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Battle of Naseby Memorial

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We had been to the obelisk and learned about that part of the area. Now we were at the battle site... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Barrie L
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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A simple monument

Visited whilst staying in the area. Parking is a small pull-in by the side of the road from where... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Helen C
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Derby, United Kingdom
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 7 September 2018

If you go to the village store opposite the church you can get a free map of the battle Also they hold the key to the church. This is were Cromwell's table is ,however it is cover over. All the key position are marked out...More

2  Thank Vince W
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Reviewed 16 August 2018

For a location of such significance to English history, this is almost a forgotten spot. On the one hand it is good that the site has not been over commercialised and spoiled for all time for the sake of profit. On the other hand, a...More

2  Thank BonnieRed850
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had been to the obelisk and learned about that part of the area. Now we were at the battle site, and our guide explained why it took place here, the strategy, the surprises, the outcome, the significance. He made it live, and we would...More

Thank Barrie L
Reviewed 7 September 2018

If you go to the village store opposite the church you can get a free map of the battle Also they hold the key to the church. This is were Cromwell's table is ,however it is cover over. All the key position are marked out...More

2  Thank Vince W
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Small lay by opposite to park, nothing much to it but it's great to see history and follow the landmarks around the area.

1  Thank Nikolas Z
Reviewed 16 August 2018

For a location of such significance to English history, this is almost a forgotten spot. On the one hand it is good that the site has not been over commercialised and spoiled for all time for the sake of profit. On the other hand, a...More

2  Thank BonnieRed850
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Visited whilst staying in the area. Parking is a small pull-in by the side of the road from where it is a couple of minutes walk to the monument in the field. There are various information boards about the battle and there are good views...More

Thank Helen C
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

Having lived nearby for many years this was the first visit. The site is nothing special as the monument does not signify the importance of the battle site - relates to the English civil war. The monument though: 1. Has signage to explain the war...More

2  Thank northants90
Reviewed 4 February 2018

The only parking is a road side lay-by; and from where, it's a 1 minute walk to the fence enclosed monument, which is supported by a few displays. At best it's a15 minute visit although the views are very impressive and it's very peaceful.

1  Thank Philip S
Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

Whilst it was interesting and I look up the history of this battle it was rather a shame there was no parking and the monument was surrounded by overgrown hedges and weeds

1  Thank Flub55
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Battle of Naseby site, English Civil War, Cromwell, King Charles I, Prince Rupert of the Rhine, and Fairfax, We came across this on the way to Rushton Triangular Lodge. Parking is in a lay-by a short distance from the obelisk. There are display boards explaining...More

Thank Nick D
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