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The Heritage Centre is a modern building constructed, in part, from three historic buildings. Within the building we have two Heritage Rooms with displays providing an insight into the history of the villages of Mountsorrel and Rothley. Granite's...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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240 Swithland Lane | North of the junction with Halstead Road, Mountsorrel LE7 7UE, England
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A friend recently told me about this place and so I thought I’d go and visit. What a find! Can’t believe I’ve never heard of it. Two lovely walks... lots of mini beasts etc to find. Den building area for children and fantastic views. Lots...More
Visited for the first time today as my son is doing voluntary work here and what can I say except WOW, why have I not visited before. Beautiful place, extremely well managed and organised. Had a bite to eat in the cafe,the food was delicious...More
From babies to older people this place is for all ages although there are some steep slopes that aren't accessible for all there is still plenty to take in.
There are 2 woodland walks to go on one has quite a steep incline and a...More
What a lovely place we had a walk with the family. They is a nature trail all the way around in which you can around. From the stunning views of the coyntyside to the views of of the quarry. They is a train line in...More
Went as a party of four to have lunch which was good value, and nicely presented. Not huge portions, but certainly sufficient for older patrons who maybe eat a bit less. very good museum attached to the centre about the pre history and history of...More
The centre is still developing, but there's lots to do and see - the woodland walk is fun and just right for little ones, the den-making area is brilliant, and the play area is always popular.
The cafe is great - there are always gluten...More
This is a really lovely place to walk through woodland with a little surprise around every corner. Clearly a lot of work has gone into creating this site for our enjoyment. The positioning of seating and picnic areas allow for great views of the beautiful...More