Sights of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

Discover our Sights of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

You don't need to spend money to have fun!  Find one of the many viewpoints overlooking the Wye to take the best pictures.  Take your tea to a picnic site in the heart of the Forest.  Learn about our history and heritage or simply walk and enjoy nature.


Kempley Church - St Mary's

History and Heritage in or near Newent


Whitestone

Woodland walks lead from the picnic area where there are seats overlooking the Wye Valley

Picnic Sites and Viewpoints in or near Tintern


Awre Church - St Andrews

13th century. The churchyard contains a 1000 year old yew tree and under the tree, beside the church, there are graves of fishermen who drowned in the River Severn in the days of river trows.

History and Heritage in or near Lydney


Chepstow Park Wood

Chepstow Park is a large block of woodland with both mature broadleaf and conifer species

Picnic Sites and Viewpoints in or near Tintern


Woolaston Church - St Andrews

History and Heritage in or near Lydney


Clearwell Church - St Peter's

History and Heritage in or near Clearwell


Royal Forest Route

A circular tour of the central forest area visiting the principle points of interest

Natural World in or near Cinderford


Newent Church - St Mary's

History and Heritage in or near Newent


Lancaut and Wintours Leap

Surrounded by cliffs, with views over the River Wye it is a truly memorable spot

Picnic Sites and Viewpoints in or near Chepstow


Soudley Ponds

A haven for wildlife and the surrounding paths are suitable for the less able and wheelchair users

Natural World in or near Cinderford


Highnam Church - Holy Innocents

History and Heritage in or near Gloucester


Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck

History and Heritage in or near Hereford