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Top 5 Voiages in Wellingborough

1. Nene Court

Ready for a unique shopping experience? Lovingly renovated and restored, Nene Court’s got something for every shopper.

Step up your style at the exclusive selection of bespoke boutiques. Or unleash your flair for interior design in the inspired homeware stores.

Catch up with friends over coffee, or devour delicious dishes in excellent eateries. Then work it all off in a gym or yoga session!

Open seven days a week. Scoot on over now!

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2. Swanspool Gardens

Ready for a charming escape from it all? Then take a romantic Voiage to Swanspool Gardens!

The formal Edwardian garden reveals its magic with every new step. Stroll through a wide range of ornamental trees, and a colourful, aromatic rose garden, bursting with over 200 varieties.

Or make your mazey way through the “Footsteps Labyrinth” which leads to a loveseat made of stone. And, while you’re on your walks, see how many beautifully carved woodland animal sculptures you can spot.

With two all-weather tennis courts, and Pitch and Putt golf in the summer, it’s game, set and match Swanspool Gardens!

Open every day from 8am to dusk.

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3. The Castle Theatre

What could be more entertaining than a Voiage to The Castle Theatre?

Offering a rich range of productions, there’s something for every passion. From inspired theatrical shows and ballet, to pulsating music and extraordinary magic, it’s the perfect place to set your imagination free.

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4. Wellingborough Museum

Ready for a fascinating Voiage into the local past?

Scoot over to the Wellingborough Museum in Dulley's Baths, an indoor swimming pool built in 1892.

Journey through the Iron Age, Roman Britain, Middle Ages, and Victorian times in the downstairs gallery.

Then step into the 20th century in the upstairs gallery, which includes evocative recreations of a 1940s living room, kitchen, and haberdashery shop.

An interactive museum, you can play the 1920s pianola, or hit the slots of the 1950s seaside arcade machines!

Who says history can’t be fun?

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5. Finedon Pocket Park

It may be small, but Finedon is a pocket rocket of the natural world.

Stroll a wide variety of scenic walks, showcasing lush grasslands, ground flora, and ponds, with Yew and Lime trees over 300 years old!

Or see what you can catch in a relaxing afternoon fishing the river.

From woodland creatures to a diverse range of birds nesting and feeding, see what you can spot! It’s never the same trip twice.

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