Getting to Harborough
Travelling by Car
The Harborough district is approximately 90 minutes
by car from London, 45 minutes from Birmingham
and 2½ hours from Manchester. The M1 passes through
Lutterworth, with Junction 20 providing good access
to the county.
There are a number of car parks in the Harborough
district. For full details of their locations and charges see
the local authority website.
Travelling by Train
Market Harborough is on the train line from London St. Pancras to South Yorkshire. Direct trains from London take 60 minutes. Market Harborough station is located close to the town centre and has ample parking.
Both our Market Towns are great destinations for your coach trip
Steeped in history Market Harborough offers something for everyone. With it’s central location and easy links to major city routes it’s a perfect destination for your group.
The main bus stop right outside Harborough Indoor Market makes for a safe and easy destination for coaches to drop off their passengers by prior arrangement. Fully serviced toilets are located at the drop off point inside Harborough Indoor Market. For parties of 20 or more visiting the town we provide the coach driver with a meal voucher.
Market & Events Manager
Phone 07522 232264 or 01858 465206
Found at the southernmost tip of Leicestershire, Lutterworth is an attractive market town which has twice made a mark in history. In the fourteenth century John Wycliffe led the pioneering translation of the Bible into English and, more than five hundred years later, Sir Frank Whittle developed the Jet Engine at the Ladywood Works off Leicester Road, Lutterworth.
Located just a mile from the M1 Jnct 20 the main bus stop on George Street again makes for a safe and easy destination for coaches to drop off their passengers by prior arrangement.
Lutterworth Town Council