Attractions Around Oundle

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More details - Lyveden New Bield
National Trust property: Lyveden New Bield - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
near Oundle,

More details - Deene Park
A most interesting house, occupied and developed by the Brudenell family since 1514, from a mediaeval manor around a courtyard into a Tudor and Georgian mansion. Visitors see many rooms of different periods, providing an impressive yet intimate ambience of the family home of many generations.
Deene Park, Deene, Nr Corby

More details - Planet Bounce Indoor Trampoline Park, Corby
Planet Bounce is the home of over 70 interconnected trampolines that encourage you to defy gravity and literally bounce off the walls. Whether you chose to Bounce, Dunk, Dodge or Party you will experience enjoyment that is out of this world.
Rockingham Leisure Park

More details - Kirby Hall
Kirby Hall is one of England’s greatest Elizabethan and 17th century houses earlier owned by Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth I.
Deene, Nr Corby

More details - Boughton House
Experience ‘The English Versailles’ Discover one of Britain’s grandest and best-preserved stately homes. As well as the splendours of the House, you can also enjoy the 18th-century landscaped gardens, woodlands and a grand country park.

More details - Rooftop Arts Centre
The Rooftop Arts Centre is a not-for-profit community arts centre in the heat of Corby. Offering exhibitions, events, artists studios, photography studio, project space, workshops, and a creative children’s area.
Rooftop Arts Centre Chisholm House 9 Queens Square Corby

More details - Priest's House (Easton)
National Trust property: Priest’s House (Easton) - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Easton on the Hill, near Stamford,

More details - Easton on the Hill Labyrinth and Peace Garden
This newly constructed feature is a place of contemplation for everyone. A place for all ages, and backgrounds, within and without the village, especially for those who mourn or who just want a bit of peace.
Tank Road, off Church Street, Easton on the Hill, near Stamford. .

More details - Rushton Triangular Lodge
This delightful triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of one of the Gunpowder Plotters) and constructed between 1593 and 1597. It is a testament to Tresham’s Roman Catholicism: the number three, symbolising the Holy Trinity, is apparent everywhere.
Rushton, Kettering

More details - LUNA FLIX Outdoor Cinema
Cinema goes outdoors! NOW BOOKING new summer season May-Sept. Bring a picnic, friends and family, enjoy the sunset and experience classic movies on a HUGE screen under the stars! Shows include Jaws, Grease, Pretty Woman, Dirty Dancing, Ghost, Pulp Fiction, Life of Brian and many more.

More details - Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre - Talk/Tour and Film Show & Wedding Venue
The Charity Trust offers a History Talk and Film Show on the development of the Corn Exchange Theatre Company Project, guided group tours of the building which can be incorporated with Lunch or Dinner from £15.00 for 2 courses.
Broad Street, Stamford

More details - School Holiday Soccer Camps
Easter holidays: Monday 3rd – Friday 7th April. 9.00AM – 3.00PM UEFA qualified coaches Fun-based coaching & games Players certificates Trials for promising players Q&A with first team players International students TO BOOK A PLACE: To book online: payments.ketteringtownfc.
Latimer Park, Polwell Lane, Burton Latimer

More details - The Yards Kettering
A unique shopping district that has been compared to Camden Town. The Yards Exchange in Market Street has a number of outdoor and indoor stores in a variety of quirky settings and is a brand new refreshing scene, just what Kettering has been waiting for.
12 Market Street, Kettering

More details - Lyddington Bede House
Set beside the church of the picturesque ironstone village of Lyddington, Lyddington Bede House originated as the medieval wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln.
Blue Coat Lane, Lyddington

More details - Rushden Transport Museum and Railway (Reg. Charity 285535)
Located in the heart of the town is Rushden Station, headquarters of Rushden Historical Transport Society, an attraction of great value for families and rail enthusiasts alike.
Rushden Transport Museum and Railway, The Railway Station, Station Approach, Rushden

More details - Bugtopia The Zoo Rutland Water
Come and visit our mini Zoo and meet the reptiles and insects. Formally the butterfly house on the North Shore of Rutland Water. Entrance to the Zoo £7.50 adults £6.50 children We have a tropical jungle with free roaming reptiles, birds (butterflies from April to October).
Sykes Lane, Rutland Water.

More details - Bugtopia
Here at Bugtopia we want to promote conservation through education. To teach about all creatures great and small, from the beautiful to what some would call the ugly. We hope to bestow a passion and a love for creatures no matter what size, shape or gender.
Loddington Rd, Great Cransley Kettering.

More details - Ramsey Rural Museum
Discover a wealth of nostalgia and memorabilia housed in some 17th century buildings in a beautiful rural setting. From the history of the drainage of the fens through to the 2000s. We have something for everyone. Farming, military, 1940s, chemist and cobblers shops, blacksmiths barn and much more.
Ramsey Rural Museum, Wood Lane, Ramsey

More details - Houghton Mill
National Trust property: Houghton Mill - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Houghton, near Huntingdon,

More details - Thorney Abbey
Thorney Abbey is open daily for quiet time, prayer or just to look around. On most Saturday mornings, Botolph’s Cafe is open in one of the transepts, where you can pop in for a natter and a cuppa. The Abbey is famous for its fine organ and also examples of medieval stained glass windows.
Thorney Abbey, Whittlesey Road, Thorney, Peterborough.

More details - Battlefield Live Peterborough
Battlefield LIVE is an amazing, fun and fully interactive combat based outdoor activity suitable for anyone from age 7 upwards. If you have ever played combat games on a console or PC and enjoyed the thrill of one to one combat or team challenges, then now it is time to live them!
Old Hall Farm, French Drove, Thorney, Peterborough

More details - Leicestershire Craft Centre
Come and be inspired at the Leicestershire Craft Centre. Choose from a wide range of art and craft courses; learn new techniques; design your own pieces and have fun making them.
10a High Street, Market Harbrough

Things to do in Oundle