Town, free entry
Uttoxeter lies close to the River Dove, and is near the cities of Stoke-on-Trent and Derby
St. Mary's Catholic Church in Balance Street was Pugin's first church design. Three miles north west of Uttoxeter are the remains of Croxden Abbey, founded in 1176 by Bertram de Verdun for monks of the Cistercian Order. Redfern's Cottage:Museum of Uttoxeter Life is on Carter Street and is run by a group of volunteers. The restored timber-framed building houses local history displays.
The town's refurbished Market Place contains the town's main war memorial, as well as the Millennium Monument and the Dr. Johnson Memorial. The Wednesday and Saturday Markets are held weekly in the Market Place. The Spook Market is run every Friday. There's also a monthly Farmers' Market.
Uttoxeter Racecourse is one of Uttoxeter's most famous landmarks and is a short walk from the town centre.
The Alton Towers Resort is around 10 miles (16 km) from Uttoxeter. The Peak District National Park is about 20 miles away.