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Myddelton House Gardens

A heritage left behind by noted botanist Edward Augustus Bowles who lived at Myddelton House from 1865 to 1954, the Myddelton House Gardens is spread across 2.4 hectares (six acres). The restoration of the certain areas of the garden has brought to life some of the major features that had, in the past, distinguished the garden from the rest. On the grounds you'll find the Stone Garden, the New River canal which dates back to the 17th Century, the Alpine Meadow which is a visual splendor of colorful flowers during spring and summer as well as The Rock Garden. For a budding botanist, the garden is a haven as it presents a display of exotic plants and shrubs, some of which were planted by Mr. Bowles. Walk in for an exciting detour from your regular travel in this part of the country.

All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is the venue for the coveted Wimbledon, the world renowned lawn tennis championship. This private membership opens its doors to tennis-lovers everywhere in late June and early July, when tennis' top contenders do battle on the courts. The club has held the Wimbledon Championship since 1877, making the tournament the oldest of its kind in the world. The championships are held on the club's Centre Court, while early rounds of the tournament can be played on any of the club's 19 grass courts. The club itself was founded in 1868 by six gentlemen who wanted a private space to play croquet and tennis.

Queen's Club

Founded in 1886, The Queen's Club is a private sporting club and the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world. The club has 28 outdoor tennis courts, 8 indoor courts, and rackets and squash courts of various surfaces. The club hosts the Queen’s Club Championships, men’s lawn tennis tournaments, and the British Open. Please visit the club’s website for further details; timings for the membership office, club shop, gymnasium, and classes vary.

Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret

Above Saint Thomas Church in Southwark is London's oldest surviving operating theater. Built in 1821, it was the scene of many amputations carried out with a saw and no anaesthetic. Blood would drip - or probably pour - off the wooden table and get soaked up by three inches of sawdust. One wonders what the congregation below would have thought of the screams emanating from upstairs, with the odd drip of blood seeping through the ceiling. With anesthetics unavailable, patients would often awake from their drunken state (they had a choice of passing out from either alcohol or pain) in the midst of an operation. Fortunately, the National Health Service's operating theaters have taken a leap forward, and medical students don't have such a frighteningly free reign.

High Maynard Reservoir

The High Maynard Reservoir is a man made reservoir located in the London Borough of Waltham Forest and is a part of the Walthamstow group of reservoirs. It supplies drinking water to London. It is open to the public at large and is popular among the locals for fishing, bird watching and walking. At 5.8 meters (19 feet) deep it is not very suitable for fishing although carp over 40 pounds (18 kilograms), pike and trout are known to be spotted and caught. The reservoir is a Site of Special Scientific Interest as cormomants flock in great numbers to roost on the island in winter. There are also a number of uncommon plant species on the outskirts of the reservoir.

Verulam House, St Albans

Verulam House, formerly called 'Bishop's Palace', is a 19th Century structure encompassed by well-maintained, lush green gardens. Currently a Nursing and Residential Care Home, the building was designed by the popular architect Caroe, whose aesthetic imprints on the building have still been carefully preserved. This building has an altruistic past, largely due to the fact that it was previously used as a maternity hospital during the tragic Second World War. The venue is flanked by many historical attractions, owing to its proximity to the ancient Roman city of Verulamium.

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