Things to do in Aldershot
In recent years, Aldershot town centre has received funding to enhance the look of its high street and surrounding public areas; a project that is on-going and is aimed at making Aldershot a great place to live whether you’re single, married, have a young family or are looking to down-size to a new, up and coming town. If you’re looking for things to do in Aldershot, fret not. Aside from a plethora of beautiful parks and places to walk, the outskirts of the town also feature a Tesco superstore, adjacent to a Morrisons superstore, located in an area known as Westgate, Westgate is home to a variety of popular eateries and a recently built, seven-screen Cineworld movie theatre; ideal for a night out during the week or a well-deserved treat at the weekend. Aldershot high street is home to a popular weekly market, along with a number of well-known fast-food chains, several shops and cafes. The Wellington Centre is home to high-street names such as Boots, Argos, Wilko, Lidl and Mothercare and features a multi-story car park, making a trip to Aldershot convenient and easy. A second multi-story car park located adjacent to the high street not only offers additional parking, making a trip in to Aldershot simple, but it also plays host to a weekly car boot sale for locals looking for a bargain. Aldershot has it’s own football club, Aldershot Town, and it’s own football ground which is regularly attended by its fans. Plus, the Princess Hall, located just a short walk from Aldershot high street is never short of concerts, plays, discos, children’s entertainment and so much more. Known as a military town, Aldershot also features an iconic statue of The Duke of Wellington, a must-see figure if you’re taking the dog for a walk; Aldershot Military Museum and the Aldershot Observatory are two additional sites to explore.