Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

Wollaton Hall is a Grade 1 listed Elizabethan mansion, built between 1580 and 1588. Within the hall is the Natural History Museum showcasing wildlife, and surrounding the hall is many wildlife habitats including woodlands, wetlands, and grasslands. The park is famous for the herds of red and fallow deer that roam across the grounds throughout the year.

The outdoor spaces are used regularly for outdoor events such as concerts, sporting events and festivals. In the summer, outdoor cinema experiences are held at the grounds showing films such as Bohemian Rhapsody and The Greatest Showman.

There are also café’s for refuels, and guided tours around the Hall. For the children, there is a children’s play area to keep them entertained.

Nottingham Castle, Museum & Art Gallery

The Castle is currently under a £30m Heritage Lottery Fund transformation and is expected to be fully opened in 2021. The original Castle was gutted by fire in 1831 by protestors, then rebuilt and reopened in 1878. The Castle Art Gallery displays the City’s most important collections of Fine and Decorative Arts with sandstone caves beneath.


Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest is home to areas of woodland over 1000 years old, home to the most famous Resident, Robin Hood. Perfect for dog walkers, joggers, families and nature lovers, there is plenty offered at Sherwood Forest. There are numerous walks and trails, seasonal events, challenges, and festivals.

There are a range of invertebrate species and birds like lesser spotted woodpecker. Many species that live in the forest are exclusive to the habitat and are hard to spot. The forest is free to all visitors, all year round.

Events include explorer walks, archery, twilight walks and night walks. There are also plenty of activities for the children to partake in and enjoy during the day.

Nottingham City Centre

Nottingham City Centre offers a range of vintage charity and clothing shops, chain fashion retailers and bookshops as well as hidden cocktail bars and places to eat. There are restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes, including Wetherspoons, Mowgli, Zaap and plenty of vegan and veggie restaurants such as Annie’s Burger Shack. Popular with students, the City-Centre area is walking distance of Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham College, with good public transport links to The University of Nottingham via the tram or the bus. You will find endless events to stay occupied in the area. Attractions include the Playhouse Theatre, Broadway Cinema and Hockley Hustle.



City of Caves

Attenborough Nature Reserve

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground / football 


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