Every Friday morning, the Charter Market is held in the Church Square and the High Street.
On alternate Saturdays, Tring Farmer’s Market is held in the Market Place adjacent to the Tring Local History Museum.
Auctions are held in the Auction Rooms adjacent to the Tring Local History Museum.
Natural History Museum:
The Natural History Museum in Tring (formerly the Walter Rothschild Museum) is a few streets away.
Tring’s 14th Church, the centre of the old and the new town, is a short walk away.
Tring Park was once part of the Manor House, is now managed by the Woodland Trust and is just a few minutes walk from the town center and over the footbridge.
College Lake, 2 miles north of Tring, a restored chalk quarry, is now a thriving wild life centre with a visitor centre and wild life trail.
Grand Union Canal:
The Grand Union Canal and reservoirs are also close by, for canal side walks and interesting birds.
Tring Heritage Trail:
Click here to read about the Tring Heritage Trail – a guide to the history of the town, including a range of walking and cycling trails around the beautiful Tring & Chilterns countryside.