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Attractions near Aaron Lodge Bed and Breakfast
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

National Space Centre (2 Miles)*
The award winning National Space Centre is the UK's largest attraction dedicated to space.
Gorse Hill City Farm (3 Miles)*
Gorse Hill City Farm is a working farm with the opportunity to feed and touch the animals.
National Gas Museum (5 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.
Leicester Racecourse (5 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.
Great Central Railway (8 Miles)*
The Great Central Railway is Britain's only double track main line heritage railway. The stations of this railway are restored to different periods of the main line's history.
Charnwood Museum (8 Miles)*
Charnwood Museum features a wide range of exhibits reflecting thehistory, geology, archaeology and industries of Charnwood and thesurrounding area. Permanent displays include 'Coming to Charnwoo
Melton Carnegie Museum (10 Miles)*
This exciting newly refurbished museum contains informative and innovative displays.
Donington le Heath Manor House (12 Miles)*
Step back in time and experience how people really lived in Medieval, Tudor and Stuart Times at Donington le Heath Manor House.
Rutland County Museum (15 Miles)*
Rutland is England's smallest county - and Rutland County Museum is the perfect introduction to all that the area has to offer.
Oakham Castle (15 Miles)*
The splendid Great Hall of Oakham Castle is one of the finest examples of late 12th century domestic architecture in England.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Aaron Lodge Bed and Breakfast
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

Birstall (1 Mile)*
Birstall has become a major dormitory area for Leicester, but there are several examples of its earlier history in evidence.
Syston (2 Miles)*
In Victorian times Syston was a busy cattle dealing town. There is still evidence of the late 18th century development in its conservation area around the parish church of St. Peter.
Rothley (3 Miles)*
Rothley is another stop on the Great Central Railway, a quiet village on the eastern edge of the Charnwood Forest, originally built around Rothley Brook, a tributary of the Soar.
Leicester (3 Miles)*
Leicester is one of the few cities in England that can trace its growth from the Iron Age. In Leicester you can travel through the ages, and learn about the history of the city in its excellent Museums, and by taking an Old Town Heritage Trail
Mountsorrel (4 Miles)*
Mountsorrel is situated on the old A6 route, seven miles north of Leicester and four miles from Loughborough.
Cropston (4 Miles)*
Cropston is a picturesque village, close to the late 19th century reservoir, which takes its name from the village.
Thrussington (4 Miles)*
Thrussington has some interesting 18th century properties surrounding the village green. It is the birthplace in 1782, of artist, John Ferneley, who depicted much of Leicestershire's 19th century hunting scene.
Swithland (5 Miles)*
Swithland is a pleasant Forest village close to both the Woods and Reservoir, which also bear its name. The village is known well beyond Charnwood for its dark blue slate, which produced roofing material from the times of the Romans to the 19th century.
Seagrave (5 Miles)*
Seagrave is situated just minutes from the busy A46; it is a secluded and picturesque village, with red roofed houses and distinctive church.
Brooksby (5 Miles)*
Brooksby is now home to the county's Agricultural College, but was once the seat of the Villiers family. Its most famous son, George, born in 1592 at Brooksby, rose to be the favourite of two Stuart monarchs.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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