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Things to Do in the Area

Motor Museum

Heritage Motor Collection Gaydon. 6 Miles North on B4100.

The Heritage Centre has now reopened following a major refurbishment. Use the link below to get more details.

A great day out for motoring fans with huge indoor exhibition plus lots of outdoor space and activities. Includes Landrover off road course for the brave.

  • National Herb Centre

    Warmington. 1/2 Mile South on B4100.

    A fabulous centre with the national collection, a garden centre and a great bistro cafe.

  • Falconry Centre

    Warmington. 1/2 Mile South on B4100.

    Hawks Owls and Falcons. With displays and special events.

  • Footpaths and Access to the Countryside

    For information on over 1700 miles of public paths and open countryside use the link below

  • National Trust Properties

    There a number of really outstanding National trust properties within fifteen miles. Details on this link.

  • Close by take a look at these

    Upton House

    An outstanding art collection in a 17th Century mansion with superb terraced gardens and lake.

    Former home of the Chairman of Shell Oil in early 20th Century.

  • Farnborough Hall

    Stone House and superb landscaped grounds. Visible on the skyline to the North East of the village on the other side of the valley.

  • These links will provide further details of Properties in easy reach.

  • Warwick Castle

    Warwick. 14 Miles North on B4100.

    A great day out with re-inactments and waxwork figures in period settings.

    Lots to see and do

  • Silverstone Race Track

    Silverstone 21 Miles

    Spectating or taking part in a track day or race and rally tuition.

    Britains Premier race circuit has lots to offer.

  • Tourism Information

    There is a huge amount of information available on some local tourism Websites.

  • Local Walks

    There is a Saturday walking group, informal and weather dependent. meet on the green.

    Short(ish) local walk walk across the top of the Village Green and in between the three cottages and the Manor House is a public footpath. Go up there, bear round to the right along Soot Lane and then turn left up the hill walking up the (steep) footpath and steps with the Churchyard wall on your right. Bear left at the top of the hill under the large oak tree and you can then walk along the top of the hill for a mile or more, taking in the views of the valleys. Disadvantage - you have to come back the same way If you want to cheat, you can miss out the walk up the hill by driving up past the pub and the Church and parking in the lay-by which is about a hundred yards along the B4100 in the Banbury direction For a flatter walk go down the village Green, bearing right out of the bottom of the village. Turn left on the road towards Farnborough, and you can walk on the road, which is quiet and level, for a couple of miles. Rewards at the end of the walk are views of Farnborough Hall and Lake, and of course the Inn at Farnborough. You can extend the walk by turning left to Avon Dassett before getting to Farnborough, and coming back in a circuit. Or do it the other way around! Otherwise the Dassett Hills and Edge Hill both offer bracing air and spectacular views