Loughborough is well known as a University town, but it is also a town of great historical significance. It was mentioned as early as 1086 in the Domesday Book and was also the first ‘package destination’ tour for Thomas Cook in 1841. Clearly this is a town worth visiting! With fast links into places such as London St. Pancras, Luton Airport and Nottingham it couldn’t be easier to book a trip to visit this fascinating town. There is a huge range of restaurants near Loughborough Station offering a mix of Indian, British, European, Middle Eastern, French and Italian cuisine.
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The John Taylor Bellfoundry Museum is an absolute must see. It is here, the largest bell foundry in the world, where bells were made for St. Paul’s Cathedral and York Minster. If you take a stroll through Queen’s Park have a look at the Loughborough Carillon, which houses more bells made at the foundry, and offers spectacular views across the town. Charnwood Museum, located on the outskirts of the park is also worth a visit. Interactive displays, local history and artwork it even has dinosaur remains! A perfect blend that is sure to keep children and adults entertained for hours. There are a wide variety of attractions and activities to suit all ages plus many places to eat near Loughborough Station. Whether you’re enjoying a day trip or staying for longer there is no question you will fall in love with this lively, historic town.