Didcot is a historic railway town on the fringes of the Chiltern Hills in the county of Oxfordshire. Sitting between Oxford and Reading, it has long been a key regional settlement.
Didcot Railway Centre is a museum located in a former Great Western Railway engine-shed. Featuring extensive displays on the history of locomotives, railway memorabilia and much more, the Didcot Railway Centre provides insight into the town’s most famous industry. Locals and tourists alike come here to immerse themselves in what is today a bygone world.
North of Didcot, Harcourt Arboretum is a 120 acre complex of botanical gardens that are owned by the University of Oxford. With a wide variety of trees including ancient redwoods and Japanese maples, rhododendrons and bluebell woods, this is a key facet of leisure life in the area.
Throughout the area, from Northbourne to Appleford, Floom’s Didcot flower delivery applies to the whole town.