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Outdoor Attractions in Peterborough

Explore Peterborough...by bus


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Nene Park

2 ducks in grass 

The park stretches over 10km alongside the tranquil River Nene.  It's of the biggest country parks in the region and is the ideal day out to get some fresh air and spend quality time together. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE2 5UU

Ferry Meadows Water Sports

2 kayaks

 

One of the major selling points of Ferry Meadows is the water sports available at the edge of Gunwade Lake. Take part in one of the activities or join a course and learn how to become a pro windsurfer, ready to sign up for the Olympics!

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE2 5UU

Lido

a child swimming

 

Set in the heart of the city, Peterborough's Lido is a hot-spot over the summer months. They offer selected swimming classes for those not as excited to get swimming and has spaces all around the pool for sunbathing. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE1 1YY

Mystery Treasure Trail

a child on her dads shoulders

 

This intense, action filled adventure will keep the entire family entertained. Discover the best of what Peterborough has to offer while investigating a top-secret mission on this trail of the city, filled with twists and turns at every corner.

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE1 5AS

 

Railway Wildlife Haven

a garden

 

The Railway Wildlife Haven is a great example of what can be achieved if a community joins together to help the environment. The space has been growing for 30 years and now is home to countless wildlife species which you can come and observe. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE2 9NR

Castor Gardens

a path in a forest

 

This unique home was built for the Bishop of Peterborough in the 1800’s. The home has been well preserved since then and gardens are regularly groomed to maintain their beauty. The grounds are now filled with an assortment of flowers and showcases a cafe and local pottery stall. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE5 7AX

Peterborough Sculpture Park

 

a family walking through a field

 

Peterborough Sculpture Park is filled with unique displays and sculptures by local artists. For a unique day exploring for art lovers, this is a must. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE3 6LN

The Green Backyard

a hand holding beetroot

 

The Green Backyard is a project ran by local volunteers who dedicate their time to transforming what once was an abandoned allotment into a community garden that anyone can come and check out. They run workshops and events for you to get involved in or just head over to have a nosy at what they're up to. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE2 8AT

The Embankment 

 

a woods

 

Just 5 minutes away from the city center lies the Embankment, a peaceful and relaxing riverbank, home to many canal boats. Events such as the Peterborough Festival, the River Festival and open-air concerts are held here over the summer months which are loved by the local communities.

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode PE1 1EF