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Dog Days Out - Museums - Warwickshire
Anne Hathaway's Cottage - Hall's Croft - Shakespeare's Birthplace - Shakespeare's New Place. 

Visit the 500 year old Anne Hathaway's Cottage, where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. Wander through the cottages breathtaking nine acres of woodland & gardens. There's fun for all the family.

We welcome dogs in the outdoor spaces at Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Hall's Croft, Shakespeare's Birthplace and Shakespeare's New Place.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Bedfordshire
Wrest Park - English Heritage 

Explore Wrest Park's sweeping landscapes and woodland walks. Over 90 acres of beautiful gardens, of various styles, feature side by side with more casual walkways perfect for walking the dog. Plenty of hands-on children's activities dyring school holidays. Please remember to clear up after your dog at all times!   
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Dog Days Out - Museums - Shropshire
Blists Hill Victorian Town 

Meet the Victorians in this recreated Victorian town.

At Blists Hill Victorian Town you can meet the Victorians in their shops, cottages and workplaces, see all the animals, enjoy a horse and cart ride or a cone of traditional Fish and Chips.

Explore Canal Street with its parade of new shops, including a Fried Fish Dealers, Sweet Shop, Drapers and Photographers.

Don't forget to try your luck on the traditional Victorian Fair or ride our Chair-o-planes.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Newlyn Art Gallery, New Road, Newlyn 

Newlyn Art Gallery welcome visitors with their (well-behaved!) dogs.

The Gallery is situated at the entrance to the village, right by the water, at the end of Newlyn Green,

A walk to Newlyn is very popular and we are delighted to welcome visitors out walking with their dogs.

Gallery * Cafe * Shop * Patio/Outdoor Space * Family Activities
FREE ADMISSION
  
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coastal location wi-fi
 
Dog Days Out - Museums - Durham
Killhope, The North of England Lead Mining Museum 

Killhope is famous for its huge working waterwheel. You can experience the mineshop where miners lived, work as a "washerboy" looking for minerals and galena (lead ore).

Dogs are welcome to Killhope. However we respectfully ask that you keep them on the lead and under control while anywhere on site or in the car park. You will find water bowls near the picnic site – plus Killhopeburn runs through the site.

Dogs can go anywhere on site except Park Level Mine or in the cafe.   
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Dog Days Out - Museums - Oxfordshire
Combe Mill is the original sawmill, and workshop, of the Blenheim Palace Estate 

A Grade II* Listed Building, Combe Mill working industrial museum offers visitors an insight into what work was like, in Victorian times, on a rural estate.

The Mill is operated as a working museum by the Combe Mill Society which is run entirely by unpaid volunteers.

Dogs are welcome inside the Mill and the picnic area if kept under control. The Tea Room is excluded.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway 

Visit our railway where you can travel up and down on our steam trains all day with your ticket. Take a guided engine shed tour and listen to the onboard live commentary as you travel along (Depending on Volunteer Availability).
Steam trains run currently to North Thoresby which gives you around 40 minute round trip, (we are currently extending the railway).
Dogs welcome in our cafe and on train in our dog friendly carriages & water is available. Check out our website for more info.  
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Dog Days Out - Museums - Derbyshire
Crich Tramway Museum, nr Matlock 

We gladly welcome four legged family members. We are one of the few museums to welcome dogs free of charge and as our car park gets the sun all day we would much rather you brought your dog in with you.

All we ask is... Please do keep them on a short lead and clear up any mess they make. Dogs can go everywhere with you except: catering establishments & children's indoor play area.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - East Yorkshire
Burton Agnes Hall 

Dogs, on leads, are welcome.

The beautiful, award winning gardens of Burton Agnes Hall offer something for everyone. From the walled garden, herbaceous borders and jungle garden, to the woodland walk with creepy crawlies to spot, as well as the maze and giant games for children and adults alike.

We happily allow dogs in our outside cafe seating area.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dorset
Kingston Lacy, Wimborne Minster - National Trust 

Dogs under control on short fixed lead are welcome in the car park, woodland walks, parkland and the Stables courtyard. Miles of paths to explore, trees to sniff and grass to roll.

Assistance dogs only in the shop, restaurant, house and gardens.  
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Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Greater London
Paws for Coffee 

Dog and child friendly cafe at 41 High Street, Hampton Hill London - tel: 02089798010 close to one of the gates of Bushy Park, ideal to pop-in after a bit of exercise!

And now also at: Paws for Coffee ( East Sheen) 364 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen, London, SW14 7JU tel: 020 8392 1229

Doggy Menu available
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Worcestershire
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Bromsgrove 

Award-winning museum of 30 rescued and restored buildings, set in 19 acres of beautiful grounds.

Easy motorway access from M5 and M42 and large, free car park.

Friendly dogs on leads most welcome.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Penrose Estate Gunwalloe and Loe Pool - National Trust 

Wooded country around Cornwall's largest natural lake. Loe Pool, the largest natural freshwater lake in Cornwall, is cut off from the sea by a broad shingle bar heaped up by heavy Atlantic seas.

The surrounding Penrose Estate is a mixture of rich farmland and woodland around Loe Pool, through which there are many paths to explore.

Dogs welcome at Penrose & Loe and out of main season at Gunwalloe
Dogs on leads only in landscaped park at Penrose.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Staffordshire
The Trentham Estate - award-winning gardens 

Dogs are welcomed into all areas of the gardens, lakeside, parkland and woodland, the only exceptions being the children's play area, barefoot walk and Capability Centre.

Dogs are welcome inside, and out, at Cadwaladers Cafe and also in the outside areas of the other eateries on the estate. To avoid having to take a muddy dog home, there is a Doggie Wash at Tretham Shopping Village - but remember to bring your own towel!

Dogs should be kept on a short lead at all times. Please remember to clean up after your dog, there are lots of bins on the Estate.

P.S. ...there are FAIRIES at the bottom of Trentham Gardens...

(Please be aware that dogs are NOT allowed at Trentham Monkey Forest).  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Somerset
West Somerset Railway, Minehead 

The West Somerset Railway recognises that dogs are an important part of family life for many people and that they do not wish their pet(s) to miss out on a day trip to the seaside or into the beautiful Somerset countryside.

The West Somerset Railway welcomes dogs on our trains. We charge a flat rate of £2 for them but if you buy your tickets at the booking offices a special ticket is issued cunningly marked "Dog" so that the four-legged members of the outing know they are not being left out.

We ask that dogs do not travel on seats and must be seated on the carriage floor and that they do not go into the buffet car. We also hope that they bring well-behaved owners!

We are unable to accept dogs on our catering specials.  
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Dog Days Out - Off Lead Walkies! - Gwynedd
Coed y Brenin Forest Park - Forest Visitor Centre 

Waymarked walks and cycle routes. Dog drinking bowls around the cafe and dogs welcome inside.

Dogs should be kept under close control, or on leads, as required.

Please remember to clear up after your dog as requested (bags or stick-and-flick).
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Bodmin & Wenford Railway 

Pet dogs are carried FREE on board our "standard" daytime service trains, except in the Bar & Buffet Car (Assistance Dogs excepted).

We ask, please, that you keep dogs on the floor, not on the furniture, and that your dog is on a short lead whilst on the platforms or the train.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cumbria
Lowther Castle & Gardens 

There are no keep off the grass rules here. Lowther is a magical place for discovery and letting imaginations loose. Magnificent Castle and Gardens hidden away for 70 years.

The sandstone remains of a romantic Castle. 130 acres of once grand Gardens undergoing loving restoration. Woods to wander.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Port Eliot House & Gardens - St Germans 

Port Eliot is a magnificent Grade 1 Listed house and gardens.

Dogs on leads are welcome in the beautiful gardens. Limited opening - usually March to June but please check website (link below) for full details.

The gorgeous Long Gallery Tea Room also welcomes dogs and is now open for hot drinks, light lunches and afternoon tea, 9am – 5pm.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Essex
Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary, Buttsbury, Near Ingatestone 

Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary provides lifetime help and care for horses, ponies, donkeys, goats, sheep, cows and cats.

Dogs are welcome at almost all of the events held at the Sanctuary.

We run two fun dog shows during the Summer, at our July and September Open Days. The Sanctuary opens its gates just six times a year

Dogs are allowed in all of the buildings and many dogs enjoy taking their owners around the new conservation path, for a lovely long walk.  
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