Things to do
Belton House – the quintessential country house estate. Designed to impress, this classically proportioned mansion sits in elegant formal gardens and looks out over 1300 acres of historic deer park.
Burghley House – England’s greatest Elizabethan House
Holocaust Centre & Museum The only dedicated Holocaust Museum & Education Centre in the UK
Knipfest – Saturday 30 June 2018
Newstead Abbey – Ravenshead
A beautiful historic house set in a glorious landscape of gardens and parkland within the heart of Nottinghamshire. Founded as a monastic house in the late 12th century, Newstead was home to the poet Lord Byron between 1808 – 1814. Inside the Abbey there is much to explore including Victorian room settings, and the poets private apartments.
Nottingham Castle Museum & art gallery
Nottinghamshire Country Cricket Ground
Trent Bridge, the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, is a world famous cricketing landmark. Recognised as one of the finest cricket venues across the globe, it has acted as host for county and Test cricket since 1838 and is the worlds third oldest Test ground.
Nottinghamshire Routes & Rides – guide to routes to explore on foot, bike & horse
Sherwood Forest Country Park
Admission is FREE, and the normal charge for the car park is £3.
Legendary home of Robin Hood and an awe inspiring nature reserve of ancient oak trees.
Once part of a royal hunting forest, Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve covers 450 acres and incorporates some truly ancient areas of native woodland where slender birch trees grow alongside more than one thousand veteran oaks, most of which are over 500 years old.
Southwell, home to Southwell Minster, making it the smallest cathedral town in the UK, and here you’ll also find a National Trust managed Victorian Workhouse telling the story of this ‘welfare institution’.
Village Ventures Rural & Community Touring in Nottinghamshire
Wildflower Farm, Langar
Woollaton Hall & Deer Park – Nottingham Historic House, Natural History Museum, Industrial Museum & Deer park
Woolsthorpe Manor – The birthplace & family home of Isaac Newton