Bletchley Park

Explore the iconic codebreaking huts and blocks within this tranquil and leafy Victorian estate. Incorporates the National Museum of Computing and the National Radio Centre. Visit website

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Towcester Museum

Tracing the origins of Towcester town from the Stone Age through the Roman Empire and finishing at the Twentieth Century. A fascinating journey through time including a Kid's Zone! Visit website

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A great place to go for shopping, eating and drinking! Northampton has two shopping centres, a large open air market, and hundreds of shops, bars and restaurants all within minutes walking distance of car parks. Head for Abington Street, The Grosvenor Centre and Peacock Place for the usual high street shops; or St. Giles


Milton Keynes Gallery

Milton Keynes An exciting new art space, just a stone’s throw from the shopping center, presenting 6-8 free exhibitions of contemporary art each year. Visit website

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78 Derngate

NorthamptonA stunning art deco home – the only house in England designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh – in the heart of Northampton. Lovingly restored and utterly enchanting. Visit website

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Abington Museum

Abington Park, Northampton Situated in the beautiful surroundings of Abington Park, and housed in a charming 15th century building once the home of Shakespeare’s granddaughter. An interesting and varied collection. Free Entry. Visit website

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Northampton Museum and Art Gallery

Northampton A locally focused museum, reflecting Northampton's proud standing as Britain’s boot and shoe capital. The collection includes shoe ephemera, social history, archaeology, costume and textiles, decorative, applied and fine arts. Free Entry. Visit website

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Stoke Bruerne

(nr Blisworth) Towcester. This charming example of a traditional canal village boasts the Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum, two enjoyable canal-side walks, two pubs and a restaurant. Visit website

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