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Whipsnade Tree Cathedral, Dunstable

(3.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Fantastic and relaxing. Perfect for walking the dog and picknits. Lucky for me only minutes from home  more »
  • The picture evoked in my mind by it's name was far more interesting than it actually was. It was more of a floor plan of a cathedral in reality. We been in tis place just for a walk and I must say  more »
  • A lovely spot of off the beaten track, a real gem if you love the energy of nature. A place to absorbe energy,  more »
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  • This is a lovely, peaceful area to come and relax. It was originally planted by Edmond K. Blyth in memory of his two friends who were killed in the First World War. We'll be going back with a flask of tea next time and stay a bit longer! Don't forget to put a few pennies in the slot by the gate for the upkeep of this tranquil place.
  • A fantastic large wooded area with trees laid out to the shape of a very large cathedral complete with chancel, nave and side chapels. A very peaceful and well thought out place that I hope to visit again!
  • So peaceful and beautiful and a bit like a maze
  • As a National Trust member I wanted to think positively of this attraction but unfortunately there isn't much to think positive about. The tree cathedral is simply a small garden that is meant to resemble the layout of a cathedral. Though if you weren't told that you really wouldn't guess. You're unlikely to spend more than 10 minutes here and I suspect like ourselves most of the visitors were stopping off on the way back from the zoo. The one redeeming feature is that it is free for both members and the public. Overall though this simply isn't worth the trip.
  • Wonderful place, peaceful, a must to visit!