There are lots of things Bracknell Forest is famous for: The Lexicon and large forests just to name a few.

Besides Swinley Forest and the various other tourist traps, there are lots of things in Bracknell Forest that you may not even know are here.

The county is homed to a wide variety of manufacturing, scientific and technological world leaders.

These are the things in Bracknell Forest that you might not know are here:

Broadmoor Hospital

Bracknell News: Broadmoor Hospital.

Crowthorne is home to England's oldest high-security prison is located in Crowthorne in Bracknell Forest.

The notorious psychiatric hospital, originally known as Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, opened in Berkshire in 1863.

The most notable person to be treated at Broadmoor is Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe, who was sent there in 1984.

And one of the infamous Kray twins, Ronnie Kray who carried out crimes across the East End of London in the 50s and 60s, was treated there.

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The 'Silicon Valley of Thames Valley'

Big name businesses operate in Bracknell Forest, including Fujtisu - the Japanese multinational technology company makes computer devices, servers, software and more.

Lovelace Road is home to the company’s UK Technology Solutions division, which “offers the full range of infrastructure products, solutions and services that are designed to fit a variety of customer infrastructure needs”.

American science company 3M makes health care products and other consumer goods.

4 Privet Drive, Harry Potter

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Picket Post Close in Martins Heron was the real-life location for the filming of 4 Privet Drive in the first Harry Potter film.

The street in Bracknell, Berkshire, was made famous in the Hollywood film with Harry Potter's iconic childhood home starring on screen.

Iron Age hill Fort

Caesar's Camp is an Iron Age hill fort around 2,400 years old.

The obvious use of a hillfort is as a defensive location. However, it is possible that Caesar’s Camp could have been a market place or a religious or political centre. Whilst little is known about how the buildings were arranged on the site, work on other similar sites has given us a good idea of what they may have looked like.