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Catanger Llamas Towcester, UK
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Towcester
The view from the Gypsy caravan is beautiful, the llama's are right in front of you (including the eldest mummy llama, who loved to lie and watch us eat our picnic as she ate her grass and dozed peacefully), along...
The shepherds hut was wonderful- perfectly situated for views of the sunrise and sunset.
Tanks-Alot Helmdon, UK
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Helmdon
Really great warm welcome, on-site parking on either the road inside the complex or on the grass, great staff, very knowledgeable, owners Nick & Todd were really nice and friendly, thoroughly enjoyed the whole day...
A camera is a must and if you're driving a Go-pro type camera would be great to get those drivers eye views.
National Memorial Arboretum Alrewas, UK 29.4 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Alrewas
The Chapel is inspirational, the Special Forces Grove is a tribute to one man's dedication (and beautiful too), and the whole site provides an education whether in history, natural history, geography, art or so ma...
Used the Land Train to fully judge the large site and the wonderful, incredible sculptured memorials to every element of our armed forces allies and ancillary services, who sacrificed their lives for peace and the...
Stoneywell Leicestershire, UK
#1 of 90 Sights & Landmarks in Leicestershire
The treasure trail was a little tricky but the stunning views and amazing weather meant we had a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.
After a superb tour with a very lovely guide, we continued to view the walled fruit and vegetable garden festooned with scented roses and then made our way down to the tiny tea-room where we enjoyed a very welcome...
Lincoln Cathedral Lincoln, UK
#1 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
If you can climb the towers for a tour on a clear day then the view is really spectacular.The guides to the cathedral are friendly and welcoming, you can see the Magna Carta, also the famous Lincoln Imp statue.
The Cathedral exceeded all expectations when I visited it, it is huge and incredibly beautiful, I would reccommend visiting the Cathedral to everyone who would like a nice day out to visit beautiful sights, it is...
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Claymills Victorian Pumping Station Burton upon Trent, UK 16.1 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Burton upon Trent
A wonderful insight into the ingenuity of Engineers of the past, also the way in which the whole site is being restored to its original workings by a dedicated group of workers and young engineers.
The work they do is great and it is important that these sights are maintained for future generations
Lincoln Guildhall Lincoln, UK
#2 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
... Cooke (thanks again Joe) he works Mon to Wed and made the tour very interesting his has some great stories and is very knowledgeable about Lincon`s past you can view some great artifacts collected over the years.
There are plenty of historical sites in Lincoln and much to see but what differentiated this visit to the Guildhall from others was the guide - Richard Storey.
Coloured Cob Nottingham, UK
#1 of 33 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
The staff are lovely very friendly and Helpfull made us feel really welcome the horses are obviously well loved and cared for The views on the trek are stunning
The shop on site also has just about anything you would need for riding ,again at surprising prices.
Lichfield Cathedral Lichfield, UK 37.5 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Lichfield
Incredible architecture and its stunning three spires, it is a landmark of incredible beauty and, of course, great history.
The picture windows and structure are a fantastic site to admire, the displays are informative and staff very helpful and knowledgable
St James Church Louth, UK
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Louth
Best of all this church is the nesting site of two Peregrine Falcons high above the Lincolnshire countryside.
Well worth a visit and on certain day you can go up the tower and gets wonderful views of the surrounding area
Bransby Horses Lincoln, UK
#3 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
a very nice relaxing place to visit a lovely morning or afternoon out the children love it for all ages a lovely café is on site and gift shop plenty of walking areas to view the horses and lovely scenic views a g...
Lovely location and everyone is so kind and welcoming lots of stuff on site to keep kids busy and can take a picnic with lots of benches available on site too.
Gainsborough Old Hall Gainsborough, UK
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Gainsborough
The Great Hall and the kitchen (this is the most impressive medieval kitchen I've ever seen) were the highlights for me, along with a wonderful view from the roof of the tower.
My wife and I discovered this hidden gem whilst looking on the English Heritage site as we wouldn’t have found it easily otherwise, and we’re glad we did, it was well worth the trip as this beautiful period proper...
Southwell Minster Southwell, UK
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Southwell
The Southwell Minster is steeped in history, from Roman Villa's with mosaic flooring, the site had an Anglo-Saxon church but this was replaced in Norman times a splendid example of Norman Arches, there has been so...
... you get a guided tour, stopping on the various levels which look down into the interior of the Minster, and bell tower, right to the top where you walk outside to an amazing view of the surrounding countryside.
Heage Windmill Belper, UK
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Belper
Yes this is a great visit ,a working windmill loverly views worth a visit is great to visit in the summer.
... and we have heard many it was very informative and interesting, we climbed to the top for the lovely view... the millers were there and is was great fun talking to them both... we purchased the mill flour with...
78 Derngate Northampton, UK
#1 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Northampton
Beautiful place to enjoy tea small sandwiches and cakes .Lovely view over the park while we chatted and ate, fully relaxed in the oldy worldy atmosphere .
A truely special site and definately worthwhile taking a look around the free gallery or pay to view the house if you have longer to browse.
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Two of our number opted to climb the famous Stump Tower and were rewarded with splendid views of the town and surrounding countryside, though a morning autumnal mist prevented them from spotting Lincoln Cathedral...
From the outside the stump is an iconic landmark in Boston town centre, however on entering this amazing church you will be over whelmed with the immense beauty and wonderment of stunning architecture and centurie...
Dambusters Memorial Woodhall Spa, UK
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Woodhall Spa
Set in the centre of the town, this is a very good site for such a dedication to those very brave men who played such an important part in WWII history.
The memorial is on the site of a hotel that was bombed during the second world war and gives a space to be able to reflect on what men sacrificed for us.
#1 of 22 Sights & Landmarks in Chesterfield
... at the church, if you have the time and energy take the spire tour, around 150 steps to the top with a knowledgeable guide who tells you all about the history of the church and spire, great views from the top.
Well worth a visit & if you can get up the spiral tower the view is to die for I have lived in Chesterfield all my life and when people say that they know of the Crooked Spire it makes me very proud.
Thornbridge Hall Gardens Ashford-in-the-Water, UK 42.4 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ashford-in-the-Water
The prices are good, and again the staff are welcoming and efficient; there is plenty of seating inside, as well as on the terrace with its lovely views across the gardens.
Visited late September but it was a pleasant day (last day open next Thursday 29/9) Enjoyed the visit from the first awe inspiring view of the hall.
Hall Farm Park Market Rasen, UK
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Market Rasen
There's food on site, a fun play area and even mini golf.
#4 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
ring to book tour ,fire museum on site also ,do both great guides very interesting and home to the red arrows ,you can get right up to one for a photo too .If you like aviation history or just interested in dambus...
It was both educational and humbling to be allowed the privilege of visiting and learning about this historic site, while also being very aware of the brave souls that have graced this base.
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ravenshead
I would highly recommend a visit, the standard and quality of of this heritage site has to be admired, which is testament to the dedicated volunteers.
... to make a solo visit.Very friendly volunteers,from the guys manning the car park to the volunteers on site.It was a vision to behold the ornate pumping station and I visited the underground reservoir,small ext...
German Military Cemetery Cannock, UK 45.8 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Cannock
You walk through to the memorial to the unknown soldier and then walk out onto the Patio to view the rolling grounds of war graves that are immaculate each one.
It is always so thought provoking when you note the age of so many of the boys at rest on these sites and how many of us will be resting in such a well tended site a hundred years after our passing.
Steep Hill Lincoln, UK
#5 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Brilliant restaurants great pubs browns pie shop is a must good local shops and at the top excellent views of cathedral and castle
A very steep climb upwards lots of great shops/cafe's great historical area magical in fact and a great view of the Cathedral
Mr Straw's House Worksop, UK
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Worksop
Amazing amount of items to view and the staff are so knowledgable when questions asked.
Great that William in particular just froze the house in time.Easy parking, cafe on site.
Foxton Locks Foxton, UK
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Foxton
... boat then it's just as much fun to go along and watch this fascinating piece of history in use, there is a small museum and a history trail giving information about the boat lift that also once shared this site.
We found a great 6 mile walk that followed the tow path along the canal and out across fields that gave some amazing views, the route we followed was from my amazing Ifootpaths app.
Tattershall Farm Park Tattershall, UK
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Tattershall
My children loved to walk through it and due to the size of it they where able to take their time to view each animal.
We enjoyed reading about the different animals and stroking them and exploring the site.
St. Wulfram's Church Grantham, UK
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
Chain library was open and had a helpful knowledgeable volunteer to help - worth the climb up the narrow staircase - fantastic view down from the window into the church.
If your lucky enough to be there when the tower and belfry is open then the views over Grantham and the surrounding area are spectacular.
Hardwick Hall and Gardens Chesterfield, UK
#2 of 22 Sights & Landmarks in Chesterfield
Fabulous place Lots of activities arranged for the kids Lovely walks Cafe nice Worth getting membership to visit all the different sites as it is a great family day out.
Quite challenging walking around the Sculpture Walk and the Miller's Walk, but with rewards of great views, long periods of solitude, wonderful wildlife, and quirky sculptures and sights to be seen.
Lincoln Castle Lincoln, UK
#6 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
We spent a morning exploring Lincoln Castle , walking round the medieval walks with fab views , visiting the gaol and amazing chapel , the wonderful original Magna Carta & charter of the forests .
Lincoln itself is a beautiful city but visiting the castle was amazing to.my children and I loved the view and walk around the castle and also all the shops around it.view is amazing and great place for all the fa...