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Top things to do in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

1. Explore Potters Bar’s walking routes and parks

Oakmere Park

Oakmere Park is a beautiful and peaceful town park in the heart of Potters Bar. With lots of history behind this park, it was once the grounds of a Victorian house. With any mature trees that remain and originate from the Victorian times, including Cedars, Giant Sequoia Trees, and much more. Oakmere Park has great character, with its two large lakes embedded throughout the park, it’s the perfect spot for bird watching and feeding the wildlife.


Directly opposite Oakmere Park, you will also find other walking routes in Potters Bar such as Parkfield. For those looking to stretch their legs and enjoy the wildlife, you can find an array of things to do here. Including Parkfield’s enchanting Japanese Garden, finding the remains of an ancient Roman Tile Kiln as well as the Parkfield Statue made entirely of oak wood.

Movern Park

Situated directly opposite Milly’s Patisserie Florist Café, you’ll find the beautiful Movern Park. With 20 acres of peaceful open-access parkland, it dates back to the 14th century. This park is the ideal place for taking a stroll and enjoying its lovely scenery.

Watch a show at Wyllyotts Theatre

Located, just off Darkes Lane in Potter Bar, Wyllyott’s Theatre is the ultimate destination for fimaholics and live entertainment enthusiasts. With a diverse lineup that includes timeless cinema classics, captivating theater performances, musical acts, and enchanting pantomime shows, it’s the go-to spot for your entertainment needs. Offering something special nearly every day of the week. Whether you’re a fan of movies or live performances, Wyllyott’s Theatre can guarantee you a great experience.

Discover local businesses in Potters Bar

If you’re in search of some exercise at a nearby Pilates or leisure center, a shopping excursion, or a dining experience, Potters Bar High Street, Hatfield Road, and Darkes Lane are the perfect locations for a fantastic day out.

Have a spot of Brunch or Afternoon Tea at Milly’s Patisserie

Milly’s Patisserie Florist Café, nestled in the heart of Potters Bar on Hatfield Road, welcomes you with open arms. As a locally owned patisserie, we take pride in offering an array of delightful brunch choices and a tempting display of sweet treats, alongside our opulent afternoon tea packages. In collaboration with Ramel’s Florist, we’ve created a lavish experience where cakes, coffee, and beautiful flowers come together to provide you with the perfect setting to indulge and pamper yourself.

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