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  • Don’t miss the Arboretum Sunsets this summer!

    Don’t miss the Arboretum Sunsets this summer!

    Summer 2021 is going to be a bit of a strange one, isn’t it? On the one hand, we’re all very cautious of COVID, and want to ensure that we’re safe and socially distanced – but on the other, we’ve been so bored cooped up inside during months of lockdowns that we’re desperate to get out there and have a good time while the sun’s out. Well, enter the Arboretum Sunsets...

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  • Dare to Enter the Kingdom of the Dinosaurs

    Dare to Enter the Kingdom of the Dinosaurs

    A rare chance to walk among the dinosaurs on a Jurassic journey of discovery in a brand new immersive outdoor experience is coming to Nottinghamshire. Dino Kingdom takes over Thoresby Park for two weeks this autumn with 100 prehistoric beasts set to be unleashed to roam across the plains and woodlands of the beautiful historic landscape.

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  • Ten reasons to visit the transformed Nottingham Castle

    Ten reasons to visit the transformed Nottingham Castle

    After a thousand years of rebellions, riots, revolts and rallies, Nottingham Castle has found itself time and time again at the heart of some rather dramatic events. Fast-forward to the 21st century and our iconic Castle is entering an exciting new chapter: and has just reopened following a 3-year, £30million transformation. Here are the ten things that Visit Notts liked best during our visit!

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  • Discover the Beeston Street Art project

    Discover the Beeston Street Art project

    Beeston has established itself as a hub of art and creativity. In 2018, the Beeston Street Art project began with a festival and the community group continues to create attractions in association with The Beeston and District Civic Society. Over 30 local and visiting artists have painted works both large and small around the town, making Beeston a top destination for street art tourism in the UK today. 

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  • Nottingham's Rebellious Story of Lace & Luddites

    Nottingham's Rebellious Story of Lace & Luddites

    Celebrating Nottingham's unique heritage for this unusual English Tourism Week is nearing the end, but not before we've turned our attention to the city’s industrial past and rebellious spirit. From Luddites to lingerie, the story of lace making is woven into the very heart of the city.

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  • Meet Nottinghamshire's Rebel Writers

    Meet Nottinghamshire's Rebel Writers

    As a UNESCO City of Literature, on our English Tourism Week lowdown of all the things that make Nottinghamshire such an interesting place to visit, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to talk about our literary legends. You might not be able to visit Nottinghamshire right now, but you can certainly learn about the lives of our rebel writers and plan your future visit!

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  • The Origins of the Mayflower Pilgrims Story in Nottinghamshire

    The Origins of the Mayflower Pilgrims Story in Nottinghamshire

    From a modest group of radical religious thinkers in the North Nottinghamshire countryside, to one of the most diverse and powerful nations today, today in our English Tourism Week celebration of Nottinghamshire's unique hertiage we're commemorating the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims.

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  • City of Caves: Nottingham's Hidden Underground World

    City of Caves: Nottingham's Hidden Underground World

    Sometimes the most intriguing aspects of a place aren’t immediately apparent. To discover these gems, you must delve a little deeper. On this, the second day of our English Tourism Week celebration of all things unique about Nottingham, we’re going underground to shed some light on our curious cave network.

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  • Land of legends: Robin Hood's legacy in Nottinghamshire

    Land of legends: Robin Hood's legacy in Nottinghamshire

    As we slowly go back to normality it's high time to celebrate English Tourism Week 2021, now more than ever it's important to shine a light on all of the things that are unique to Nottinghamshire. So naturally, where better to start than with our outlaw hero, Robin Hood?

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