Uttoxeter (/juːˈtɒksɪtər/ ( listen) yoo-TOK-sə-tər, sometimes locally /ˈʌtʃɪtər/ UTCH-ə-tər) is a market town in Staffordshire, England, close to the border with Derbyshire, one mile (1.61 km) west of the River Dove. The population was 13,089 at the 2011 Census.
Restaurants in Uttoxeter
5 based on 65 reviews
This was an excellent experience, You get to learn the history of Gin and you are given books to look at all botanicals used in different Gins. You then choose botanicals for your own blend with very knowledgeable and helpful guidance. You then make your own bottle in your little still. At the end before final dilution taste everyone's effort great but as this is this is about 57%ABV have a designated driver. I love my own blend still 3, 8/12/17
Will be ordering more. Lunch is provided as is a tour of the still and bottling. Highly Recommended. Nelson's own no.7 Gin is also highly recommended.
4 based on 299 reviews
Since 1907 Uttoxeter Racecourse has been the countryside home to racing in Staffordshire. With 25 fixtures each year, from the Midlands Grand National to Family Fun Days, from Music Live Racenight to the Beer Festival Raceday, there is truly something for everyone. Offering conference and event facilities, including meetings, weddings, banquets, Exhibitions, hospitality, music festivals, caravan rallies and car shows, Uttoxeter Racecourse has acres of space flexible for any event.
We visited on New Years Eve and had a fantastic day. It was a capacity crowd but the staff made sure all area were kept clean and tidy. The access and exiting was not a problem given the busyness of the traffic. We had a...MoreThanks for such a great review. I am so pleased that you had an enjoyable day. It was indeed very busy-A record for this day! David MacDonald. Executive Director.
5 based on 17 reviews
We went to Ashcroft Park for a work teambuilding session. There are ten of us and we did archery, riffle shooting, blind driving and laser tag. Absolutely fantastic day!
The organisers kindly provided beverages throughout the day and tasty jacket potatoes for lunch.
John and Paul made us feel very welcome and relaxed. We absolutely loved it despite seeing the competitive side in quite a few of us :)
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Beamhurst Museum is a privately owned museum which has open weekends so the public can enjoy our collection as much as we do. It was our dream to open a museum so people could enjoy our collection as much as we do. We had our first open days in August 2010 and were overwhelmed by how many people came to visit - nearly 600 people in three days!! he uniqueness of our collection and the range of items to see makes us stand out. We don't collect just one thing, there are over 1000 items related to Uttoxeter. A vast collection of clocks, prams, enamel signs, bikes, music boxes, brewery memorabilia, petrol globes, pumps, barrel organ, bottles, small carriages, radios, pottery, lamps, telephone boxes and much much more ..............and new for this year is a wonderful display of antique watercolours and oil paintings. Opening times for 2016 are: OPENING TIMES 10.00am - 5.00pm MARCH Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th, Bank Holiday Monday 28th APRIL Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th, Saturday 30th MAY Sunday 1st, Bank Holiday Monday 2nd, Saturday 14th, Sunday 15th, Saturday 28th,Sunday 29th, Bank Holiday Monday 30th JUNE Saturday 11th, Sunday 12th, Saturday 25th, Sunday 26th JULY Saturday 9th, Sunday 10th, Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th AUGUST Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th, Bank Holiday Monday 29th SEPTEMBER Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th
Very enjoyable view of historical products and social events, in many casesit evoked childhood nostalgia, E.G remembering many items when they originally in daily use or available in the shops. Also some surprises when you discover the extent of the products and skills that were the norm in the Uttoxeter area. The Museum owner has compiled an invaluable social collection of our local past times.
5 based on 9 reviews
Thank you, Porridge and Sidney for our wonderful walk and being such good natured,charming llamas. Barry their owner was extremely nice, too.. A delightful way to enjoy a few hours of gentle walking and taking in the lovely countryside. A real treat.
4 based on 11 reviews
Small but perfectly formed 17th century house museum with seven different period rooms and galleries to explore. A home for Uttoxeter's stories!
Popped into Uttoxeter just to break my journey and found this place by accident. The entry fee is quite reasonable (£2 for a senior in my case) and I enjoyed exploring the rooms. I am sure it would have been far more interesting to locals but I still felt I got something out of it and was glad I visited.
A very friendly welcome from the staff too - thank you!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We visited St Mary's in Uttoxeter which is a short walk from the main shopping area just over a busy road. t has a lovely 14th-century tower with a spire so looks unusual. Its worth walking around the outside in the churchyard so you can get a chance to see the building itself. The church yard looks well cared for. Sadly on this visit we didn't manage to see inside and we would have liked to see the stained glass windows from inside. We will be returning to Uttoxeter and leave more time to have a better look around.
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