Here’s What Should Be On Your To-Do List
Why is it that when it’s raining you can dream up all the ideas in the world of what you would do if it was sunny, but when the sun finally pops its head out all of those ideas suddenly disappear? Annoying, right? But fear not, Watford! We are here to help you plan an exceptional day packed with things to do when the sun is shining in Watford.
Here’s 5 great things you could do on a sunny day in Watford.
1.Head to Cassiobury Park
With 190 acres at your leisure, more than 800,000 people visit every year and why wouldn’t you. There is plenty of free sporting options in the park including basketball, tennis and even fishing. Now who doesn’t love a free great day out. We suggest taking a bunch of friends, grabbing a bite to eat and just relaxing in the park. There are also many family friendly events you can get involve in throughout the year.
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2. A few Refreshing Cocktails at Twisted Monkey
Located on the High Street in Watford, near Gade Carpark, Twisted Monkey is rated as one of the best bars in Watford. With great decor, a vibrant atmosphere, and a long list of exciting cocktails to please everyone, it is a great place to stop, relax and enjoy a bit of sun shine.
Visit here for more information.
3. Escape the sun, Intu the Shopping Centre
For people that are vampires and don’t enjoy the sun or any kind of heat head for Intu Shopping Centre. You can lounge around in the air con all day and not know where all the time has gone as there is over 120 shops and 10 new restaurants on the way, so there’s bound to be something there for you.
4. Explore Harry Potter World
Truly think your a wizard? Test your powers out at the Harry Potter experience right here in Watford’s very own Hogwarts. The unique walking tour takes you behind-the-scenes to show you the stunning sets, costumes, and props used in the blockbuster films. It also reveals some closely guarded secrets, including facts about the special effects and animatronics that made these films such a success.
Buy or find out more here.
5. Explore your Local New Watford Market
It’s believed that Watford Market dates as far back as 1100 when Henry I was king! Though it has changed ownership a number of times before being bought by the town council in 1926. Now completely redeveloped using shipping containers the Market offers a great place to explore. The market has a variety of independent shops and international foods sellers giving you many options to get your taste buds going, from it’s famous Sushi to it’s brand new and exciting Trini Doubles takeaway shop.
To discover what New Watford Market has to offer click here.