Top 10 Things to do in Brandon, United Kingdom
Discover the best top things to do in Brandon, United Kingdom including High Lodge Thetford Forest, Brandon Country Park, Brandon Heritage Centre, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, Center Parcs, Brandon Brewery, Aqua Sana Elveden Forest, Eriswell Lodge, Back to Wilderness, Bike Art.
1. High Lodge Thetford Forest
4.5 based on 478 reviews
High Lodge is a recreational site set in the heart of Thetford Forest offering extensive play areas, walking trails and cycling trails. There is a cafe, bike shop and hire, Go Ape Tree Top Adventure, Go Ape Junior and Go Ape Forest Segway as well as additional seasonal attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Site entry is just £2.00 for the first hour per car and peaks at £12.50 after 4 hours. High Lodge also has an annual Discovery Pass giving access as many times as you like for a year plus other benefits.
Reviewed By JoH299 - Milton Keynes, United KingdomMilton Keynes, United Kingdom
Excellent day out
Plenty of parking, clean toilets, cafe for coffee and cake and an ice cream parlour. Thats before all of the activities. We did Go Ape, reviewed elsewhere, which was great. Afterwards ate our picnic on a bench in the sunshine. We completed the Zog trail a
2. Brandon Country Park
4.5 based on 170 reviews
Brandon Country Park is located in the very heart of Thetford Forest. Surrounded by acres of pure forest, we have miles of walking and nature trails, cycle routes, a lake, lawns, historic arboretum, Walled Garden, Visitor Centre and the Copper Beech Tearoom with our homemade cakes and soups.
Reviewed By aliol - CambridgeCambridge
Loved being outdoors with the new trike......fabulous!
Went today for a cycle ride as we were told that it would accommodate an adult size trike!..... my teenager has a new one. It is about a 45 minute drive from home.Lots of different levels/lengths of trails to do.......... we did the orange walk/blue cycle
3. Brandon Heritage Centre
4 based on 14 reviews
The Centre will re open for 2019 at Easter. In the beginning … Brandon is full of history. Probably most famous of all is the Brandon people’s relationship with the environment around the town, namely flints and fur. More so in Brandon than any other town. So it made sense to have a central location in town to display, inspire and engage with the community about the town’s Heritage
Reviewed By Clare R - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
The Centre is dull and unremarkable. So from that view, it accurately reflects the town, unfortunately. ☹️The centre was closed from November until April ( Christmas grotto excluded ) and has had a 3/4 area makeover with more to be undertaken in 2020. We
4. Royal Air Force Lakenheath
5 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By Pauline P
A must if you like jet planes
Excellent place. Really easy to find. Handy supermarket down the road and burger van on site in viewing area.
5. Center Parcs
4 based on 4 reviews
Reviewed By Tricia030 - Hastings, United KingdomHastings, United Kingdom
Good for all ages
This is our third visit to Center Parcs but our first to Suffolk, chosen because it was the flattest one for two ageing grandparents, a heavily pregnant mum and a two year old! The woodland lodges look a little tatty from the outside but inside are clean
6. Brandon Brewery
4 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By Lazyotter - ThetfordThetford
Well worth a visit as not the largest of breweries but one of the friendliest. They answered questions with enthusium and did not make you feel an idiot for asking, even though they may have thought here we go again same questions. If you are really inter
7. Aqua Sana Elveden Forest
4.5 based on 588 reviews
Reviewed By snowbride74 - Cotswolds, United KingdomCotswolds, United Kingdom
I booked a body massage for our last night at Centerparcs. The spa was lovely...lady on reception was a delight. My therapist was very sweet and I enjoyed the massage. However she was a bit too "chatty" during the treatment which meant I didn't totally re
8. Eriswell Lodge
5 based on 7 reviews
Eriswell Lodge opened its doors in April 2015, under the new ownership of Stuart & Nigel Smith. Since then extensive work has been completed to create a brilliant shooting facility, with a new 2-storey clubhouse currently being built which will have function rooms, a large café & a shop available. Eriswell Lodge offers a wide range of clay shooting disciplines. With 24 sporting stands, 4 skeet fields, 2 ABT fields, 3 DTL fields and a sportrap available there is plenty for shooters to use. Our reception area can be found in our on-site shop which stocks a range of country clothing and shooting accessories. We also stock cartridges from both Hull Cartridge and Lyalvale Express. We also have a cafe on site offering a wide range of hot & cold food & drinks. We offer have-a-go sessions for beginners, and tuition abilities and disciplines. Our fully qualified instructors will get you smashing clays in no time! We look forward to welcoming you to Erswell Lodge soon!
Reviewed By John R - Littleport, United KingdomLittleport, United Kingdom
An excellent friendly clay shooting club
This must be the best clay shooting club in the south of England.The Smith family have injected not only money but also a team of professional friendly staff who are genuinely eager to make your visit one to remember.A new clubhouse is under construction
9. Back to Wilderness
5 based on 4 reviews
Back to Wilderness provides a high quality Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness educational platform within East Anglia. Providing a conduit for people to reconnect with nature and the regions beautiful surroundings, creating memories that will last. Running a variety of courses from bespoke 1/2 day & 1 day, to 1 & 2 day Survival School NCFE Accredited courses. Corporate days, schools, it goes on!
Reviewed By Susanne S - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
A fantastic day spent with Ray
A group of 12 of us, adults and children, spent Sunday with Ray in Thetford Forest learning about making fires safely, knife skills, trapping etc and it was truly fab. Ray was informative, patient and held the children's attention for the duration...and t
10. Bike Art
2 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By Williams691
Shocking Customer Service - AVOID
Quite possibly the worst customer service I have ever experienced in my entire 42 years on this earth.I am gobsmacked at how rude, arrogant, self righteous, unhelpful and pompous the “more mature” staff are. There are two gentlemen who, shall we say, are