Keep Exploring

Cookham and the surrounding area offers a multitude of local attractions, tranquil walks and beautiful scenery to explore…

Bray Marina

Bray Marina is situated in a country park setting, providing berth holders with a delightfully tranquil mooring. From the marina there is direct access to the Thames and there are extensive well-maintained facilities available for all boat owners.
(Distance: 6.5 miles)
Cruise the Thames

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Cock Marsh

Situated on the banks of the River Thames, opposite the town of Bourne End, the chalk grasslands of Cock Marsh make for a pleasant riverside stroll.
(Distance: 1.6 miles)
Walking at Cock Marsh

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Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

Norden Farm is built on the site of an old Dairy Farm. The site includes two original, listed buildings; a Georgian Farmhouse and 18th Century Long Barn. It presents a performance and participation programme of film, theatre, music, visual arts, comedy and classes. It is also a venue for conferences, seminars, meetings and social functions.
(Distance: 4.4 miles)
Visit the Theatre

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Maidenhead and Cookham Commons

For many years the commons have been at the heart of the local community. At over 874 acres, the wide variety of landscapes offers the perfect escape to the country. From the Thames riverbank to woodlands and wildflower meadows, there’s a lot to discover whether you’re on foot, bike or even horseback.
(Distance: 3.8 miles)
Visit Maidenhead and Cookham Common

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Maidenhead Golf Club 

Established in 1896 , Maidenhead Golf Club is a mature course set in rolling parkland with tree lined fairways where you can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a round of golf in this picturesque part of Berkshire.
(Distance: 4.2 miles)
Tee Off at Maidenhead

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Maidenhead Heritage Centre

Maidenhead Heritage Centre is just the place to explore this town’s history, which stretches from before the Romans to Vanwall racing cars, aeroplanes, Hammer Horror films and scandals at Cliveden. The town grew up when the first bridge was built across the Thames in 1250 and became a Victorian boom town when the Great Western Railway opened.
(Distance: 3.5 miles)
Visit the Centre

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The Stanley Spencer Gallery

Discover one of the greatest British painters of the twentieth century, Sir Stanley Spencer R.A at The Stanley Spencer Gallery located on Cookham High Street.
(Distance: 45ft)
Visit the Gallery

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