Stamford, Peterborough PE9 3JY Directions
Corporate Events, School, Weddings, Landmark, Garden Tours and Talks, Garden, Historical Place, Self Guided Tour, House, Catering, Photography, Architectural Building, Group Visits, Adult Courses, the Venue, Art, Science, Exhibitions, Christmas Parties & Education Programs
Burghley House is England's greatest Elizabethan house constructed and mostly planned between 1555 and 1587 by William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth Lord High Treasurer. There are 35 large rooms on the ground and first floors in the central part of the House. The historic parkland was laid out by Capability Brown. It includes the orangery cafe, gift shop, gardens and spectacular walks around Capability Brown's historic parkland. You can enjoy a guided tour, take a dog for a walk in the park, swim with the children, watch the teddy bear's picnic in the surprise gardens, or enjoy lunch at the Orangery. Reduced prices for advance tickets available online.
Price: Adults 19.50
Children (3-15 years) 10.50
Family (2 adults & 3 children) £56
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Thorpe Road, Peterborough PE3 6LU Directions
Paintings, Food and Drink, Exhibition, Wall, Tourist Attraction, Historical Place, Tower, Displays, Guided Tours, Audio Tour, Architecture Structure, Collections, Shop, Educational Programs, Commercial Photography & Filming
Longthorpe Tower has one of Northern Europe's most extensive and significant collections of domestic wall paintings from the 14th century. The great reputation comes from the stunning first-floor wall paintings. It affords wheelchair access and friendly disabled parking.
Price: Adult £3 Child (5-15 Years) £2, Concession £2 & Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) £8
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Town Hall, Market Street, Whittlesey, Peterborough PE7 1BD Directions
Walks, Education, Photographs and Museum Objects, Displays, World War, Group and Schools Visits, Exhibition, Events & Thorney Heritage
Whittlesey Museum contains Whittlesey, Coates and Eastrea's story from prehistoric times to the present day. The collections cover a large part of the social history and local area growth. A forge, wheelwright's bench and agricultural equipment remember occupations outside in the museum's courtyard that helped the local economy. Their mission is to collect and care Whittlesey's natural and cultural heritage and the surrounding Coates, Eastrea, Pondersbridge, and Turves to support and appreciate students, local people, and tourists.