Grays Thurrock in United Kingdom (UK), from Europe region, is best know for Scuba & Snorkeling. Discover best things to do in Grays Thurrock with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Grays Thurrock
5 based on 61 reviews
By far the friendliest dive club, excellent courses taught in a fun environment, with a warm welcome for everyone. All the instructors go over and above what would normally be expected and a real family atmosphere has been created. Been members for two years and...MoreThank you for your kind words and it is exactly what we aim to do. We look forward to seeing you again very soon.
4 based on 708 reviews
It would appear that Intu have decided to expand lKesibe, in itself no bad thing, but for heavens sake sort out the signage.
I have basically been parking in the same place since Lakeside opened, but went there last month to find the car park I use normally closed and I only discovered that when I came upon a dead end!
The peripheral Car parks are being used but loads of people wandering round looking lost trying to negotiate the path to the centre
4.5 based on 101 reviews
One of the biggest Gurdwaras in Europe hosting fantastic facilities for Sikhs and the wider community, including three Meditation Halls, two Langar Halls, fully equipped Lecture Theatre Seating 140 people, ICT suite, Library, Meeting Room, etc. Nursery provision to be developed. The compex also includes Sports fields and Sports Hall (home of Guru Nanak Football Club, Kabaddi, Karate, Basketball, etc), Guru Nanak Day Centre for the Elderly, and Punjabi School at weekends.
What a truly wonderful experience.i didn't know what to expect .the temple is stunning and they are sooo rightly proud of it
You can wonder around alone or someone will give you the tour whichever you want
Then the icing on the cake true authentic Indian food ..free and delicious
Will visit again
Be sure to cover head and shoulders wear trousers or longer skirt and shoes are left at entrance
4 based on 194 reviews
Tilbury Fort is possibly the finest example of a bastioned 17th Century artillery fortress in the Britsh Isles. Today visitors can visit the original Guardhouse, Chapel and Gatehouse buildings as well as the huge eighteenth century gunpowder magazines. You can also explore the Victorian underground magazine passages and imagine what life was like for a gunner in the late nineteenth century. There is a free audio guide, museum, exhibition and gift shop. Hot drinks and a range of light refreshments are available in the shop. There is an indoor Seating area in the old Guardhouse and picnic tables and benches outside.
Suggestion from my Wife. We had vsiited Coalhouse Fort years ago but never Tilbury. Loverly sunny day to wander around. Should have got the audio guide really. Bit of an oasis in a very industrial area. In remarkable condition. Must be a full time job cutting the grass. Could have done with a bit more to read on the history etc. Had lunch in the Worlds End as no snacks available in the fort. they do guided tours for a couple of quid and reckon this is the best way other than audio guide to get the most from your visit. Unfortunately the times didnt work for us.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
We stumbled up0n this by accident and am so glad we did. The staff were brilliant. Every single one of them so helpful and obviously very passionate about their work.
We took the 2.4 mile circular walk stopping off at all the hides. I particularly enjoyed the dragon fly pool.
We spent over 2 hours here and could have easily spent longer but as we hadn't been overly prepared we're starting to get hungry and thirsty so headed back to the information centre.
The cafe on site was lovely (with the most amazing shortbread!)
Again staff were extremely helpful while my husband bought some binoculars and we then decided to sign up for monthly payments to visit again at this or any other of the rspb centres around the country.
Can't wait to go again (armed with sun cream, hat and water!!)
Cannot recommend this highly enough
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Since Bluewater opened its doors on March 16, 1999, it has set the benchmark for the ultimate shopping and leisure experience and the rest as they say is retail history. Rising out of a former chalk quarry among 50 metre-high cliffs, Bluewater's striking architecture is simply unique. Located in Kent, traditionally known as the Garden of England, our overall site of 240 acres is surrounded by a 50 acre landscape of lakes, parkland and trees making it the perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. We have 300 stores, over 50 bars, restaurants and cafes along with 13,000 free car parking spaces attracting 28.1 Million visitors per annum.As well as offering a wide range of services, our team will endeavour to ensure that your Bluewater experience is fun, memorable and exciting. Bluewater's triangular design with a flagship store at each point - Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and House of Fraser - over two levels make shopping a breeze. In between the flagship stores are three distinct shopping malls boasting stylish stores along with restaurants, cafes and bars catering to every taste.
Wow lots of units closed on my last visit there last week
I know it’s good to evolve but indications of what is coming would be better
5 based on 15 reviews
We spent a very enjoyable weekend in the Brecon Beacons for our Gold practice expedition - Oli and Rocky were absolutely fantastic - Hardworking, proactive and built great relationships with the students. Our students very much appreciated all their help and even wanted to take them on our assessment with us!
Further to that, I am very thankful that Grangewaters stepped in so last minute for us, due to another company pulling out close to our expedition dates.They were very understanding and helpful and we quite simply couldn't have gone without them!
4 based on 59 reviews
As a guest of the hotel I was
Lucky enough for the lovely Sophie (manager) to fit in me in a treatment at rather short notice. After a rather long flight I was given an excellent hydration facial and felt so much better.
Staff are really pleasant and the manager is so welcoming and sets a really high professional standard as for the products used I was really impressed as they are considered high end Environ and Espa. I was even given a very generous cup of salt scrub to try .
Really lovely experience and will definitely book in again
4.5 based on 127 reviews
The Thames Chase Trust aims to make the Thames Chase Community Forest an inspirational example of landscape regeneration through cost effective environmental improvements that changes lives and demonstrates these values through exemplar community led management at the Thames Chase Forest Centre. Thames Chase Forest covers 40 square miles of countryside around the London/Essex borders. Thames Chase Community Forest encompasses countryside in Barking and Dagenham, Brentwood, Havering and Thurrock. Within its boundaries there has been a concerted effort, over the last 20+ years to re-generate despoiled landscape and enhance the natural environment for the benefit of local people and wildlife.
Such a lovely place for a walk or to sit and have a drink. Food was ok and staff friendly. Nice day out with friends/kids/partner.Thank you for your review, we hope you visit us again soon!
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Thurrock Thameside Nature Park is situated on the Thames Estuary and is fantastic for family days out, bird and ship watching, historical interest and getting away from the hustle and bustle. The views across the Thames Estuary are stunning, especially from our fully accessible rooftop viewing deck which offers 360 degree views of the nature park and Thames. The visitor centre has a café with full length windows for viewing the estuary, gift shop, toilets with baby changing and a bird hide with wheelchair access which overlook the SSSI mudflats a short walk away. We have a wonderful natural play and picnic area for families to enjoy. Dogs are welcome on leads and events are held throughout the year with free parking. The site which was once landfill and has been given back to nature is 120 acres at present and will eventually be 845 acres, it is a tremendous habitat for coastal and wetland wildlife, as well as very important grassland flora and fauna species. The Nature Park is important for many species including Barn Owls, Short Eared Owls, Water Voles, Harvest Mouse, Skylark, Cuckoo and Shrill Carder Bee. However, these are not the only beneficiaries, local Cattle also graze the grassland during the year. The area is an avian hotspot and throughout the year there are overwintering and migrant bird species residing at the park. There are internationally important numbers of Ringed Plover and Avocets and nationally important numbers of Grey Plover, Dunlin, Godwit and Redshank as well as a treasure trove of butterflies, moths and bees. Footpaths, bridleways and cycle ways access the Nature Park and we are on the Thames Estuary Path route which extends to 27 miles from Tilbury town through to Leigh on Sea.
This has become one of our favourite places to visit. Miles of walks. Lots of interesting things to see and a great view of the River Thames. Thousands of wading birds and ducks and many other birds and animals.Hi Seve23, thanks for your review, we love that the seasons make so much variety at TTNP! come back anytime!
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