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Eleanor Cross

West St & Grafton Road, Kettering NN14 1AD, England
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Wonderful ancient monument

First of all this should be listed under Geddington, as that is where it is located!! As others... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
Best Preserved and lovely setting.

Visit Geddington to see the best preserved Queen Eleanor Cross remaining, set in the heart of this... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Geddington, United Kingdom
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West St & Grafton Road, Kettering NN14 1AD, England
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

First of all this should be listed under Geddington, as that is where it is located!! As others have explained, this is the best preserved original memorial in the series of 12 plinths/statues between Lincoln and London known as the Eleanor Crosses. This one in...More

Thank JJ-Whippet53
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Visit Geddington to see the best preserved Queen Eleanor Cross remaining, set in the heart of this lovely village with it's ancient bridge, river ford and riverside play area and walks.

Thank PeterandLesley2013
Reviewed 18 November 2016

This fantastic piece of history is over 800 years old. How it survived is amazing. It hasn't changed at all in all the old pics that are produced of it. Mind boggling!

Thank NorthernSouly
Reviewed 24 August 2016

This must be one of the best preserved of the 3 remaining Eleanor Crosses and there is an interesting church there as well.

1  Thank Wendy E
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Of the 14 originally built to mark every resting place on her body's journey from Nottingham to London, only 3 remain. This is the best example.

Thank Dennis B
Reviewed 24 July 2016

A very interesting and historic monument that is preserved in very good condition. It was erected at the behest of Edward First - one cross was built at very stop that Queen Elaenor's body made travelling between Lincoln and London after she had died in...More

Thank geologist74
Reviewed 19 July 2016

How can this monument have survived for 800 years? It's only a passing visit, but it's pretty unusual and set in an attractive village and so well preserved.

Thank DickTravels
Reviewed 4 May 2016

This is a local landmark that was put up by Edward 1 to mark the journey of Queen Eleanor to London. It is one of only 3 in the country and well preserved. Geddington is a pretty village and well worth a visit. There is...More

Thank wedge158
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This historical landmark is well worth a visit. Commemorating the final journey of Queen Eleanor. Geddington also has a couple of pubs and tea rooms, also well worth a visit for refreshments.

Thank Gill B
Reviewed 16 April 2016

It isn't a theme park, there is no entry fee, it's open and available all year - whatever the weather, in the summer it's somewhere to gather to drink a beer from The Star, it's a symbol of love and of strength. It's certainly worth...More

Thank Vikki W
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