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Experience the beauty of Bedfordshire like never before with a breathtaking hot air balloon ride over the stunning countryside.
Drift up, up and away from the charming market town of Biggleswade and take in the picturesque sights of the surrounding villages, including Sutton, Sandy and Potton.
As you soar through the skies, you may even spot the magnificent Woburn Abbey estate with its sprawling gardens and deer park, as well as the historic city of Cambridge in the distance.
Whether you choose to take to the skies at sunrise or sunset, a hot air balloon ride with our iconic balloon will provide you with unforgettable panoramic views of eastern England.
So why not reach new heights and experience the adventure of a lifetime with a Bedfordshire hot air balloon ride?
Hot Air Balloon Ride near Biggleswade
Biggleswade is a market town situated in the county of Bedfordshire in the East of England. It lies on the River Ivel, about 40 miles north of London and is known for its beautiful rural surroundings and historic architecture.
The town's name has Anglo-Saxon roots, with 'Biggles' meaning 'Bugga's people' and 'wade' meaning 'ford'. The town has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages and has been inhabited since Roman times.
One of the town's most notable landmarks is St Andrew's Church, a beautiful medieval church with an impressive tower and spire that dominates the town's skyline. Other historic buildings in the town include the Old Court House, a beautiful Georgian building that is now home to the town council, and the Crown Inn, a historic coaching inn that dates back to the 16th century.
Biggleswade has a thriving town centre, with a wide range of independent shops, restaurants, and cafes, as well as a traditional market that takes place every Tuesday and Saturday. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with several nature reserves and parks offering opportunities for outdoor recreation, including walking, cycling, and fishing.
The town has a strong sense of community, with several annual events and festivals, including the Biggleswade Carnival and the Biggleswade Beer Festival. Biggleswade is also home to a number of sports clubs, including football, rugby, and cricket teams, and has a leisure centre offering a range of facilities and activities.
With its rich history, beautiful surroundings, and vibrant community, Biggleswade is a charming and welcoming town that is sure to delight visitors of all ages and interests.