Attractions in Market Harborough Reviews
Newest Review: ... town. If you are visiting with children, Welland Park is a must. It has a river running through it (with some tricky stepping stones), tennis courts, crazy golf (though not very crazy addmitedly), A cafe, A duckpond and lots of play equipment. Another great place to go with kids is The Playbarn, which is just on the outskirts of town, this is a 3 storey indoor soft play centre which is kept very clean, serves hot and cold drinks, has very friendly staff and even has an outdoor area to sit when it's sunny witha bouncy castle. Oh and it's attached to a pub/restaurant so you can enjoy yourselves as well as the children! Just outsi... more
Customer Attractions in Market Harborough Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/08/03, updated on 23/08/03 (Useful, 492 readings)
Market Harborough, a town with history. There are loads of things to see and do in Market Harborough even though it is still an old fashioned market town. The most impressive is the Old Grammar School which stands proudly in the centre of the town on wooden stilts. There is a free to visit museum which has displays pertaining to Harboroughs history and pays much attention to the shoemaking/corsetry businness which use to thrive in the town. If you are visiting with children, Welland Park is a must. It has a river running through it (with some tricky stepping stones), tennis courts, crazy golf (though not very crazy addmitedly), A cafe, A duckpond and lots of ... Read the complete review
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