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#1 of 4 things to do in Oadby
There are mature trees, a beautiful huge pond, various formal mini-gardens, a row of acers, a herb garden, a fuchsia garden, succulents and alpines in greenhouses and regular exhibitions of sculpture.
I often visit this park on a sunny day with my husband,it's a peaceful spot with different sections of beautiful greenery,it has got an area dedicated to fresh herbs and a pond with tropical fish,there are also wi...

Social Climbing

Leicester, UK 3.1 mi away
#1 of 97 things to do in Leicester
We all loved it - climbing levels for everyone, great music, cool decor, super nice staff.
The membership options and student discount are reasonable and great if you want to visit regularly - although it may be a little expensive for inexperienced climbers.

Foxton Locks

Foxton, UK 8.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Foxton
Great place to enjoy a walk and the Leicestershire countryside whilst taking in the amazing engineering of the locks and the inlcined plane well worth a visit two great pubs as well!!!
A wonderful day out , we had a wonderful organiser for our U3A group.We had a pleasant canal boat trip ,a lovely lunch and then enjoyed walking up the locks and watching how they work ,fascinating.

Leicester Guildhall

Leicester, UK 3.0 mi away
#9 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Leicester is a remarkable city, full of interesting buildings, such as the Cathedral, the Richard III Visitor Centre, the Clock Tower, the Turkey Cafe, the former Pares Bank, etc.
Its close to the Cathedral and the Richard 3rd centre and is well worth a visit if you enjoy your history.

Newarke Houses Museum & Gardens

Leicester, UK 2.9 mi away
#6 of 97 things to do in Leicester
A real gem giving a wonderful insight into the different stages of history in this city Remodelled streets and shops which are evocative and well curated.
The museum is well worth a visit there is something to interest everyone .

Leicester Cathedral

Leicester, UK 2.9 mi away
#12 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Started the day at Bosworth then the car park so the only logical next stop was the cathedral, beautiful place, staff very friendly and helpful, signposted well and just as stunning as it looked on TV, it was a lo...
We had a good look at all the inscriptions on the graves and all the wooden carving figures it was just such a lovely place and the stained glass windows were beautiful and colourful well worth a visit

Abbey Park

Leicester, UK 3.8 mi away
#11 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Abbey ruins, weir, river, lake with boating, Model boat sailing, train ride for little ones, Japanese gardens, tea shop, ice cream and drinks
It is a real delight with its Japanese garden, the remains of the Abbey and amazing parkland, an oasis of calm in the middle of a major city.

Bradgate Park

Newtown Linford, UK 7.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Newtown Linford
... if needed but challenging undulating walks for the more adventurous, very interesting visitor centre reflecting the history of both the park and the family that once lived in the house, including Lady Jane Grey.
... path • Fantastic views • The geology was absolutely amazing • The folly, Old John, was open to visitors and a tour guide was there to give talks and answer questions • Got to get up and close with both red dee...

Abbey Pumping Station

Leicester, UK 3.9 mi away
#14 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Free entry and right next door to space centre loads of interesting stands and objects of interest lovely picnic area outside really worth a visit they do have some special events.
... event going on in the marquee which was a bonus but the pumping station itself had quite a bit to offer with a playground, miniature steam train that cost a mere 50p to ride and of course the museum and cafe.

New Walk Museum and Art Gallery

Leicester, UK 2.4 mi away
#16 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Particularly for me, passing through the groovy and atmospheric Mods exhibition to the wonderfully stylistic German Expressionist gallery, and then onto the Ancient Egypt section... makes a rather small museum see...
A definite recommend to families and tourists for a good insight to Leicester City and just generally a lovely day out in the city especially on a rainy day!

King Richard III Visitor Centre

Leicester, UK 2.9 mi away
#4 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Exhibits explain the story surrounding Richard11 and the fascinating discovery of the " King in the car Park" Excellent technology makes this a really interesting exhibition and the way the grave has been incorpor...
Stimulating and informative; a comprehensive insight into both the history and the excavation itself, with an effective use of modern technology.

Watermead Park

Leicester, UK 3.8 mi away
#19 of 97 things to do in Leicester
The South has a recycling & climate trail, a Woolly Mamoth sat atop a hill and a Polar bear below!!, Two lakes with reasonable footpaths/cycle paths around, or access to the canalised river tow path.
Nice place to go for a picnic or a stroll to the pub.

Wistow Maze

Wistow 3.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wistow
The theme this year is Sherlock Holmes (as anniversary of the books being written) and the who done it clues (and suspects) were excellently done and perfect for all age ranges, this is fun for young kids right th...
The maze and the activities are just across the road from a great complex of shops, including a garden centre with an excellent model village, a deli, a cafe, craft shops and loos.

The Little Theatre

Leicester, UK 2.6 mi away
#15 of 97 things to do in Leicester
A great little theatre, staff are always very friendly and helpful, The shows are always very good and the car park is just outside the front door.
Scenery costumes dancers main cast.

Church of St. Mary de Castro

Leicester, UK 3.0 mi away
#27 of 97 things to do in Leicester

Ape Index

Leicester, UK 2.9 mi away
#21 of 97 things to do in Leicester
We had a great time playing about on the ninja warrior obsicles, loads of different ones to try and there is a climbing wall, staff are lovley and helpful, nice and relaxed atmosphere.
I took my 5 year old and it’s the first time I’ve ever been able to attend a class where my little boy was able to join in as he pleased or just play.

New Walk

Leicester, UK 2.4 mi away
#23 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Although its parallel to London Road which is a very busy main road into the city, this is very tranquil and calm so ideal for a morning or evening stroll, especially if the weather is nice.
It is a lovely way to walk into the city and is lined with attractive Georgian and Victorian houses, however you do have to watch out for cyclists speeding past you.

Victoria Park

Leicester, UK 1.8 mi away
#28 of 97 things to do in Leicester

Leicester Abbey

Leicester, UK 3.5 mi away
#26 of 97 things to do in Leicester
There is a pets corner, play park, out door gym, boating lake, gardens and lots of open space!
The park itself is a lovely space and worth a visit just to escape the city.

Jewry Wall

Leicester, UK 3.2 mi away
#30 of 97 things to do in Leicester
I especially enjoyed theprecise and stately Mediaeval Dancing and the Industrial Archaelogy displays; the European visitors with me admired the authenticity of the Roman re-enactors and Dark Ages spinner.
Very informative, interesting and a great place to visit as a family

Leicester City Market

Leicester, UK 2.9 mi away
#25 of 97 things to do in Leicester
I love shopping at this market,the banter of the sellers,friendly welcome,loads of bargains,lovely Salad,veg,fruit,cards books best market I've ever been to bars close by serving drinks &food
A superb array of fruit and veg at very reasonable prices.

Gorse Hill City Farm

Leicester, UK 4.5 mi away
#29 of 97 things to do in Leicester
They are friendly animals who are used to being given feed from people visiting (a very reasonable sized bag for 50p each), so they will happily come up to the fences to say hello.
take the grandchildren here twice a year a nice little place for them to get to see real life animals a nice little cafe and play area for them to run around.
#32 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Great fun!

Retro Computer Museum

Leicester, UK 4.0 mi away
#22 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Amazing day out playing retro games from the vast library of games.
There's a good selection of snacks, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks at reasonable prices.

Kirby Muxloe Castle

Kirby Muxloe 6.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Kirby Muxloe
This is a lovely place to come and is a romantic ruin with a lovely moat and well worth a visit if you are in the area.
The grounds and moat full of Lilies are a pleasant walk around and you can feed the ducks .

Mill Hill Cask & Coffee

Enderby 5.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Enderby
The owners are a lovely young friendly couple and the fella Jay knows his beers... highly recommend, plus the Stilton pork pie (locally sourced) is a must try!
Amazing little micro pub with great atmosphere, variety of drinks and impeccable service.

National Gas Museum

Leicester, UK 2.5 mi away
#33 of 97 things to do in Leicester
The vintage kitchen is amazing, with all sorts of gas appliances and objects which would have been used in the home of the mid century possibly better off homemakers.
Fantastic time spent walking round the appliances and listening to recordings.

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

Leicester, UK 3.4 mi away
#46 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Simply amazing, the peacefulness of the place, the beautiful architecture and learning the history of this magnificent Mandir is quite something, as well as seeing the passion of the volunteers there who do a fant...
Beautiful architecture and a modern temple

Attenborough Arts Centre

Leicester, UK 2.2 mi away
#38 of 97 things to do in Leicester

Wigston Framework Knitters Museum

Leicester, UK 2.0 mi away
#49 of 97 things to do in Leicester
It is DEFINITELY well worth a visit because there is a little bit more than i thought- a little, underpromoted cafe, a beautiful, lovingly maintained garden, the little factory and the old living quarters.
I went with year 5 pupils and found it fascinating, the gentleman made it so interesting and he could answer all the pupils questions (and mine) I loved seeing how the knitting machines worked and the hours put in...