Oakham is an amazing town and we have enough history to keep any enthusiast busy all day, with our friendly pubs, historic Oakham Castle, busy central market, and so much more.
Constructed between 1180 and 1190, Oakham Castle is world famous with its collection of enormous commemorative Horseshoes donated by Peers of the Realm throughout history.
To discover more check out the Rutland County Council website
Rutland County Museum
Rutland County Museum is the perfect way to start your journey around the UK’s smallest county. With it’s free admission, and excellent information, Rutland County Museum has some of the most amazing facts about Oakham you’ll find.
To discover more check out the Rutland County Museum website
Rutland Railway Museum
Rutland Railway Museum, also know as Rocks by Rail: The Living Ironstone, is a beautiful heritage museum on the former Midland Railway branch line. With it’s reclaimed tracks and nature trails, you’ll spend hours exploring this amazing location.
To discover more check out the Rutland Railway Museum website
With its numerous sites and attractions, Rutland Water is the perfect place to spend the entire day with your family and friends, exploring and taking in the beautiful scenery.
To discover more check out the Rutland Water website
Rutland Water Nature Reserve
The Rutland Water Nature Reserve is world-famous for it’s beautiful scenes and wildlife, covering an area of 1000 acres, the reserve is one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries in England.
To discover more check out the Rutland Water Nature Reserve website
The Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre
The Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre is one of Rutland’s hidden gems, with its hundreds of predatory birds, the centre is an amazing place to discover more about the amazing wildlife that lives in the United Kingdom.
To discover more check out The Rutland Falconry & Owl Centre website
With Britain’s largest collection of designed gardens, Barnsdale Gardens is the perfect way to spend time exploring some of the most beautiful sites in the Rutland area.
To discover more check out the Barnsdale Gardens website