Top 5 Voiages in Rushden
1. Rushden Lakes Shopping Centre
What if your next Voiage combined a little retail therapy, with a beautiful setting, and thrilling outdoor action? Head for Rushden Lakes Shopping Centre and it will!
With over 50 shops to check out, from major fashion labels to unique boutiques, there’s something for every style.
Soak up the beautiful lakeside setting, or dive into exciting water sports action. Then finish up with delicious dining and drinks at one of the many excellent restaurants and cafes. What more could you ask for?
2. Ditchford Lakes and Meadows Nature Reserve
Scoot away from it all with a visit to Ditchford Lakes and Meadows Nature Reserve!
Wander its relaxing open spaces, and see if you can spot the wide variety of waterbirds, including geese, ducks, and moorhen.
Delightful carved wooden sculptures are dotted around the landscape for you to discover.
And, if you’re craving something a little more action-packed, hire a canoe or pedalo and hit the waters!
3. Splash Leisure Pool
Whatever your level of fitness, your Voiage to a healthier lifestyle starts at Splash Leisure Pool.
Friendly, trained instructors are ready and waiting to build gym and swimming programmes tailored to your needs.
The gym’s packed with the very latest equipment, and there are two top class pools for you to swim in – shallow for beginners, and a 25m pool for the others. It’s the perfect place to exercise body and mind, whatever the weather.
So, for a fun, healthy day out, gym and swim!
4. Pizzeria Venezia
At the heart of Rushden, just a short scoot from the High Street, lies an authentic slice of Italy. Pizzeria Venezia.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate dinner for two, or a venue for a special occasion, you’ll be well taken care of in this welcoming, family-run restaurant.
Savour traditional Italian cuisine, made with only the finest, freshest ingredients, by award-winning onsite chefs.
It’s a ride your tastebuds will thank you for!
5. Rushden Transport Museum
Voiage back in time to the Rushden Transport Museum, at the Old Midland Railway Station of 1894.
Showcasing the cultural and social impact of rail transport on local people, it’s a priceless experience. …Literally. It’s FREE!
Imagine doing a shift in the Parcels Office, and Ticketing Office. Or get comfy in the Station Master’s chair. (As long as he’s not around!)
Immerse yourself in fascinating collections of photographs, paraphernalia, newspaper reports, advertising, fashions, and styles of the times.
And finish your trip with a unique dining experience in the vintage Buffet Coach, where you can enjoy delicious hot and cold foods, or a spot of Afternoon Tea.