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#1 of 2 things to do in Desford
We have visited tropical bird land a couple times now and always find it a lovely couple of hours walking through the ground, the staff are always happy and helpful and it's great to get personal Enoch terms with...
Great day out , free flying birds and the opportunity to hand feed and touch a wide variety of parrots , very reasonably priced including the restaurant , friendly staff on hand to give advice and info .
#2 of 2 things to do in Desford
The staff were super friendly, the room was comfortable and the breakfast was freshly cooked and delicious.
We ordered a traditional Sunday roast, and it was beautiful, the beef was tender and cooked perfectly, it came with roast potatoes, roasted parsnips and a Yorkie pub.

Ashby Boat Company Limited

Stoke Golding, UK 6.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Stoke Golding
Had a great weeks break with the family, end of July beginning of Augusr, 8 of us, 6 adults a 6 year old and a 4 year old, the weather could have been a bit kinder to us, but the boat was fabulous, we were on the...
The boat was immaculately clean and tidy and what was a nice touch was a box of chocolates and a vase of fresh flowers were a welcome gift.

Stoneywell

Markfield 5.3 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Markfield
Lovely garden, knowledgeable garden tour guide, pretty cottage full of arts and crafts furniture and artifacts, with friendly knowledgeable room guides, ad a great tea room...a lovely way to spend a sunny ag=ftern...
From the friendly welcome to the superb guide, and from the exquisite cottage and setting to the woodland walk and excellent tea room, everything was - just a perfect day.

Curve Theatre

Leicester, UK 7.1 mi away
#5 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Superb, spectacular production - loved Danny and Emma - large cast - great music - great dancing - comfortable seats with plenty leg room and great view of stage - a real Christmas treat.
Had a wonderful evening with good friends at CURVE theatre, Leicester watching the Color Purple music Amazing venue, fantastic production, cast brilliant #theatre #thecolorpurple #leicester #musical

Bradgate Park

Newtown Linford, UK 4.1 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...

Leicester Cathedral

Leicester, UK 6.8 mi away
#12 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Came to the cathedral to see the final resting place of Richard 111, his crypt is free to view by the public, it a lovely setting in a beautiful cathedral, there are viewing videos to show the finding, and manufac...
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

Concordia Theatre

Hinckley, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Hinckley
The Concordia theatre is a hidden gem in Hinckley it is run entirely by Volunteers and has a number is associate societies attached these are all amateur societies The theatre although run by Volunteers puts on Mu...
Go and enjoy yourself at the Concordia theatre, all run by volunteers, but very professional, all prices for drinks, programmes and tickets were very reasonable.

Welford Road Stadium

Leicester, UK 6.9 mi away
#7 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Fantastic stadium and facility with Reasonable food fantastic atmosphere would thoroughly recommend the Crombie stand
A thoroughly enjoyable day watching great rugby in a modern and well thought out and friendly ground.

Leicester Guildhall

Leicester, UK 6.7 mi away
#9 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Would strongly recommending a visit here as part of the historical city centre ‘trilogy’ (along with the Cathedral and Richard III visitor centre) Free entry and a chance to step back in time for a brief snapshot...
We chose this venue for our wedding due to the stunning rooms it had , we were married in the Mayors Parlor and had 35 guests which fitted us all comfortably , the staff were amazing especially Sam and Ben thank y...

Newarke Houses Museum & Gardens

Leicester, UK 6.6 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.
It is a fab little museum, the sort you happily still find in England that are, amazingly, free to enter.

De Montfort Hall

Leicester, UK 7.3 mi away
#17 of 97 things to do in Leicester
What a great and impressive setting for a graduation ceremony A beautiful building And the organ is amazing A great venue
We went to see Aladdin pantomime, what a brilliant performance, real magic, comedy, laughter- fantastic show

The Little Theatre

Leicester, UK 7.0 mi away
#15 of 97 things to do in Leicester
A fantastic night spent here a fabulous show great characters playing there parts excellent I always look forward to our visit here just how the theatre should be bar prices very good seats more than comfortable c...
Two recent visits were excellent; the first Around the World In Eighty Days (how did they do it with minimal props and actors) and the second yesterday afternoon with John Shuttleworth.

Burbage Common and Woods

Hinckley, UK 6.0 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Hinckley
There is Plenty of space for walking and is reasonably flat the woodlands have path ways ,however the whole place is a Common and areas are waterlogged so wellies are a must in winter months .A Childrens play area...
We often walk the dog here and it is a lovely wooded area that leads onto an open playing fields, there is a park and a nice cafe and visitor centre.

Abbey Park

Leicester, UK 6.8 mi away
#11 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Just for a break, relax walking or riding a bicycle it offers a lake with curious swans and ducks, a lot of variety of trees and flowers, the river crossing aside, the quiet environment make this place unique.
Spot the ducks and geese on the lake, walk around abbey ruins, take a ride on the pedals if you feel energetic or a leisurely ride on the train in the summer.

New Walk Museum and Art Gallery

Leicester, UK 7.1 mi away
#16 of 97 things to do in Leicester
It is packed full of exhibits including, dinosaurs, natural history, Egyptian artefacts, arts and crafts, ceramics, Victorian art.
I have visited this museum so many times right from being a small child, to being a dad & now a grandad and always enjoy my visits, a lovely leisurely couple of hours spent strolling around everything from dinasau...
#1 of 3 things to do in Sutton Cheney
Loved the exhibition and the walk around the fields with the information, warmed up after with hot chocolate in the Tithe Barn cafe, Would love to see a re-enactment there...maybe a warmer month next time
There is a lovely cafe there, and after refreshing myself with a cuppa and cake, I went to the museum, where I spent the rest of the day wandering around immersing myself in the history of the Wars of the Roses an...

The Battlefield Line

Shackerstone, UK 6.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Shackerstone
Have taken grandchildren every year for many years and the experience is always excellent, largely thanks to the very friendly and hard working volunteers who go out of their way to make it a special day.
3rd year on the trot and still an amazing trip for the grandkids who are now 6 and 3, loved every minute, good quality gifts from the big bearded man and excellent service from the train staff.

King Power Stadium

Leicester, UK 6.5 mi away
#10 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Leicester city v Arsenal The king power stadium in the heart of the city of Leicester We went to watch the home team play Arsenal, it was going to be a bit of a tester Tickets for the Banks lounge, a commemorative...
The staff are welcoming, prices for food and drink reasonable for a football ground, and you get to see the great Leicester City (OK, I'm biased, but the ground has exceeded all expectations

National Space Centre

Leicester, UK 7.2 mi away
#18 of 97 things to do in Leicester
... all, A lot of interactive things to do as well as a lot of reading, The We are stars show was amazing and suited all ages, Great value for money in all aspects and the fact we can return again for free is great!!
We had an amazing full day there absolutely loads to do staff always helpful would definitely go back again it's very informative and interesting brilliant for both children and adults all ages

King Richard III Visitor Centre

Leicester, UK 6.8 mi away
#4 of 97 things to do in Leicester
A wonderfully informative half day excursion, a combination of history of Richard 3, the family tree, interactive questions and an excellent exhibition of the journey of discovery.
The excellent volunteers that we spoke to - Robin and Bernadette - were extremely knowledgeable, helpful, and passionate about their subject, which I loved!

Stoney Cove

Stoney Stanton, UK 5.4 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Stoney Stanton
There is a 7m shelf ideal for open water students then you can progress to the 22m area with lots of stuff to keep you amused.
Lovely place to go and watch divers and swimmers in a beautiful surrounding.

Highcross Leicester

Leicester, UK 6.7 mi away
#20 of 97 things to do in Leicester
Great shopping centre all types shops bars restaurants nearby a large multi storey car park with takes you into John Lewis then all the other shops and malls a great place to shop
Great place to shop, mixtures of High street stores and smaller local businesses, the largest store is John Lewis, down to small fresh Bagel cooking, lots of places to eat, from fish and chips to high end French f...

Hawkwise Falconry

Sutton Cheney, UK 4.8 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Sutton Cheney