Things to do in Lutterworth, Leicestershire
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.
Lutterworth was home to Canon John Wycliffe, the 14th century religious reformer. John Wycliffe was Rector in the Parish Church of St. Mary, and it was here that he translated the Bible from Latin to English.
The Parish Church Of St Mary - Parts of the church date from the 13th century and is worth visiting to see the early wall paintings.
Lutterworth Museum and Historical Society - A small friendly museum with a wealth of history, from Roman times to World War II.
Stanford Hall - Situated near Lutterworth, the present hall was built by Smiths of Warwick in the 1690's, and still occupied by the Cave family. The house contains a fine collection of antique furniture fine pictures (including the Stuart collection) and family costumes. The grounds include a walled Rose garden, a nature trail and a motorcycle museum.