Normanton Church Museum

Rutland Water
Oakham LE15 8PX

This iconic church is Rutland's most famous landmark. It was saved from the water and is now open for guided tours that recount the history of this beautiful building and its surroundings and also provides a stunning location for civil weddings and classical concerts.

Rutland County Museum

Catmos Street
Oakham LE15 6HW

Rutland County Museum is the perfect introduction to England's smallest county. The museum is a guide to the history of Rutland and includes displays of local archaeology, history and an extensive rural life collection. Collections: The museum has an extensive rural life collection, including tractors, farm equipment and waggons on display in the Riding School and in the adjoining Courtyard, where can be found the game larder of Lord Lonsdale, one of the famous Rutland characters whose stories can be found here. The collections include a wide range of rural tradesmen's tools, domestic and social history material, Rutland's standard weights and measures, and local archaeology.

Rutland Railway Museum

Ashwell Road, Cottesmore
Oakham LE15 7BX

The Rutland Railway Museum occupies an area of nearly 7 acres on part of the former Midland Railway mineral branch line. The branch line linked to the Melton Mowbray to Oakham main line at Ashwell Station.