A selection of rally sites that we have stayed at and visited before
The village's main claim to fame is its situation on the Grand Union Canal making it a favourite destination for tourists.
Things to do and see at Stoke Bruerne
- Canal Museum - Come and discover the story of Britain's canals and the people who lived and worked on them. Find out about the engineering feats, the challenges and how canals fuelled the industrial revolution.
- Sculptor - spot our historic boat moored up outside the museum.
- Blisworth Tunnel - stroll up the towpath to see the resident blacksmith.
- Woodland walk - you'll find the entrance along the towpath, towards the Blisworth Tunnel.
- Stoke Bruerne Brick Pits Nature Reserve - walk south along the towpath and you'll find a grassland reserve.
- Boat trips - run by the Stoke Bruerne Boat Co. and The Boat Inn.
Linconlshire Aviation Heritage Museum
Get ready for a great day out!
Step back in time to a WW2 Bomber Command airfield and experience some of the greatest planes in history. The Centre is a living and breathing history experience with the sights and sounds of a wartime airfield and a running Lancaster and Mosquito.
The Centre offers the opportunity for an immersive experience as well as a time for quiet contemplation.
Bubble Car Museum
The iconic bubble cars we recognize today were born in the early 1950s, a time of austerity following the second world war. Though smaller, cheaper vehicles had always been in demand, these cars were a radical departure in their use of new technologies and futuristic design.
The museum will have over 50 microcars on display from these evocative times, many presented in thought provoking and entertaining period displays. We will have scooters too, and some later cars, including the single seater Bamby, made in Hull by Yorkshire entrepreneur Alan Evans in the early 1980s.