Great West Way Travel Magazine
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THE INNER HALL, WINDSOR CASTLE
Created in the 1820s by King George IV, Windsor Castle's Inner Hall, which has been closed for more than 150 years, is now open again for visitors to use as an entrance hall, just as official visitors to the Castle once did. See the State Apartments, the world's most famous dolls' house, or pause and enjoy refreshments in the new café.
THE WAVE BRISTOL
The Wave is now open! An impressive £25 million project which took nine years in the making is welcoming visitors to explore its 75 acre site and 180m surfing lake. As well as the surfing lake, there's a Clubhouse serving food and drinks and a surf shop, As the site develops it will also offer beautiful gardens, meadowland, woodland and family-friendly camping, opening in spring 2020.
Having being closed since July 2019, this brilliant heritage attraction re-opens in 2020 following a multi-million-pound ‘Onwards and Upwards' project. Visit as part of your Great West Way journey and discover 1000 years of Trowbridge's history including the history of its West of England woollen cloth and how it became the county town of Wiltshire.