Places to visit in Cheshunt
Cedars Park, Broxbourne
Once the site of Theobalds Palace (a favoured residence of both Elizabeth I and James I), Cedars Park is now the location for a grand day out. 19 hectares of parkland is all yours to explore and enjoy along with a lake, bocce court, flint arch, historic walls, a tea room and an arts centre. If you need a small adventure or just need to get away from it all then here is where you go.
Outside of Cheshunt, you can find this glorious Grade 1 listed estate with stunning period rooms and tranquil gardens. Once the property of Sir Nicholas Rainton who built it in 1632, it now showcases much of his life and the times that he lived. Lovers of history will be easily impressed as will visitors who have a soft spot for architecture and ecology. You can even have a quiet drink in the Nice Green Cafe while you take in the views. For a pleasing day out in the 17th century, make some time for this.
The Whitewebbs Museum of Transport
Car and motorcycle enthusiast? Then this is where you need to spend some of your time. From Holden 1898 motorcycles to quaint three wheelers and many other surprises, you’ll be overjoyed to see your hobby up close. Speed your way here for a change of gear in your trip.