Things to do at Tring Park
Find out more about things you can do, including walking and food and drink available, around Tring Park.
A bridleway runs along King Charles Ride and there are several waymarked walks to guide you through the site, including the 30-minute Parkland Walk and the longer Woodland Walk. You can find details on one of the various information boards dotted along the trails. These paths are largely unmodified grass and earth surface which can get muddy and very slippery when wet. There are also some very steep slopes and small sections of steps.
The entire site is open to the public throughout the year, with the exception of Oddy Hill which is closed in November and December while the sheep are grazing. Cattle graze in the parkland year-round.
Food and drink
One of the nearest places for refreshments is the Zebra Café housed in the Natural History Museum, just 350m from Tring Park’s northern entrance. This has limited opening times/days so always check on the museum website if planning to visit. For other ideas visit tripadvisor.co.uk.
Places to visit nearby
The Tring Information Centre is located at 99 Akeman Street, Tring, HP23 6AA. Tel. 01442 823347 and is open weekdays from 9.30am to 3pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 1pm. They hold leaflets and factsheets on a wide range of subjects, including tourist information on Tring and the surrounding area.