What's on inBrentwood


Welcome to Brentwood

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Brentwood - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Brentwood to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

Editor's Picks






Forthcoming events in Brentwood

08
MAY
The Weald Park Country Show
Weald Country Park

The Weald Park Country Show has something for everybody from Family Days out with amazing attractions such as Jonathan Marshall from Game of Thrones Motorbike stunts Falconry Britains Got Talent Dima and his dogs to Foodies with some amazing Cookery Demonstrations on…

Category: Family Events

TEL: 1728 685302
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08
MAY
The Weald Park Festivals of Dogs
Weald Country Park

The Weald Festivals of Dogs is a Dog Show with something for every four legged friend whilst providing the perfect day out for families and foodies. There are planned Charity Fun Dog Shows with over 22 classes daily as well as shows…

Category: Miscellaneous

TEL: 1728 685302
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26
SEP
The Essex Country Show
Weald Country Park

The Shows with something for everybody Whether you be a Country Show fan an avid foodie a dog lover want loads for the kiddies to do love living history or simply want a fun filled day out our shows are for you.…

Category: Family Events

TEL: 01728 685302
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Tourist Attractions


Barleylands Farm

Here at Barleylands we love bringing families together to learn, play and have fun. The Farm Park has stacks of family fun including outdoor and indoor play areas, bouncy pillow, animal barns, new for 2020 Nocturnal and Exotics House, speedway, farming museum and the amazing Imperial Birds Of…

Langdon Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve

460 acre nature reserve including former plotlands, managed by the Essex Wildlife Trust. A remaining plotland home, The Haven has been restored in 1930's style.Shop, refreshments, displays and events.Admission: Free. Donations welcome.Open: Tue‐Sun every week, plus Bank Holidays…

Ingatestone Hall

Open to the public on certain days during the summer, this 16th‐century building was built for Sir William Petre in 1558 and was visited by Elizabeth I in 1561. One of the finest Tudor mansions in the country and the seat of the present Lord Petre, it is…

Weald Country Park

Weald Country Park was once a deer park and used for hunting by the Abbots of Waltham in around 1063.There is a deer enclosure, 500 acres of parkland, lakes and a Visitor Centre.Facilities: ‐ Toilets ‐ Picnic area ‐ Visitor centre with shop & exhibition ‐ Horse riders…

Epping Ongar Railway

We are both the longest heritage railway in Essex and the closest to London, easily accessible via the tube network.Our vintage buses start from the front door of Epping Underground station, whisking you back in time to our period stations with steam and diesel hauled heritage trains.All three…

North Weald Airfield Museum

North Weald Airfield Museum is situated at what was the main entrance of the famous Battle of Britain Fighter base ‐ RAF North Weald, near to the Essex town of Epping and easily accessible from London. Adjacent to the still very active airfield, from which on most summer…

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Want to see what other attractions to visit when in Brentwood? See our list of attractions in Brentwood, including theme parks, castles, historic houses, zoos and many more family days out.