Melton Mowbray is a historic town known throughout the UK for the production of blue stilton and traditional pates. The city is sometimes called the culinary capital of the English province.
The history of the city begins even before the Norman invasion, but the oldest monuments that can be seen here are later. Among them is the Church of St. Mary from the 12th century. Although it was later rebuilt many times, it retained its early Gothic character, and its square tower is a characteristic element of the city's panorama.
In the center of Melton Mowbray you can see a mixture of buildings from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. gothic House of Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII. An interesting monument is the Dickinson and Morris Pate Shop located in an old traditional tenement house. Melton Mowbray's bread-baked pork pate is one of England's most famous traditional products.
The Twinlakes Park is an important family attraction for Melton Mowbray. It is a theme park with references to Roman mythology. In addition to the amusement park, there is a mini zoo and a water park. On the other hand, people who like active tourism can take advantage of the numerous trails in the Melton Country Park.