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  • Winter Walks in Nottinghamshire

    Winter Walks in Nottinghamshire

    Nottingam and Nottinghamshire are stunning at this time of year and a frosty walk can be just the tonic to combat seasonal blues or rouse you from your festive stupor on Christmas Day. Wrap up cosy and take a wander around one of the county's country parks, canals or our iconic Sherwood Forest.

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  • A Nottingham Photo Walk

    A Nottingham Photo Walk

    Whether you’re a photography pro, a camera amateur or you just want to get that killer shot for Instagram, Nottingham is a great place to get some superb snaps. The city is pretty as a picture, with a huge variety of beautiful architecture and new and intriguing things to discover around every corner, so why not check out our photo walk for some inspiration?

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  • The Seven Wonders of the Heights of Abraham

    The Seven Wonders of the Heights of Abraham

    The Heights of Abraham is an extraordinary place of natural beauty, transformed into a unique visitor attraction for all the family. We take a look at the 'seven wonders' of the Heights of Abraham and just what makes this place so special.

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  • Exploring the three very different exhibitions at Nottingham Contemporary

    Exploring the three very different exhibitions at Nottingham Contemporary

    The Nottingham Contemporary art gallery is a staple of the city’s cultural landscape. The building itself is an elegant piece of architecture, and inside plays host to a range of thought-provoking exhibitions and events throughout the year. I was delighted to be invited to experience the current offering of art work, and try the food in their cafe  - I’m a sucker for a sculpture and a snack!

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  • Theatre Review: Moonlight and magnolias at Nottingham Playhouse

    Theatre Review: Moonlight and magnolias at Nottingham Playhouse

    Having been crowned ‘Regional Theatre of the Year’ in 2019, Nottingham Playhouse have set the standard pretty high in the past couple of years. We’re delighted that their latest production Moonlight and Magnolias falls nothing short of the brilliance we’ve come to expect – a laugh-out-loud riot which doesn’t shy away from a sensitive and intelligent discourse on representation within popular culture. 
     

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  • A Night at the Museum: Murder and Mystery in the Old County Gaol

    A Night at the Museum: Murder and Mystery in the Old County Gaol

    The National Justice Museum are the undisputed champions of immersive, character-led experiences, so when they asked us to help solve a Valentine's Day murder at one of their Cocktails and Crime evenings, we jumped at the chance to interrogate the suspects and hunt down the clues in one of Nottingham's most extraordinary historical haunts. 

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  • Seely's Installation Nottingham Light Night 2020

    Nottingham Light Night 2020 Photo Round-up

    This weekend Nottingham Light Night returned for its 11th year, dazzling the city with a spectacle of luminous lights and eclectic events. With dozens of artists, performers, inventors and organisers coming together, the city was lit up for not one, but two evenings of creative festivities.
     

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  • COSMO

    Celebrating Chinese New Year, COSMO style

    Let’s be honest, when isn’t a good time to go to a buffet? Here at the Visit Notts office, we’re always down for unlimited-food-at-one-set-price when the offer is temptingly wafted under our noses, and come rain or shine, Nottingham’s COSMO World Buffet has always been there to help us get through the January blues.

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