selection of British food from fish to steak and a range of beers and different types of Gins. Just as any other town, Maidenhead provides one with endless choices of eateries, restaurants to eat from. These include traditional British food, an exotic Indian cuisine, and other varieties of cuisines to choose from.

There are a couple of clubs and nightclubs in Maidenhead, offering you a great night out. These include late night clubs and American styles clubs with a variety of music to dance to.

Maidenhead may seem like a quiet town where much may not be going on, but that is certainly true. The Maidenhead Festival, which is a yearly festival in the town, will prove quite the opposite. With a bunch of activities and other family friendly things to do in the festival, this is definitely a festival to attend while visiting Maidenhead in the month of July. This family focused festival has a range of music filled performances, a fairground, several stalls to discover and have a bite of some delicious refreshments and guess what? Entry is free!!

Places to eat in MaidenheadPlaces to eat in Maidenhead, Restaurants in Maidenhead

Bistro Story Polish Maidenhead
Bistro Story
Polish Maidenhead
Thai Spoon Thai Maidenhead
Thai Spoon
Thai Maidenhead
Jasmine Peking Chinese Maidenhead
Jasmine Peking
Chinese Maidenhead
Kokoro Japanese Maidenhead
Japanese Maidenhead
Raheemz British Maidenhead
British Maidenhead
New York Deli Cafe Maidenhead
New York Deli
Cafe Maidenhead

Places to drink in Maidenhead Places to drink in Maidenhead, Pubs and Bars in Maidenhead

Waterside Inn Pub/Bar Maidenhead
Waterside Inn
Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Oak & Saw Village Inn Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Oak & Saw Village Inn
Pub/Bar Maidenhead
Grenfell Arms Pub/Bar Maidenhead
Grenfell Arms
Pub/Bar Maidenhead
Oaken Grove Tuk Shop Pub/Bar Maidenhead
Oaken Grove Tuk Shop
Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Bear Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Bear
Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Maiden's Head Pub/Bar Maidenhead
The Maiden's Head
Pub/Bar Maidenhead

A brief history of MaidenheadA brief history of Maidenhead

Maidenhead is another town that can be dated back to the stone ages. The town was a also known as one of the bustling towns where Romans lived, and some Roman remains such as Roman villas which are one of the oldest villas in around the world to still exist in Maidenhead. Similar to other towns based in Berkshire, this town has thrived over the 100 and more years of its existence due to it being by the River Thames. Due to the town being by the River Thames, the town developed and became a bigger Market town as many Roman traders could travel from the town and into other towns through the water ways Thames River provided.

Maidenhead is also part of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, meaning that it is just by Windsor, which holds a historic and royal past. The town has also been known for being struck twice during the World War II. Maidenhead became a home for the Air Transport Auxiliary, a vital organization that stabilized civilians to take RAF warplanes to factories.

Something that is a part of the history of Maidenheads development is the Maidenhead bridge, which is known as the widest bridge in the world. The Bridge was built in the 17th century and is still standing today, offering a stunning view of the River Thames.

Popular things to do in MaidenheadPopular things to do in Maidenhead

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Great for kids in MaidenheadGreat for kids in Maidenhead

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Dog friendly restaurants in MaidenheadDog friendly restaurants

Did you know?Did you know?

Did you know that Maidenhead holds one of the most developed and oldest villas in the world!

Hidden gems of MaidenheadThe hidden gems of Maidenhead

Delta Force Paintball7 is one of the most adventurous places to visit and have some friends with your friends while in Maidenhead. Hidden in 100 acres of woodland, this activity hotspot seriously suits the name hidden gem.

Unique to MaidenheadUnique to Maidenhead

Maidenhead's railway bridge is the biggest railway bridge in the whole of Europe.