Braywick Nature Centre is situated on the south side of Maidenhead Town Centre, on the A308, just 1 mile north east of Junction 8/9 of the M4.

Working in partnership with Groundwork south, Braywick Nature Centre acts as a community hub to promote awareness of the natural environment with events, walks and talks across the borough, and through educational sessions for school, youth and other groups. The service also offers support for local conservation and amenity groups, and opportunities for volunteer involvement.

The nature centre houses displays and exhibitions on wildlife, sustainability and local history, and has a large classroom for use by schools and other groups and is only open to the public when events are taking place.

Stay and play   

Activities for children in the giant tepee.

History

The nature centre is situated in an old stable block, originally part of the estate belonging to Braywick Lodge. The 19th century mansion house was demolished in 1969, however the stables were refurbished in 1989 to provide a centre for environmental activities in the borough.