Great Days Out in Harborough
Take time to breathe and enjoy our beautiful canals and waterways or get active with our extensive walks and cycle routes. Adrenalin fuelled or slow paced boating, it’s all here.
Visit Rockingham Castle, home to the Saunders-Watson family, which is set in a panoramic location and is surrounded by 18 acres of contrasting gardens. A number of great events take place in the grounds throughout the year so see our events guide for a full list.
Nevill Holt Opera celebrates the best of young British talent, with a history of high quality, touring productions and sell out audiences building a community of opera lovers. For the latest West End shows and comedy evenings see the list of performances taking place at Kilworth Theatre which is set in a magical woodland glade.
The Cotesbach Educational Trust is a heritage education charity, hosting a full yearly programme of events and activities for all the family to enjoy.
Looking for fun, smiles, tanks, guns, archery or paintball we have it all here at Armourgeddon. Add in hovercrafts, quads, airsoft, clay shooting, air rifles, and splatter or two of mud we're the perfect experience for you and your group.
Cotesbach Educational Trust is a registered charity centred around a unique Marriott family Archive, full to bursting with 400 years of maps, deeds, receipts, letters and diaries.
Foxton Locks is a series of 10 locks on the Grand Union Canal. There is lots to explore including watching the boats, visiting the museum and eating in one of the pubs on site.
The museum celebrates Market Harborough’s long history as a centre of trade and industry in the heart of the Welland Valley at the crossroads between Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.
Visit Lutterworth Museum and discover interesting facts about local history with constantly changing displays.
- Market Harborough Museum
- Lutterworth Museum
- St Dionysus Church
- Katherine Fortnum Ceramics
- Harborough Leisure Centre
Last updated October 2016