Attractions in Hemel Hempstead Reviews
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Newest Review: ... called 'Rock 'n' Roll' depicting a man and a woman dancing in the water, it is really fantastic, it's been there since 1962, and I am so pleased to see that it is still there when so many of the sculptures in Hemel Hempstead seem to be disappearing. You can see more of the garden here: http://www.gardenvisit.com/garden /the_water_garden And the statue ... more
Customer Attractions in Hemel Hempstead Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/03/09 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I was born in Hemel Hempstead, and I return every so often to catch up with family and the like, so I can tell you about two of my favourite attractions. One is what we always called the Waterhouse Gardens, though I gather the name may have now been shortened to Water Gardens. The other is the 'Magic Roundabout'!! First, the Water Gardens. This is an almost untouched area of Hemel (rare!) which retains much of the beauty I remember as a child. The Water Gardens were designed by Jellicoe, basically consisting of a canal, with a path running along either side, joined by small arched foot bridges at intervals, and a narrow woodland along one side. ... Read the complete review
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