for the family

Bosworth

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park is less than two miles away and is a unique day out for all the family. Re-live this famous turning point in British history - the death of a King and the birth of the all powerful Tudor dynasty.

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Twycross Zoo

Only 10 miles from the farm, Twycross is notable for having the largest collection of primate species of any zoo in the world. It is also known for its "PG Tips" chimpanzees.

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Conkers

The award winning attraction at the heart of the National Forest, a unique mix of indoor and outdoor fun, adventure & discovery activities. Only 12 miles away. Get vouchers.

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The National Space Centre

Just 14 miles away, this is the UK's largest attraction dedicated to space science and travel. With a rocket tower, 3D spaceflight simulation, planetarium and many artefacts.

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Great Central Railway, Loughborough

Voted number 12 on the list of the 50 greatest railway journeys in the world this is the UK's only double track, main line heritage railway. Trains run every weekend of the year, bank holidays and daily in the summer.

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Alton Towers

The UK’s largest theme park, offering an amazing mix of thrill rides, laughs & frights, family attractions and young fun.

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Triumph Visitor Centre

The home of Triumph, where you'll get the full story in their unique immersive visitor experience. It's here that you'll see how they make motorcycles, get up close to some of the most iconic Triumphs of all time, and enjoy a priceless collection of motorcycle memorabilia brought together exclusively for their visitors.

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Shackerstone Railway

The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

Shackerstone Station is at the northern end of the line, and is the headquarters of the railway with museum, Victorian tea room souvenir shop, loco shed and main rolling stock located here. There is ample free parking, and the Ashby Canal is just a stones throw away.

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