Top 10 Things to do in Kettering
Lord’s Tour and MCC Museum
Lord´s Tour & MCC Museum is widely known as the home of the sport of cricket, as well as the premier ground in England for various international matches. The fully guided tour will take you to places such as the Pavilion and the MCC Museum, and many other places of interest.
There is a probability that you would have heard of Ascot at some point. Royal Ascot, which is held every June, is definitely the highlight of the year and it is a great activity to indulge in.
Paradise Wildlife Park
At the Paradise Wildlife Park, you will get the opportunity to view a wide array of animals, including but not limited to lions, zebras and tigers. There is also a wide array of activities such as the On Safari Adventure Golf, the Angkor Reptile Temple and much more.
Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm
Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is quite a lovely place to be and a nice idea for you if you’re looking to just while away the time. Take time out to watch a wide array of colourful butterflies as they dance and swirl around you.
Lee Valley Regional Park
Dive into the Lee Valley Regional Park. The park stretches across London, Essex and Hertfordshire and covers about 10,000 acres of land. It is a paradise for outdoor lovers and it comes with awesome waking routes, white water rafting, fishing, horse riding and many more activities.
Cotswold Farm Park
Discover the pinnacle of British agriculture at the Cotswold Farm Park. This park provides an immersive countryside experience for all. Founded as a means to protect some of the rarest and most valuable wildlife, it offers an exciting agricultural experience that you won’t soon forget.
All Things Wild Nature Center
All Things Wild is an awesome location for a nice family day out. It provides an opportunity for people to enjoy the best of nature, regardless of their age. From bug-hunting sessions to animal walkthroughs, this is one place you finitely should be.
Explore the Royal wonders of Kensington Palace. A tour of this palace will be educative and highly enlightening for sure. Explore the ground, the palace itself, and view spectacles such as the king’s staircase.
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Since it was opened 12 years ago, well over 2 million people have come to pay a visit to the Sherlock Holmes Museum. It is a unique and highly distinct spectacle. It is a building of the Gregorian era that dates back to 1815. The original building has remained unspoiled, and you can have the opportunity to view it in all its glory.
Battersea Park Children’s Zoo
There is definitely no way for you to beat a good zoo. Battersea Park Children's Zoo brings you in close contact with wildlife. There is a wide array of creatures available, all of which will definitely wow your kids and give them a better appreciation of wildlife.
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
For those who are in love with nostalgia, as well as railway buffs, a trip on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is something that is just a must. Take a 24-mile round trip starting from Cheltenham Racecourse and have your mind blown.