Mini Monsters holds a three story soft-play structure that includes slides, tunnels, playing blocks, punch bags.
It is the perfect size to entertain the older children but not too big that it overwhelms the babies. Good food for the children and great coffee for parents.
Open all year round, the Ride gives grown-ups the opportunity to enjoy a refreshment or two while the children enjoy indoor adventure play.
Adventure play - not soft play
Built with solid timber, as it would be outdoors, the Ride has recreated some of Belton’s best-loved features all under one roof.
The Yard is an indoor soft play centre & cafe.
Children have the freedom to explore the large play structure safely in their own environment, under 2’s have a designated space to explore and you grown ups can enjoy fresh coffee, grilled cheese sandwiches & sweet treats sourced from local suppliers, we’d love to see you. Come and have a look around here
Learning through play is at the heart of The PlayTown. With 12 areas specifically designed for young children; with a variety of play equipment, toys and costumes to support every child’s role play adventure. Let your child's imagination fly, and bring 'make believe' to life!
Great Cafe. Cashless business, so cards only.
The Playbarn is amongst the best places to run around in a safe indoor environment for children up to the age of 12. Children must wear socks and be accompanied by an adult at all times.The Playbarn is open whatever the weather, but if the sun’s shining you might prefer our outdoor play park, with its swings, slides and climbing equipment, or the evergreen maze.
Built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587, the main part of the House has 35 major rooms on the ground and first floors.
There are more than 80 lesser rooms and numerous halls, corridors, bathrooms and service areas.
Built for Sir John Brownlow in the 1680s, the mansion has all the design features of a classic country house. Inside, the wealth of the Belton estate is immediately apparent, with grand display rooms and impressive collections of porcelain, silver, paintings and books.
This remarkable castle, built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, has been my family’s home for 450 years. Prior to the Watson’s ownership the Castle was held by the crown. There are very few other homes that have been continuously occupied for nearly 1000 years and within that time been owned by just one family since being relinquished as a royal Castle.
Set beside the church of the picturesque ironstone village of Lyddington, Lyddington Bede House originated as the medieval wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln. By 1600 it had passed to Sir Thomas Cecil, son of Queen Elizabeth’s chief minister, who converted it into an almshouse for 12 poor ‘bedesmen’ over 30 years old and two women (over 45), all free of lunacy, leprosy or the French pox.
Kirby Hall is one of England’s greatest Elizabethan and 17th-century houses, once owned by Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth I.
Although this vast mansion is partly roofless, the walls show the exceptionally rich decoration that proclaims that its successive owners were always at the forefront of new ideas about architecture and design
Without Isaac Newton this small manor would be just another Lincolnshire farmhouse - but in 1665 the plague sent him back from university to this place where he was born. For 18 months Newton worked in solitude, experimenting obsessively, laying foundations for the science of today.
Woolsthorpe Manor tells the story of Newton's time at Woolsthorpe, from his birth and childhood to the discoveries of his Year of Wonders.
Set within an ancient wilderness, Lincolnshire's largest outdoor adventure playground promises hours of fun and discovery for children of all ages, all year round.
With over 30 pieces of play equipment in this award winning outdoor play area, there really is something for every family.
Just outside Little Bytham village, Bythams Spinney is a fun-packed small woodland area with play equipment including a zip-wire, wobbly bridge, slides, swings, seasaw and playhouse, plus room to run around.
Finshade Wood in the heart of Rockingham Forest, near Duddington, features a network of trails to explore by foot or on two wheels - there's even a treehouse to discover. Or take part in the free Zog Activity Trail, looking out for characters from the story, uncovering hidden signs on reveal panels and learning as Zog did at dragon school.
FARMS & ZOOS
Bugtopia is a family owned small zoo with an emphasis on interactivity and affordable fun for the entire family.
Bugtopia was formed in 2012 as a way to get kids interested in the super heroes of our world - Bugs!
Rutland Farm Park is a small 18-acre working farm in the market town of Oakham, the county town of Rutland, England’s smallest county. We are open all year round for you and your family to explore our tracks and fields in the fresh air with plenty to do for all the family.
Explore food, farming and the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside on a visit to Sacrewell Heritage Farm and Country Centre. We’ve got plenty to keep your family entertained, with animals to meet, outdoor spaces to discover, a recently restored eighteenth century watermill and a large indoor soft play centre.
West Lodge Rural Centre is a small, family owned farm in Desborough, where children can get hands-on with a variety of animals. The cuddle corner is home to the farm's cute and fluffies, while larger animals like cattle, goats, and ponies roam and graze in the paddocks. There's also an outdoor play area, extensive nature trails to wander and a fun indoor play barn.
Situated on Leicester Road in the picturesque market town of Uppingham, this state-of-the-art facility is open to all members of the local community. It contains a 25m swimming pool, a 62 station fitness studio, 3 squash courts, a gymnasium, 2 dance studios, hospitaility studio and a 6 court sports hall as well as 12 outdoor tennis courts.
Catmose Sports Centre offers a wide range of activities for all ages and abilities. Facilities include a Technogym fitness suite, 25 metre swimming pool, eight court indoor sports hall, a multi use games area, floodlit all weather pitch and and a variety of workout classes across 2 studios. The dual-use centre is located at Catmose College and aims to deliver sports and leisure activities, easily available to all ages and abilities.
The gleaming new Sports Centre and Swimming Pool provides first-class sporting facilities for pupils at the Stamford Endowed Schools as well as the wider Stamford community.
There is also a limited public membership scheme available for the swimming pool.