Longthorpe Tower

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Longthorpe Tower


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Longthorpe Tower

Longthorpe Tower

About Longthorpe Tower

Longthorpe Tower is a medieval tower located in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. The tower was built in the 14th Century and is known for its well-preserved medieval wall paintings which feature religious and secular scenes. The tower was originally part of a larger complex that included a manor house and moat. Today, only the tower remains, and it is owned and managed by English Heritage. Visitors can explore the three floors of the tower, which include the Great Chamber, the Solar, and the Crypt. In addition to the tower, visitors can also explore the surrounding countryside, which includes several walking trails and cycle routes.

Longthorpe Tower is a must-visit for anyone interested in medieval history and architecture, and it provides a fascinating glimpse into life in Middle Age England.

Visit the website by scanning the QR code below:

01733 234193

How to get here

Thorpe Road, Peterborough, PE3 6LU

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