10% off ST GEORGE'S FESTIVAL celebrations @ Wrest park - English Heritage

10% off ST GEORGE'S FESTIVAL celebrations @ Wrest park - English Heritage

Found 15th Mar 2018
It is absolutely stuning place if you like nature and outdoors, nice cafe, polite staff, beautiful surroundings.
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Explore the evolution of the English garden with a stroll through three centuries of landscape design at Wrest Park. From dazzling parterres and fragrant borders, to sweeping views and woodland walks, Wrest Park is a real treat for the senses. Explore the 92 acres of award-winning gardens, gold winner of Anglia in Bloom Awards 2017. Zip along to the children's play area, take tea in the café and explore the hidden treasures in the archaeological stores.

Buy tickets for this event online before Fri 20 April and receive 10% off!

Celebrate everything that is fantastic about our green and pleasant land as you immerse yourself in the story of England at the biggest St George’s Day celebration in the country. Gasp as the lances shatter in the medieval joust; marvel as feathers fly in the falconry; and chortle at the cheeky jester. Meet a roaming monarch or two and watch fearsome fellows battle it out with club and shield in the Clash of Romans.

There’s plenty for kids to do with have a go circus skills, knight school and arts and crafts to name but a few. The undeniable highlight is of course England’s most legendary battle – see gallant St George upon his mighty steed take on his fiery green nemesis in England’s ultimate show down.

Throughout the day, wander the medieval encampments to see, smell and hear what life was like for the English hundreds of years ago. There’s so much to do – keep your energy up at one of our 4 catering outlets. Join us as we demonstrate everything quintessentially English to celebrate England’s patron saint in one glorious weekend.

Please note access to the café and children's play area will be by ticket only during this event.
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The changed the sausage rolls in the cafe a couple of years ago; the disappointment is still tangible in our kids

Lovely place though.
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