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Come see what's brewing in Burton-Upon-Trent

Burton-Upon-Trent, in East Staffordshire, is a charming town synonymous with brewing, so it's small wonder that the number one attraction is The National Brewery Centre. Daily guided tours take participants on a journey through the social history of brewing. There's also the chance to learn more about the famous Bass family and their beers.

Experience 18th century life at Kedleston Hall

Five miles from Burton-Upon-Trent is this attractive Neo-classical mansion, surrounded by historic parkland. Designed by the architect Robert Adam, the Hall has been home to the Curzon family since day one. An impressive sight indeed, and one that caught the eye of the makers of the blockbuster The Duchess, starring Keira Knightley, as it was used for location filming. With parkland, pleasure grounds and a museum to explore, it's one to set aside a day for.

Step into the past at Claymills Victorian Pumping Station

It may be somewhat of an acquired taste, but if you're interested in Victorian engineering, or just enjoying a slice of local history, this restored Victorian sewage pumping station is well worth a look. Volunteers are on hand to explain the workings and help you learn all about the station. Planning a trip to Burton-Upon-Trent? Travelodge Burton upon Trent Central Hotel couldn't get you closer to the sights and sounds. The Travelodge Burton A38 Northbound and Southbound Hotels are very Near too.