It's hard to know exactly how to describe this place. It's basically a load of trees / shrubs / bushes etc planted by Edmund Blyth to make an outdoor cathedral
I visited in the winter so the trees weren't in full bloom / colour, but it was still an interesting place to visit. Try and work out which bits are what in the cathedral (can you spot where the nac, cloisters and transepts are!)
Good for somewhere to go for a bit of fresh air and peaceful contemplation. There isn't an entry fee, but it's looked after by the National Trust so if you want to contibute to it's up keep give them some money!
Nice and close to Whipsnade Animal Park and the Chiltern Downs, so it's easy to visit if you have been to one of these.
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