Those of you about to start house hunting this year and thinking about upping sticks and moving to Epsom have chosen a particularly wonderful part of the world. There’s an awful lot to see and do here, with fun for all the family, so you’ll never be bored. Here are just a few of our top picks to help convince you that Epsom really is the place for you and yours.
This park, linked to Hampton Court Palace by the River Longford, is famous for its beautiful gardens and grassland, as well as its roaming herds of fallow and red deer. Check out the bronze Diana fountain at the end of Chestnut Avenue and see what birds you can spot as you make your way around. Kestrels, kingfishers and woodpeckers all live here!
This is a delightful adventure farm park with an awful lot to offer each and every one of you. There are all sorts of animals to discover, from camels and goats to prairie dogs, giant rabbits and wallabies… the list goes on!
What a fun day out for the kids – hitching a ride on a tiny steam train! The railway will be open for train rides once again on Easter Sunday so try to tie this in with your house hunting plans.
And let’s not forget the greatest flat race in the world – the Epsom Derby. This has been going since the late 18th century and even if horse racing isn’t really your thing, it truly is a fantastic day out.
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