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Attractions near RyeHill House

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.
Stanford Hall (6 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.
Leicester Racecourse (7 Miles)*
Extending to 200 acres and steeped in more than 100 years of history, the Leicester Racecourse estate provides the perfect venue for the private or business client.
National Gas Museum (8 Miles)*
At the Gas Museum you will gain a fascinating insight into the story of gas past and present, with particular reference to the East Midlands region.
Harborough Museum (8 Miles)*
The Museum has been revamped to display one of the most significant Iron Age finds in Britain - the Hallaton Treasure!
Gorse Hill City Farm (10 Miles)*
Gorse Hill City Farm is a working farm with the opportunity to feed and touch the animals.
National Space Centre (10 Miles)*
The award winning National Space Centre is the UK's largest attraction dedicated to space.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens (10 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.
Rugby School Tours & Museum (11 Miles)*
Rugby School Museum in Barby Road is open as part of the School tour.
Coton Manor Garden (12 Miles)*
Coton Manor lies in peaceful Northamptonshire countryside and enjoys beautiful views providing an ideal setting for the garden.
Lamport Hall (13 Miles)*
Lamport Hall was the home of the Isham family for over four centuries.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near RyeHill House
Lutterworth (5 Miles)*
Lutterworth is an attractive town with some well preserved half-timbered buildings and an 18th century bridge, which spans the River Swift in a series of three arches.
Glen Parva (6 Miles)*
Glen Parva - The Manor House is of interest, dating back to the 14th century and local records suggest that the ill-fated King Charles I stayed there after the Battle of Naseby.
Foxton (6 Miles)*
Ullesthorpe (6 Miles)*
Burton Overy (6 Miles)*
Enderby (7 Miles)*
Enderby - The St. Johns area of the parish is separated from the main village, which is where the ancient village of Aldeby stood. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, this village was deserted probably in the 12th century.
Great Stretton (7 Miles)*
East Langton (8 Miles)*
Market Harborough (8 Miles)*
Market Harborough is a rare example of a planned medieval 'new town'. Market Harborough was created in the 12th century especially to be a market and promote local trade.
Aston Flamville (8 Miles)*
Aston Flamville - The small church of St. Peters was considerably rebuilt in 1874, but retained one of the original Norman windows.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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