Hertford (/ˈhɑːrtfərd/ HART-fərd, locally /ˈhɑːrfərd/ HAR-fərd) is the county town of Hertfordshire, England, and is also a civil parish in the East Hertfordshire district of the county. Forming a civil parish, the 2011 census put the population of Hertford at about 26,000.
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4.5 based on 114 reviews
Hertford Theatre is a mid-scale, multi-disciplinary, receiving and producing arts venues in the heart of historic Hertford. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing drink or light snack in our wonderful cafe, enjoying the stunning works of art in our gallery. Hertford Theatre offers brilliant theatre,including top shows for families,art house and popular cinema,top name comedians and music, plus a whole host of classes for adults, children and babies.
A great cast and a nice take on this traditional Brothers Grimm tale, appearing at the theatre until early January 2018. Having seen a good few pantos, this one knocks the socks off of most. All involved, from the creative side to the technical, managed to absolutely smash it - all the people in my party (all 249 of them) were absolutely buzzing afterwards. We loved the clever levels of humour and the musical arrangement - especially Hazel's version of 'Bills'. The audience participation is well managed by the cast who performed the show beautifully.
The show is a 'must-see' for families this Christmas. I'll be attending again younger family members.
I've had a number of trips to see shows here, both amateur and professional and seen close-up magic show in a side studio. All my experiences here have been wonderful at all points of contact.
The theatre is well managed and the front of house team are welcoming and professional, with all the facilities that you'd expect in the condition that you'd want....accessible for all.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
The museum offers: Displays on two floors as well as things to touch and play with Temporary exhibition space with changing Exhibitions A Jacobean knot work garden A shop A country market every Friday morning (10.30am - 12.30pm) A resource room for research Internet access A space for school visits, meetings and talks Toilets and baby changing facility As well as regular activities and events for all ages (see our website for further details!)
I've recently moved to Hertford and I found this little museum by chance. It's great! It's free to get in. And, it is stuffed full of the most interesting information about Hertford and local and global artefacts. I took a score off as it was baking. But otherwise I strongly recommend and I'll be going back when the weather is cooler.
4 based on 47 reviews
Hertford Castle Gatehouse is a Grade 1 listed building. The Castle grounds are open to the public free of charge 7 days a week. Throughout the year the Castle opens to the public free of charge. Hertford Town Council organise events for all ages from brass band Concerts to open air cinema events, music festivals to craft markets. Visit Hertford.gov.uk/events for a full listing of castle events available to the public. The Castle gatehouse is available for venue hire and offers a stunning location for weddings, private hire and corporate hire with prices starting from £40 ph.
read the reviews,went onto the website to check out the events,there was a car display and a free visit to the castle.even the car park was free on sunday!very nice place,will come back for another event as its so close to home!
5 based on 25 reviews
We came here last year for an open evening and then joined " friends of bayford" .
In April we came here with some 50 other people to a BAT night . It was just amazing and well worth a visit as we learned so much about our local bats.
Keep an eye out for the next open evenings as its a must .
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I often walk around the common in a figure of 8 to also follow the marked out track. The big wide open skies by the lock are wonderful and you can see but not always hear the traffic on the A10 which is nice, because it's so peaceful. There are interesting little nooks and crannies to explore if you're a dog and Bridges on which to play 'pooh sticks'. The play equipment for all ages is very good, toddlers love the sandpit and it's nice to see teenagers making the most of the skatepark. It really is a park/common for everyone and I love it.
4 based on 16 reviews
Recently been extended and walkways and viewing places added, a great surprise - just massive! Great for picnics, romps with the family and dog. Just one note of caution, car park headroom barrier set a bit low, you can't get a Land Rover 110 under.
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