Visitor Attractions in Northamptonshire
There are many things to see and do in Northamptonshire and the surrounding Counties. To help you in planning your stay, we have included some details here, but upon your arrival we will be able to give you more detailed information.
The massive new development of Rushden Lakes is just 2 miles down the road. The new centre includes Marks and Spencer, H&M, House of Fraser, Joules, River Island and many more along with a range of Restaurants including Bills, Jamaica Blue, and Wildwood.
Rushden Lakes is also linked to the Wildlife Trust and features canoe hire from Canoe 2 as well as nature walks and other wildlife facilities.
To see more, go to their website rushdenlakes.com.
For the Petrol Heads
Santa Pod Raceway has regular shows and drag racing www.santapod.co.uk
Distance 8 miles
Silverstone hosts the British Grand Prix and many other motor related events www.silverstone.co.uk Distance 30 miles
Should you wish to bring an entry for these venues, we can arrange on site parking for trailers etc.
For Railway Enthusiasts
Rushden Transport Museum and Railway www.rhts.co.uk Distance 5 miles
Nene Valey Railway, Wansford, www.nv.org.uk Distance 23 miles
For Students of Architecture
Boughton House www.boughtonhouse.org.uk Distance 16 miles
Kelmarsh Hall www.kelmarsh.com Distance 20 miles
Lamport Hall www.lamporthall.co.uk Distance 19 miles
For many more in the area, please go to www.letyourselfgrow.com/museumsandhistorichouses
Stanwick Lakes provides adventure for kids of all ages as well as Nature Trails and a Visitor Centre www.stanwicklakes.org.uk/ Distance < 1mile
Wicksteed Park is situated in nearby Kettering and offers rides and events for all the family www.wicksteedpark.co.uk Distance 10 miles
Billing Aquadrome hosts many special events including a Balloon Festival and 4x4 events www.billingaquadrome.com Distance 12miles
For Nature Lovers
The Nene Valley offers a huge range of wildlife and scenery in an ever developing nature conservation area, stretching from Northampton through to Peterborough. In easy reach of Redlands Farm are two areas, Irthlingborough Lakes and Stanwick Lakes which provide habitats for a wide range of wading birds, waterfowl and other species.