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Reading Museum is one of the main attractions in Reading.
It has galleries which describe the history of Reading, and has an art collection of the origin of the Saxon settlements.
South Oxfordshire Leisure is an open-air location on the banks of the Thames River with several facilities including a paddling pool, an amenities block, a campsite area and an open-air swimming pool.
Beale Wildlife Park has a huge collection of small and unique animals, wonderful landscape gardens and woodland, farm animals, birds and a playground for children.
The Reading Festival is the oldest and most popular music festival. It is held here every year and features a vast range of music including rock, indie, metal, punk and more.
The Reading Abbey Ruins, which lie between Forbury Gardens and the Kennet River, is one of the most important political and religious centres in England.
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