South Hill Park is a Green Flag awarded park. Just South of Bracknell Town Centre.  The Grounds are open for the public and included, Gardens Lakes and woodland all with surround the Grade II listed arts center. The park has received 2.3 million pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund to restore the park to its best version of itself.

The arts center inside the park knows as South Hill Park Arts Centre it is one of Berkshire best art centers. It has two theatres, a dance studio, creative spaces and a cinema within the 18th-century mansion house. Every year thousands of people pass through the doors of the art center to view or take part in the almost endless list of activates. The Center offers over 300 shows, events, and films each year and a busy programme of over 250 courses and workshops. The Centre is the true home to the arts with big-named comedians coming to practice their tours, nationally renowned ballet companies and a  mix of various arts and crafts, drama, dance, and digital media. 

As if the center didn’t have enough going on they also offer a number of free festivals throughout the year. From a two-day food and music festival in June to a Christmas craft fair in mid-November. We have various bus routes that take you right next to the park. Including the 194,172 and 171.

The Thames Valley Buses 194 goes from Bracknell Bus Station to Camberley Railway Station and vice versa.

The Thames Valley Buses 171 and 172 go from Bracknell Bus Station to Knightswood and then back around to Bracknell High Street.  

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