Peterborough, the cathedral city of England stands on the Nene River. The city is an abode of migrants from Italy which was as a result of labour recruitment by the brick company in London. Peterborough has the right mix of heritage attractions, natural villages, countryside walks and fabulous events throughout the year. The Norman Cathedral is famous for its majestic architecture and beautiful grounds.
The Peterborough Museum is one of the oldest historic buildings of England. It has amazing arts and artefacts to enthrall the hearts of every visitor. The museum houses a Victorian Operating Theatre that tells about the history of surgery. Ferry meadows Country Park and Nene Park have beautiful scenery worth relishing. The Nene Valley railway is an important railway line in Cambridgeshire which is seven and a half miles in length. Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre houses a watermill and an indoor activity farm. Hampton Natural reserve, situated in Southern Peterborough is the abode of greatest population of crested newts.
Elton Hall is a romantic Gothic house that also houses a gift shop and café. The Wansford Pasture is a verdant place that gives epic view of the borough. Longthorpe Tower is a fortified tower with beautiful secular paintings. Lattersey Pitts is a beautiful wetland which has a variety of wildlife like water shrews and insects. The Cuckoo’s Hollow which is surrounded by dykes on all sides is a serene pastureland that is worth visiting at the time of summer.