The following attractions are located within 15 miles of NG317JU:
Restoration country house with magnificent interiors, gardens and parkBuilt in 1685-88 for 'Young' Sir John Brownlow, Belton is undoubtedly one of the finest examples of Restoration country house architecture. The stunning interiors contain exceptionally fine plasterwork and wood-carving, as well as important collections of paintings, furniture, tapestries and silver.
Entrance fee: £5.80
Belvoir Castle is the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland for one thousand years. Currently the family home of the 11th Duke, Duchess and their young family.
Entrance fee: £8 / £5
Small 17th-century manor house, birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac NewtonNewton formulated some of his major works here during the Plague years (166567). An early edition of his Principia is on display and the orchard includes a descendant of the famous apple tree.
Entrance fee: £3.60 / £1.80
Millgate Museum is closed to visitors now as we are in the process of developing a new museum with a National Civil War Centre on the Old Magnus Buildings site Appletongate. This new museum will replace the exhibitions at Millgate and the Gilstrap Centre.
Entrance fee: Free entry
The museum is open to the public every day except December 24th, 25th, 26th and January 1st. Half the aircraft and cockpit sections are displayed under cover, along with the artefact and engine displays, so indifferent weather need not spoil your visit.
Entrance fee: £4.25 / £2.50
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