Melton Mowbray is a town within the borough of Melton, Leicestershire County, England, United Kingdom. It lies northeast of Leicester and southeast of Nottingham in proximity with the rivers Eye and Wreake. Its earliest known human history dates back during the Bronze and Iron Age. The area is well known for its cultural heritage, gastronomy and economy. The Stilton cheese, pork pies and Melton clothe all originated in the town as well as Quorn!
Top Attractions within Melton MowbrayMelton Carnegie Museum
sits at Thorpe End, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom. It features large collection of artifacts, documents and other historical items related to the history and development of the area throughout time. Melton Country Park
is located at Visitors Centre, Wymondham Way, Melton Moybray, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom. The 53 hectares parkland is famous for its beautiful landscape, facilities and huge collection of birds. The venue is highly advised for those who wish to leisure walk, watch birds, picnic and play sports. Melton Library and Art Gallery
stands at the core of Melton along Wilton Road, Melton Mowbray, England, United Kingdom. It is the town's prime library and homes wide collection of audiovisual materials, books and artworks. It is a great place to visit for people who wish to learn more and appreciate arts. St. Michael and All Angels Church
can be found at Main Street, Edmondthorpe, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom. It is a 14th century church with a tower dating way back the 13th century. The site is famous for its architectural style, history and for featuring an effigy about the legend of Lady Ann Smith who was believed to be a witch. A visit to the destination offers peace and more knowledge about history. Twin Lakes Park
is located at Melton Spinney Road, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom. It is a farm and Theme Park where everyone can freely mingle with animals and have fun onboard its rides and other leisure facilities. Visit www.twinlakespark.co.uk
for more information.