For fun with the kids, visit Thorndon Country Park to follow the famous Gruffalo Trail or head over to Weald Country Park to see the Stickman Play Trail.

If you're looking for adventure activities, Brentwood offers high-wire fun in the trees, skiing and go-karting.

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  • Barnards Farm

    Barnards Farm Gardens, West Horndon, CM13 3LX

    Barnards Farm Gardens are open to the public as part of the National Gardens Scheme and all proceeds from open days are donated to charity

    01277 811262 Email
    Wildlife & nature
  • Barnards Miniature Railway

    Barnards Farm, A128 Brentwood Rd, West Horndon, Brentwood, Essex, CM13 3LX

    Barnards Miniature Railway opened in 2010 when the first 260m of running track was completed

    07504 210405 Email
    History & heritage
  • Bentley Golf Course

    Ongar Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM15 9SS

    Established in 1972, Bentley Golf Club are delighted to be recognised as a Top 10 club in Essex as compiled by Top 100 golf courses

    01277 373179 Email
    Sport & leisure activities
  • Brandler Galleries

    1 Coptfold Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4BN

    Brandler Galleries is an extensively stocked art gallery in Brentwood that is a friendly place to visit to enjoy a wide variety of modern and contemporary art

    01277 222269 Email
    Art galleries
  • Brentwood Brewing Company

    Calcott Hall Farm, Ongar Rd, Brentwood CM15 9HS

    For anyone who has an interest in beer or wants to know a little more about the art of brewing, Brentwood Brewing Company offer tours and experience days to see the ins and outs of the brewing process with your friends and have a chance to try some of the ingredients

    01277 200483 Email
    Sightseeing, guides & tours
  • Brentwood Cathedral

    Ingrave Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM4 9BU

    The new (1991) Roman Catholic classical cathedral church of St Mary and St Helen incorporates part of the original Victorian church

    01277 265235
    History & heritage
  • Brentwood Centre

    Doddinghurst Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM15 9NN

    The Brentwood Centre opened in 1988 and since then has been a popular leisure and events venue, with over 750,000 visitors each year

    01277 215151 Email
    Health & leisure centres
  • Brentwood Chapel Ruins

    High Street, Brentwood, CM14 4AJ

    Brentwood began as a clearing made in the woods by burning trees (hence 'burnt wood' which became Brentwood) to provide a stop-off point about one day's journing from the Thames for pilgrims en route from East Anglia to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury

    History & heritage
  • Brentwood Golf Club

    Coxtie Green Road, South Weald, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 5RJ

    Set in 165 acres of naturally undulating land in the heart of Brentwood

    01277 375101 Email
    Sport & leisure activities
  • Brentwood Karting

    Warley Gap, Brentwood, CM13 3DP

    Brentwood Karting is the wildest and fastest go-karting circuit in Essex

    01277 260001 Email
    Adventure & adrenaline activities