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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Oakham

Oakham is a bustling market town in Rutland county. Full of character and a long, rich history, this town has a variety of shops, restaurants and eating places to suit all tastes. Visit the beautiful Great Hall of Oakham Castle a fine example of 12th century architecture. An ideal spot to visit for walking, cycling or just relaxing. Places to Visit in or near Oakham Twinlakes Park and Rockingham Castle are listed below.
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10.2 miles from the centre of Oakham
With Theme Park, Farm Park and Water Park (seasonal) Twinlakes Park offers the best variety of family rides and attraction, set in 100 acres of glorious countryside, where dozens of action packed play zones, 125,000sqft indoors helps you entertain the whole family. Whatever the weather expect a full day of play in massive indoor venture centres complete with mega rides.
11.0 miles from the centre of Oakham
Discover the fascinating Rockingham Castle Rockingham Castle was built by William the Conqueror and was regularly used by the early Kings of England until it was granted to Edward Watson in the 16th century, whose ancestors still live there today. It is a Tudor building within Norman walls, but each century has left its mark by either its architecture, furniture or works of art. A fine collection of family portraits by Reynolds and Van Dyck is on display. In Victorian times Charles Di...
2.7 miles from the centre of Oakham
Overlooking Rutland Water, Hambleton Hall is a haven of gastronomy. Beautifully landscaped gardens and opulent furnishings produce a comfortable bolthole.
11.0 miles from the centre of Oakham
Explore the beautiful grounds of Rockingham Castle Rockingham Castle and gardens stand on the edge of an escarpment giving dramatic views over five counties and the Welland Valley below. Surrounding the castle are some 12 acres of gardens largely following the footprint of the medieval castle. The vast 400-year-old `Elephant Hedge´ dissects the formal 17th-century terraced gardens. The circular yew hedge stands on the site of the mot and bailey and provides shelter for the rose garden....
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