Bradgate Park, Newtown Linford, Leicester
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A fantastic park, exceeded our expectations with the deer and even peacocks. Lots more exploring to do and we will return
Excellent park and well maintained.Various walking/hiking options for all.
Beautiful place bradgate Park is, lovely setting, the cafes on site and just outside provid plenty of choice for lunches or just a hot drink and snack...who doesn't like a bit of cake or an ice cream. Plenty of deer about and the ruins are open on certain days to look round.Restrooms: Toilets available at Newtown linford... read full comment
From Bradgate Park
Steeped in history, teeming with locally scarce wildlife, 600 deer, and some of the oldest in situ fossils in the UK, Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood comprises 1,200 acres of heritage rich landscape for appreciation and enjoyment across generations.
Commonly known as the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey the park is home to the ruins of one of the most important country houses in Tudor England and the famous Old John Tower landmark.
The lower park is easily accessible via a tarmac carriage-way, suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Our visitor centre is at the centre of the park, where you will also find a café for refreshments.
One of Leicestershire's favourite family days out cared for by Bradgate Park Trust.