About This Area
Bracknell is known for being a post-World War II New Town as its history can go back to prehistoric times. The area has lots to offer with its cultural background and fun entertainment. Remaining as a ‘new town’ Bracknell continues to grow by attracting new businesses and companies to the area.
Bracknell town centre has many high street brands as well as cafes, fast food restaurants, banks and more all at Princess Square located in the centre of town, a great place for some relaxing shopping.
For an adventurous day out, Bracknell has a high ropes adventure course called Go Ape. It covers 2600 acers of land with Zip Wires, Tarzan Swings, Rope Ladders and obstacles courses. You can also hire bikes for the cycle trails and enjoy some food and drink at the nearby café. A fun day out for adults and kids.
There are many beautiful flower displays in the Bracknell area due to the launch of ‘Bracknell in Bloom’ in 2002 to protect and enhance its environment. Displays were planted to celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and has brightened up the area since.
South Hill Park, known as the creative heart of Berkshire, has two theatres, creative spaces, dance studios and a cinema all within an 18th century mansion house. With over 250,000 people visiting in the last year, this great art centre has played many shows, film events, courses and workshops for all to enjoy. It also has a bar and restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.
With a great coach services that covers Bracknell town and some surrounding areas, getting around to all the major sights is simple for you to have a great stay in the area.
Enquire about our great serviced apartments in the Bracknell area today!