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Attractions near 50 Mill Street

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.
National Memorial Arboretum (4 Miles)*
Located in the heart of the country, the National Memorial Arboretum comprises 150 acres of trees and memorials devoted to the concept of Remembrance.
SnowDome (6 Miles)*
The SnowDome in Tamworth is the ultimate snow, ice and leisure experience. Whether it's a fun packed day on the snow, a family outing on the ice or a dip in the swimming pool, the SnowDome provides fun for all!
Ashby-de-la-Zouch Museum (7 Miles)*
Ashby Museum re-opened on Easter Saturday 2007, with a new two-storey extension housing a Community Room and Archives Room, and two revamped Exhibition Galleries.
Ashby de la Zouch Castle (7 Miles)*
Ashby - a royalist stronghold. Tour the impressive ruins of a grand medieval castle within extensive and beautiful grounds.
Tamworth Castle (7 Miles)*
Tamworth Castle is the number one heritage attraction located in the town centre of Tamworth. A visit to Tamworth Castle any time day or night is packed full of fun, mystery and adventure.
Twycross Zoo (8 Miles)*
Set in 50 acres of parkland, the zoo is home to 1000 or so animals, most of which are endangered species.

Calke Abbey (9 Miles)*
A tour of Calke Abbey's treasures is like taking a step back in history. The stately home remains in a mid-19th century time warp.
Drayton Manor Theme Park (9 Miles)*
For total family entertainment visit the award-winning Drayton Manor Theme Park, near Tamworth, Staffordshire.
Melbourne Hall (10 Miles)*
In its picturesque poolside setting, Melbourne Hall was once the home of Victorian Prime Minister, William Lamb, who as 2nd Viscount Melbourne, gave his name to the famous city in Australia.
Letocetum Roman Site (10 Miles)*
The foundations of an inn and bath house can be seen at Wall Roman Site. The inn provided overnight accommodation for travelling Roman officials and imperial messengers.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near 50 Mill Street
Branston (4 Miles)*
Branston on the River Trent is a pleasant place to live, with its fine golf course, a wealth of restaurants and public houses and comfortable housing with well kept gardens.
Swadlincote (4 Miles)*
Swadlincote is the southern most town in Derbyshire, the main street is a busy traffic free shopping precinct, furnished with ample seating, shaded under trees. The focal point of the town is the market square.
Alrewas (4 Miles)*
The village of Alrewas is a charming backwater in Staffordshire, five miles north of Lichfield.
Tatenhill (4 Miles)*
Tatenhill and surrounding countryside includes Rangemore and Callingwood in the National Forest. Tatenhill church of St Michaels and All Angels contains a fine alabaster monument to Sir Hugh Griffiths with his wife.
Burton upon Trent (5 Miles)*
Burton upon Trent, the largest town in the National Forest, is internationally known as the capital of British brewing. The River Trent and the Trent and Mersey canal wind their way majestically through the town.
Horninglow (6 Miles)*
Once a farming village, urban expansion means Horninglow is now a suburb of Burton.
Anslow (6 Miles)*
The ancestors of Anslow were forest dwellers, a hamlet in part of the once great Needwood Forest, land owned by the Mosely family.
Austrey (6 Miles)*
Situated at the northernmost tip of Warwickshire, surrounded by rural Leicestershire, Staffordshire and South Derbyshire, Austrey is only two miles from the National Forest.
Egginton (7 Miles)*
Eggington like many villages, developed round an estate and hall owned by the Every family. In 1902 the hall was visited by royalty, King George V11 and Queen Alexanda, over the next 50 years the hall slowly fell into decay.
Ashby de la Zouch (7 Miles)*
The unusual name of Ashby de la Zouch is derived from the Breton nobleman, who inherited the estate through marriage in the 12th century. Ashby developed into a Spa town in the 19th century.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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