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Lots to do around here and great views on nice day. The shopping experience is different which makes it good. Nice Bars and restaurants.
You can just see the castle on the horizon from Paddock View hut. Stunning local landmark and place to visit. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland.
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“Twinlakes is a theme park located 0.5 miles north-east of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England. The park was opened in September 2003, eleven months after the site was purchased. The 100-acre park is family friendly with a large percentage of its rides being for young children, in comparison with other theme parks such as Alton Towers and Drayton Manor. Furthermore, groups of visitors with no children are not allowed access to the park. Like many similar venues, Twinlakes is divided into geographic 'zones' to help visitors find their way around. However, unlike other places there seems to be little similarity between the individual attractions within each zone. Attractions at present include: small zoo, falconry centre, roller coaster, log flume, assault course, toboggan slide, go karts, "Excalibur" chair swing, "Icarus" sky flyer, Teacups, "Joust" horse ride, dragon themed toddler ride, "American Dream" model village, bumper boats, a boating lake and many more. A miniature railway with an oriental style transports visitors between various parts of the park. Twinlakes is open every day of the year except for 25 and 26 December and 1 January.”
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“Unique maze experience near to Wistow Rural Centre , which is also worth a visit after for tea and cakes!”
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“Village pubs don't come much better. Quintessentially English pub serving exceptional food. Great array of beers, lagers. Regularly Dining Pub of the Year. ”
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“Farmers Market - Tuesday & Fridays Melton’s Farmers market was the first of its kind in the region, focusing exclusively on the promotion of local businesses and providing a diverse range of specialist produce, including locally farmed Bison, Goat & Ostrich meat. Held at the Cattle Market every Tuesday and Friday morning. Melton Street Market Come and visit one of the Country’s oldest and finest markets. Every Tuesday and Saturday you can experience the hustle and bustle of the town’s busy street market. Based around the Market Place in the safe pedestrianised area of the town, the streets are filled with stalls selling everything from clothing to fresh produce.”
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“Leicester is privileged to have one of the best-preserved timber framed halls in the country dating back 600 years. The History of the Guildhall The Guildhall is a historic building and the oldest building still in use in the city. It was Leicester’s first police station and between 1876 and the 1900’s and saw many unsavoury characters pass through its doors. The Great Hall itself was built in about 1390 as a meeting place for the Guild of Corpus Christi (a small but powerful group of businessmen and gentry) and it’s also believed that Shakespeare performed here during Tudor times. Over the years it has had many uses, including housing one of the oldest public libraries and serving as the Town Hall. After restoration, the Guildhall was opened to the public as a museum in 1926. The Guildhall Ghosts”
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