ALTHOUGH times are strange, there is still plenty of fun to be had in Bracknell.

We have brought you a list of Covid-safe activities which are open now in the town, in case you're stuck for what to do this weekend.

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1. Puzzalogical Escape Rooms - 5*

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Look no further for some escapism - literally! Get locked into one of the realistic rooms with your team where you’ll play a vital part in the story.

Located in Town Square, this exciting and new Bracknell attraction certainly offers something different.

Rated as a top venue on TripAdvisor with a 5/5 star rating, one reviewer said: "he employees that work here were so friendly and you feel like you have been friends with them for years.

"I had an amazing time in the vault room, was really fun! Would recommend to everyone."

2. The Look Out - 4.5*

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There's something for everyone at the Look Out, from endless forest walks to children's discovery centres and Go Ape.

It's easy to see why this is such a popular local attraction.

Tripadvisor rates The Look Out as 4.5/5 stars, with one reviewer saying: "Great fun for all the kids and parents, its worth every penny. The only down side is how expensive the parking it."

3. South Hill Park - 4.5*

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A beautiful and historic space, South Hill Park remains popular with locals and visitors alike.

It is truly the Creative Heart of Berkshire.

Housing two theatres, a dance studio, creative spaces and a cinema within the grounds of an 18th century mansion house, it is ideal for picnics and all kinds of entertainment.

TripAdvisor rates it as 4.5/5 stars.

One reviewer commented: "Visited this venue with our grandchildren and enjoyed lunch at Peas and Carrots at Sout. Very well looked after by Ann and Nicole who were a credit to the restaurant. Great food generous portions would certainly recommend a visit."

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4. Lily Hill Park - 4.5*

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Another beautiful attraction, Lily Hill Park boasts an award-winning 23-hectare public open space, located to the north east of Bracknell.

Again, the park provides something for all ages.

Also rated 4.5/5stars on TripAdvisor, one reviewer said: "Just a lovely park.

"Well paved throughout so perfect for the disabled, wheelchair users and buggy pushers.

"Lots to see and enjoy including Edwardian water gardens, wild flower fields, beautiful Wellingtonias, picnic areas everywhere, hills to climb for the kids to enjoy, an historic manor house, now owned by Bracknell Forest Council, some intriguing carvings all set in beautiful clean surroundings with plenty of rubbish and fog poo bins supplied so if you do visit, please make sure you dispose of everything correctly or take it home."

5. Bill Hill Ancient Monument - 4*

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Bill Hill is a public open space and wildlife haven in Bracknell.

It consists of a naturally wooded hillock that rises sharply from grassland off Downshire Way, towards the Bronze Age round barrow at its summit.

Rated 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor, one visitor described it as "a great asset."

They commented: "Found this a great asset in a built up town, and thoroughly enjoyed a walk around the old barrow before heading off for a nearby business meeting.

"Love archaeology, and hadn't known about this bronze age burial mound before catching site of it on the map.

"Nice little area to walk around, and after a storm damage many of the trees they have been put to good effect with interesting and great looking carvings setting the whole area off."