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Mill Green Museum and Mill
If you or one of your matches is particularly interested in local history, you might like to visit the Mill Green Museum. A working eighteenth century flourmill, powered by water, it is a fascinating example of how ancient bread-making techniques are still in existence today. With knowledgeable staff and frequently run tours, it could be a fantastic day out and a great way to spend time with one other.
For a Hatfield dating experience on a grander scale, why not visit the striking Hatfield House; built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, it has been kept in the same family ever since. A wonderful example of Jacobean architecture, it would be a really romantic setting for a date. Take a tour of the interior and marvel at the grandeur of the State Rooms and become enchanted by the magnificent surroundings, there’s over 42 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens for you to enjoy.
Paradise Wildlife Park
If you’re looking for a little more excitement, how about Paradise Wildlife Park? An especially good Hatfield dating idea if your match happens to love animals, but frankly, a day out here would be enjoyable for anybody! As well as all the regular features you’d expect from a zoo, Paradise is geared around ‘Animal Experiences’, meaning you get the chance partake in a variety of involving activities; from feeding big cats to shadowing members of staff; it’s basically your opportunity to see what it’s like to work as a zoo keeper for a day. A guaranteed fun-filled day out, why don’t you suggest it the next time you ask one of your matches for a date?
As one of the designated ‘New Towns’ of post Second World War Britain, Hatfield in Hertfordshire has truly served its purpose. Surpassing its population target, it has overcome much of the damage that was done during the early 1940’s, and has in fact gone on to become one of the most populated in the county. The home of the University of Hertfordshire, its close links to London also makes it popular with professional singles and city commuters.