Oundle is an ancient market town that can be found on the River Nene in Northamptonshire, England. There are a number of historical buildings in the town, including one of the oldest buildings known as the Talbot Inn. This was constructed of timber and was rebuilt with stone from the ruins of the nearby Fotheringhay Castle.
There are also a number of churches within the town, including the most prominent; St. Peter’s parish, which features the largest steeple in the area. There are also Methodist, Baptist and Roman Catholic churches. Other major buildings include the Stahl Theatre, a primary school, and Oundle School buildings, which are sometimes open to the public.
Located in the former courthouse, you can view the original furniture as well as photographic history of the era and traditional crafts. (01832 272 055)
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art
As the name suggest, you can view lots so new modern artwork created by local up and coming artists. Located 6 miles from Oundle. (01536 373 469)
Elton Hall Historic House and Gardens
Located 8 miles from Oundle is this classical medieval, gothic mansion. It has been in the same family for over 350 years. The furniture, furnishing and artwork are all stunning. (01832 280 468)