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Attractions near East Haddon Grange

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Holdenby House and Gardens (1 Mile)*
Just across the fields from Althorp lies Holdenby, a house whose royal connections go back over 400 years. Built by Sir Christopher Hatton to entertain Elizabeth I, it became the Palace of James I and the prison of his son, Charles I.
Coton Manor Garden (3 Miles)*
Coton Manor lies in peaceful Northamptonshire countryside and enjoys beautiful views providing an ideal setting for the garden.
Northampton Museum & Art Gallery (6 Miles)*
Fascinating footwear worn throughout the ages is just one of the many attractions in the museum.
Lamport Hall (7 Miles)*
Lamport Hall was the home of the Isham family for over four centuries.
Abington Park Museum (7 Miles)*
'The museum in the park' is a beautiful Grade 1 listed building.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens (9 Miles)*
Kelmarsh is a 3,363 acre (1361ha) agricultural estate at the heart of which stands the eighteenth century Kelmarsh Hall, surrounded by its pleasure gardens and parkland.
Stanford Hall (9 Miles)*
Stanford, where Shakespeare's Avon flows gently through the Park, has been the home of the Cave family, ancestors of the present owner Lady Braye since 1430.
Sywell Aviation Museum (9 Miles)*
Sywell Aviation Museum charts the history of the delightful Art Deco Sywell Aerodrome from 1928 to the present, and aviation in Northamptonshire as a whole.
National Waterways Museum (11 Miles)*
Housed in a restored cornmill in the picturesque village of Stoke Bruerne, the museum collection vividly portrays the heritage of 200 years of inland waterways.
Rugby School Tours & Museum (11 Miles)*
Rugby School Museum in Barby Road is open as part of the School tour.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near East Haddon Grange
Great Brington (2 Miles)*
Harlestone (3 Miles)*
Flore (4 Miles)*
Brixworth (5 Miles)*
Crick (5 Miles)*
Dodford (5 Miles)*
Ashby St Ledgers (5 Miles)*
Kislingbury (6 Miles)*
Northampton (6 Miles)*
Northampton is a large market town of around 200,000 people, about 50 miles southeast of Birmingham. It was initially a farming community around the 7th century and later became the centre of the ancient kingdom of Mercia.
Bugbrooke (6 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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