The main train line from London Euston to Milton Keynes stops at Tring Station. The station is a couple of miles out of the town so you will need to arrange transport from the station into Tring. During the week day commute you can get a bus, otherwise it will be a taxi.
Natural History Museum at Tring, The Walter Rothschild Building, Akeman Street, ☎ +44 20 7942 6171, . 10am -5pm Mon-Sat, 2-5pm Sunday. Home to the Natural History Museums bird collection and the Walter Rothschild collection of stuffed animals in a Victorian setting.Free.
Tring Park Woods (Tring Park Woods), Park Road (Accessed and signposted at the end of Park Road, near the National History Museum, over the Whirligig bridge), . Woodland trust land on the edge of Tring which is signposted and open to the public. Cows are often grazing in the fields so dogs should be kept under control at all times.
The shops in Tring tend to be more practical and aimed at people who live and work in the area. For example there is a small bookshop, some interior design related shops, a couple of ironmongers, and a stationers. There are a large number of charity shops and estate agents. There are also a number of travel related businesses in and around Tring High Street.