Surrounded by the rolling Chiltern Hills, Ware is a picturesque town steeped in history. The River Lea meanders through the town's centre, adding a touch of tranquility to the bustling community of artists, farmers and families who call Ware home. Whilst Ware has all the modern amenities and attractions that you would expect of a market town, its traditional charm and beauty can really be found in the surrounding villages.
The challenge of majestic hills, secluded valleys and stunning riverbanks offer an abundance of opportunities for outdoor pursuits. From the spectacular views atop the nearby Harts Hill to the breathtaking natural walks around the River Lea, exploring Ware takes you on a journey that is second to none. Through its intriguing history, Ware celebrates its past with great enthusiasm, from the oldest pub in Hertforsdshire - The Plough Inn - to the vibrant Willian Country market of St John's Church.
Art and culture thrive in Ware, with its many galleries and exhibitions celebrating its history and heritage. Theatres, comedy venues, independent cinemas and a variety of pubs and restaurants all add to the vibrancy of this vibrant town. There's something for everyone here, whether you want to take part in the busy weekly events or simply soak up the unique atmosphere and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Ware is truly the perfect place to come and relax, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.