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This region of Berkshire is called home by about 240,000 locals.
To reach Reading from London, the national capital, you'd need to venture 35 miles to the west. Another good point of reference is Henley-on-Thames, which lies 6 miles to the northeast.
Sometimes it's hard to find activities that the entire family will enjoy. Luckily, sights such as Bucklebury Farm Park, UK Wolf Conservation Trust and Predator Assault, Laser Combat mean this won't be an issue in Reading.
Keen to explore the wildest spot in town? Then swing by the Beale Park, where the entire family can come face-to-face with some of the wonders of the incredible animal kingdom.
Get comfy with your favourite book, toss a ball around or just watch the clouds roll by at Prospect Park and the Basildon Park. Also think about plonking yourself down on the grass and whiling away a few hours at Wellington Country Park or Forbury Gardens.
If you're seeking a few tranquil places to compose yourself and maybe learn a thing or two, you can't go past the Museum of English Rural Life and the Museum Of Berkshire Aviation. Ask about walking tours or just study the displays at your own leisure. Museum buffs should also pencil in stops at the Reading Museum and Town Hall and the Museum of Reading.
Want to see some history-filled sights? the University of Reading or Mapledurham House and Watermill offer visitors a fascinating peek into Reading's background. Why not also spend a little time at Reading Abbey Ruins and Stratfield Saye House?
Want to learn about the local faith? Organise a visit to see St. Giles-in-Reading Church and Minster Church of St Mary the Virgin. Another suggestion is to check for guided tours at St. Laurence Church.
The Microsoft UK Headquarters should be around the top of everybody's schedule. It's one of the most frequented local landmarks, and it makes for an awesome holiday photo!
One of the area's leading centres for higher learning, the Reading College is worth your time. Enquire about guided tours, admire the modern architecture and chat to students about campus life.
If you're looking to purchase the essentials, and maybe one or two mementos while you're there, drop by Oracle or John Lewis Reading. For some more retail therapy, Broad Street Mall also offers a fantastic range of outlets.
If you're seeking a delightful evening's entertainment, head over to the Hexagon or the Progress Theatre. If you're dying for a little more showbiz, why not check the programmes at the Mill at Sonning and the South Street Arts Centre as well?
Is your stance unbalanced? Is your swing a bit flat? There's no need to worry. Enthusiastic golfers can practise their game at the Caversham Golf Club and the Bradfield College Golf Club. You might not be blessed with the genius of Tiger Woods, but you can still enjoy a hit at the Wokefield Park Golf Club as well.
You may think there's nothing left to visit after seeing Reading's popular sights, but don't be too sure. There are still lots of things to check out. Why not enjoy a bit more sightseeing at the Reading Central Library and the UK Wolf Centre? You'll also find plenty to keep you busy at Reading Civic Centre and Lagoona Park.
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Novotel Reading Centre£55
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Hilton Reading Hotel£54
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Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading£50
Situated in the business district, this spa hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Museum Of Berkshire Aviation and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from University of Reading. Dinton ...
Holiday Inn Reading M4 Jct 10£63
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