Things to do in LE15 8QL


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Bugtopia
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Zoos

Bugtopia was formed in 2012 as a way to get kids interested in the super heroes of our world - Bugs!

Aqua Park Rutland
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Water Centres

Aqua Park Rutland is the UK's biggest inflatable water park, in which youre guaranteed an awesome day out. Perfect for families, children, adults & groups.

Sacrewell Farm
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Farm Parks

Explore food, farming and the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside on a visit to Sacrewell. Weve got plenty to keep your family entertained, with animals to meet, outdoor spaces to discover and a recently restored eighteenth century watermill.

Adrenaline Alley
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BMX/Skate Parks

Europe's largest urban sports venue. There is something for everyone at Adrenaline Alley in Corby, from Skateboarding to Scooters and BMX's.

Rockingham Castle
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Castles & Halls

Rockingham Castle an Amazing Norman Castle built under the instruction of William the Conqueror, a family home for the past 450 years, over looking 4 counties.

Nene Valley Railway
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Railways

The Nene Valley Railway is a successful heritage railway, which runs along part of the original London and North Western Railway branch line from Northampton to Peterborough.

John Clare Cottage
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Museums

The home of John Clare (1793-1864), widely regarded as one of the greatest of the English poets, John Clare lived in the village for his first forty years from 1793 until 1832.

Elton Hall & Gardens
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House & Gardens

Anextraordinary, romantic, part-gothic historic house near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire, that has been in the Proby family for 400 years

Ferry Meadows
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Landscapes

Imagine somewhere beautiful, safe and unspoilt where you can walk, cycle, play,horse-ride, ride a train, go fishing, exercise the dog, jog, push the buggy and explore endless meadows, lakes and woodland.

Longthorpe Tower
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Castles & Halls

Longthorpe Tower displays one of the most complete and important sets of 14th century domestic wall paintings in northern Europe.

Harborough Museum
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Museums

The museum celebrates Market Harboroughs long history as a centre of trade and industry in the heart of the Welland Valley at the crossroads between Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.