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Tring, an historic market town, is situated in magnificent surroundings maintained in its natural beauty. Ideally located, the town is easy to reach on foot or by rail or road.

The Tring Town Centre retail offer encompasses a wide range of choices, from the latest designer home accessories, first class health and beauty salons to exquisite gifts, antiques, specialist high street shops and a Friday market. For a splendid night choose from a range of restaurants and pubs or even a take away of your choice. Tring has a diverse offer of festivals, productions, and the Walter Rothschild Zoological museum.


Tring is an historic market town, nestling in the foothills of the Chilterns, close to the border with Buckinghamshire. Although Tring has been an economic centre for many centuries, the town really prospered under the watchful eye of the Rothschild family at the turn of the century.The Rothschilds' legacy was predominantly one of the architecture they influenced in Tring. Sir Walter Rothschild also founded the Zoological Museum. Other tourist attractions in and around Tring include the Tring reservoirs, Tring Park, the church with its connections with the family of George Washington and the Chiltern Hills themselves.

Friday is market day and a further selection of food and assorted goods and produce is available.A Farmers Market is held fortnightly. However, if antiques tickle your taste buds why not visit the various antique outlets, including the auctions held fortnightly.

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