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Maidenhead is a town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead just outside London and next to the River Thames, as it runs north and then west towards Henley. Lying close to the M4 and A404(M) motorways, Maidenhead is very well-connected to central London, the City and the West End business districts. Nearby towns include Slough, Windsor, Reading and High Wycombe. Part of the county of Berkshire, the town is roughly 25 miles from Charing Cross in central London and is set to become a terminus point for the under-construction Crossrail train system intended to link the capital with many surrounding suburbs. Among the more notable features of the town itself are its bridges which carry rail and road links across the Thames. One such bridge, the Maidenhead Bridge, is a Grade I listed building officially opened in 1777, while another, the Maidenhead Railway Bridge, was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and famously painted by JMW Turner.
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Central Maidenhead combines residential, cultural and commercial properties, as well as very old and very modern buildings that help make it an excellent place to live, shop, visit or do business. Companies of all sizes occupy office space in Maidenhead, with the town a particular draw thanks to its proximity to major business districts in central and outer London. Companies headquartered in the town include the entertainment retailer HMV and the European gambling and leisure business the Rank Group. Another significant local employer and office occupier in the area is the Costain Group, a British construction and civil engineering business which also has its headquarters in Maidenhead.
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Things to do in Maidenhead
Maidenhead has a number of very pleasant parks and green spaces, as well as riverside areas great for wandering along and taking in some amazing views of the Thames. An outdoor highlight nearby is Windsor Great Park, which is now largely open to the public, having been a private royal hunting forest and grounds for centuries. Boulterís Lock on the eastern side of Maidenhead is well worth a visit, having been built at considerable expense in the late 18th century. Other sites of interest include the Maidenhead Heritage Centre, the Maidenhead Railway Bridge and Norden Farm Centre for the Arts. There are some great restaurants in and around Maidenhead, not least the Boulters, which youíll find at Boutlerís Lock, or Forenza, close to St Maryís Church. Quality local pubs include the White Oak, the Ferry and the Bel & Dragon, all of which serve food as well as excellent real ales.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Maidenhead
- Nearest motorways: M4, M25
- Nearest airports: London Heathrow, London Gatwick
- Other: Heathrow Airport close by