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Brentwood is a well-known wealthy town within the Borough of Brentwood in Essex, England. It is located east of England in proximity with London and the M25 road within the Metropolitan Green Belt, with the heart of the Town only minutes away from pleasant woods, commons, and rights of way.

The town's economy is based on several internationally acclaimed businesses and accommodation. The area is famous for being home to the Brentwood School, Brentwood Town F.C. and London Leopards.

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Top Attractions in Brentwood

Brentwood includes a number of parishes that vary in size and comprise of a number of attractive villages and landscapes with many important and historic buildings. As a whole, there are 510 buildings listed for their historical and architectural importance.

Brentwood Museum located along Lorne Road is a museum that showcases collection of items that reflects the area's history.

Brentwood Theatre is located at 15 Shenfield Road, Brentwood. It is a community theatre that attracts thousands of visitors for its wide range of magnificent performances.

Marygreen Manor is a hotel and restaurant within a beautiful 16th century building. The building is located along London Road. Marygreen Manor is famous for being home to Henry Roper, Gentleman Pursuant to Queen Catherine of Aragon.

Old Macdonald's Educational Farm is a leisure and educational farm located at Weald Road, Brentwood. The farm serves as home to several animals primarily those often found in a typical farm. The farm has rides, picnic areas and teaching areas. It also has function rooms and a cafeteria.

Warley Place located along Warley Road, Great Warley is a nature reserve under the governance of Essex Wildlife Trust. The 16-acre reserve features huge collection of rare plants making it to only seldom open its doors to public. The area is known for being home to the famous Victorian horticulturist, Ellen Wilmott. Warley Place still contains Wilmott's collection of plants from many parts of the world.