Things to see and do - Peterborough
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Today, Peterborough is a high-tech city, focused on finance, engineering and brick manufacture, and most of its buildings are brick-built. Its population has doubled in 20 years. A pedestrian area has replaced the old city centre, but developers spared its Cathedral, fine 17C Guildhall, Perpendicular-style Church of St John the Baptist in Cowgate and some Georgian houses in Priestgate.
Tourist attractions Peterborough : Things to see and do
9 st. Bridge
Peterborough and Ely were the two great monasteries on the Fens. The Saxon monastery built before the Norman conquest in around 655 was destroyed by the Danes in 870. A second Saxon church, built in the 10C as a Benedictine abbey, was destroyed by fi..
Marshland surrounded by an industrial zone are the site for digs that have revealed remains more than 3,000 years old. The little museum in the visitor centre has a wonderful exhibition of bronze spears, harnesses, bracelets and pots.
Steam locomotives puff along the Nene Valley and through a long tunnel. The carriages are fitted out with wooden fascia and the smoke billows over the flat landscape as in times gone by. The museum at Wansford displays one carriage with railway memor..
Telephone House, Wentworth Street GB - Peterborough PE1 1BA
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Peterborough Rail Station, this stylish, modern hotel boasts spacious rooms with double walk-in showers and city views. Guests can also enjoy the grill restaurant and bar. All of the rooms at Park Inn by Radisson Peterborou..
5-7 Fletton Avenue GB - Peterborough PE2 8AX
Prix Prices from : 43 £
Centrally situated in Peterborough, The Queensgate Hotel offers its own Mediterranean restaurant and a wellness centre. With free Wi-Fi throughout and free private parking, it is next to Peterborough Football Club. The Queensgate offers room which i..
77 Lincoln Road GB - Peterborough PE1 2SH
Prix Prices from : 40 £
Situated in the heart of Peterborough, The Pearl Hotel offers luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi, 24-hours reception, free parking, and easy access to the city centre. A complimentary continental breakfast is also provided. Each air-conditioned room boast..
62 Albert Pl. GB - PE1 1DD Peterborough
Set just off the city centre ring road, with a smart modern interior, a zinc-topped bar and a mix of high stools, armchairs and banquettes. Dishes are well-presented, flavoursome and satisfying; the house pâté with chutney is a must-try.
10 High Street GB - PE6 7LS Glinton
Welcoming 18C pub in a pretty village. A colourful flower display greets you at the front and there's a pleasant terrace hidden at the back. Lunch offers pub favourites while dinner has a more ambitious edge; save room for dessert!
Great North Rd GB - PE7 3RA Peterborough
10 Queen St GB - PE1 1PA Peterborough
Contemporary restaurant on a paved square in the heart of the city. It's a spacious, formally run place; enjoy a drink in the smart bar or, in summer, make for the pleasant private courtyard. Cooking is complex, modern and seasonal.
GB - PE8 5HZ Fotheringhay
An attractive stone inn with a nice terrace and garden. Good ingredients feature in a wide range of flavoursome dishes and local game is a feature. You'll find the regulars playing darts in the tap bar and diners in the conservatory.
8 Duck St GB - PE8 6RQ Elton
17C honey-stone pub in a delightful country parish, with a thatched roof, a cosy inglenook fireplace in the bar and a laid-back feel. Extensive menus offer homely British dishes which arrive in generous portions. Bedrooms are smart and individually s..