More attractions
There are lots of things to do in TRING!


Charter Market:

Every Friday morning, the Charter Market is held in the Church Square and the High Street.


Farmer's Market:

On alternate Saturdays, Tring Farmer’s Market is held in the Market Place adjacent to the Tring Local History Museum.


Tring Auctions:

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 Church:

Tring’s 14th Church, the centre of the old and the new town, is a short walk away.


Tring Park:

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:

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.