St Neots is the largest flourishing market town in Cambridgeshire, boasting with local shops, restaurants and businesses. Situated just 18 miles west of Cambridge, St Neots makes a perfect location to escape from city life.
Moving to St Neots?
If you’re planning on moving to St Neots, there’s so much to see and do here!
We’ve listed just some of the few places you can explore, that is great fun for adults and families!
Riverside miniature railway
Perfect for families with younger children, this riverside miniature railway is located at the Riverside Park, which is run entirely by local volunteers. The Railway operates at the weekends and during school holidays.
Summer band concerts
Enjoy your summer with live open-air entertainment at the Riverside Park, courtesy of St Neots Town Council. They take place on Sunday afternoons between 2.30-4.30pm from May until September.
Xtreme360 trampoline park
Xtremem360 is great fun for all ages, plus it’s a great place to get fit! You can either book a normal session and just jump around for fun, or you can book yourself onto one of the fitness classes and burn up to 1,000 calories per hour!
St Neots Parish Church
This beautiful church was re-built in the 15th century, with an impressive 130ft tower and a peal of 8 bells and many interesting carvings and intricate designs.
St Neots Museum
St Neots Museum is a great experience as it tells you the story of this market town on the River Ouse, from the beginning prehistoric times to the present day. You can find displays of interesting selections of photographs, objects, and activities for kids to get involved in.
St Neots golf club
If Golfing is your thing, then you’ll love St Neots Golf club! Founded in 1890, this is Cambridgeshire’s first established Golf Club. The first new nine hole golf course was designed and built by the legendary Harry Vardon. The golf club is situated at the junction of the River Kym and Ouse, which gives you access to amazing natural landscapes,
The local farmers market offers amazing local produce from seasonal fruit and veg, meats, baked goods, fish, cheese, chutneys and much much more!