Days Out in Northamptonshire

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Map of Northamptonshire

Brampton Valley Way

Brampton Way, Brixworth, Northampton, UK

Rookery Open Farm

Rookery Open Farm, Rookery Lane, Stoke Bruerne, Towcester, UK

Catanger Llamas

Catanger Llama Trekking, Wappenham Rd, Weedon Lois, Towcester, UK

Coton Manor

Coton Manor, Coton, Northampton, UK

Riverside Hub

Riverside Hub, Carousel Way, Riverside Park, Northampton, UK

Delapré Abbey

Delapre Abbey, London Road, Northampton, UK

Kirby Hall

Kirby Hall, Kirby Lane, Deene, Corby, UK

The Canal Museum

The Canal Museum, Stoke Bruerne, Bridge Road, Stoke Bruerne, Towcester, UK

Stanwick Lakes Arts

Stanwick Lakes, Stanwick, Wellingborough, UK

Pinnacle Climbing Centre

The Pinnacle Climbing Centre, Main Road, Far Cotton, Northampton, UK

Stanwick Lakes

Stanwick Lakes, Wellingborough, UK

Icarus Falconry

Icarus Falconry, Holdenby, Northampton, UK

West Lodge Rural Centre

West Lodge Rural Centre, Back Lane, Desborough, Kettering, UK

Towcester Museum

Towcester Museum & Visitor Centre, Watling Street, Towcester, UK

Tigers Indoor Play Centre

Tigers Indoor Play Ltd, Riley Close, Daventry, UK

Lamport Hall

Lamport Hall, Lamport, Northampton, UK

Santa Pod Raceway

Santa Pod Raceway, Airfield Road, Wellingborough, UK

County Information

Northamptonshire, situated in the East Midlands, is a landlocked county. Its county town is Northampton, and other towns include Kettering, Wellingborough and Corby. A ridge of low hills runs southwest-northeast, and separates the basin of the River Nene from that of the River Welland.

The main architectural feature of the county is the large number of historic mansions and country houses. Barnwell Castle dates from the 13th century, whilst Rockingham Castle, Castle Ashby and Sulgrave Manor, ancestral home of the family of 1st US president, George Washington, date from Tudor times. To the north lies the site of the Battle of Naseby in which Charles 1 was defeated.

The scenery of Northamptonshire is characterised by its great estates and rolling pastoral lands, but is also known for the many reservoirs created on the River Nene and its tributaries. Following the Industrial Revolution, Northamptonshire was well known for its footwear industry, although this has been less the case in recent years. However, its rail and motorway links and location make it ideal for manufacturing and marketing.

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