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  • Celebrating Chinese New Year in style with COSMO

    Celebrating Chinese New Year in style with COSMO

    There’s no denying that all-you-can-eat buffets have a certain special place in our collective cultural psyche. Huge appetite? Buffet. Can’t choose? Buffet. Picky eater? Buffet. And then, of course, there’s the age-old question of how to approach it. Should you stick to one cuisine at a time or is it acceptable to dump a crazy cultural mash-up on your plate? 

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  • The Hockley Arts Club, hidden bar in Nottingham

    Off The Beaten Track - Discovering Nottinghamshire's Hidden Gems

    A little venture off the beaten track can lead to unique encounters and rewards, so indulge your curiosity with a trip to Nottingham’s lesser known, but ever-so-intriguing attractions. Too often these hidden gems remain the reserve solely of those in the know, and while you may not have heard of them before, we’re certain that once you visit, you’ll be glad you did.

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  • What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 15 - 17 February 2019

    What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 15 - 17 February 2019

    Love in most certainly in the air in Nottinghamshire this weekend, with Valentine’s Day fast approaching. The pressure’s on for many of us to come up with something spectacularly romantic and thoughtful to impress a loved one, so if you’re looking for unique ideas for things to do, then relinquish those red roses and chuck away the chocolates because Visit Nottinghamshire have got you covered.

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  • Don't Miss These Highlights Of Nottingham Light Night 2019

    Don't Miss These Highlights Of Nottingham Light Night 2019

    The ever-enchanting Light Night sees the city come alive with illuminations, installations and inspired performances. This year’s delights are all inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight and landing of the first man on the moon. With so much going on, we’ve selected a few favourites and things not to be missed to guide you though the city on this most magical of evenings.

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  • Creswell Crags Cave

    Rock Art Tour at North Nottinghamshire Gem, Creswell Crags

    An enclosed limestone gorge on the edge of north Nottinghamshire, Creswell Crags is a natural beauty that’s not to be missed! The Visit Nottinghamshire marketing team was lucky enough to be invited along to the Crags recently to experience the popular Rock Art tour.

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  • Papplewick Pumping Station

    10 Historical Hidden Gems You Might Not Have Visited in Nottinghamshire

    While Nottingham is home to many country estates and major historical attractions such as Sherwood Forest, Newstead Abbey and Wollaton Hall, be sure not to miss the many smaller museums dotted around the county! Next time you're visiting outside of the city, why not pay a visit to support these treasured local attractions and learn some fascinating history as you go!

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  • Nottingham Castle

    13 Brilliant Nottingham Attractions to Visit Now Nottingham Castle is Closed

    It may not be the medieval fortress one might expect, but set high on its craggy clifftop, Nottingham Castle is certainly a grand sight. While we wait until 2020 to see the fantastic £13.9m Heritage Lottery Funded redevelopment, there’s still much to see in the city - below we’ve put together some alternative ideas of where to get a taste of the wonderful caves, history, art and nature in Nottingham.

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  • Discover Nottingham's William Booth Birthplace Museum

    Discover Nottingham's William Booth Birthplace Museum

    It’s fair to say that Nottingham city centre’s compact nature can sometimes mean we’re all guilty of staying within a short radius of Old Market Square, but for the more adventurous, there’s plenty of interesting places to visit but a stone’s throw away.

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  • D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood Nottinghamshire

    A Visit to the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

    We knew a small amount about D.H. Lawrence before visiting his birthplace museum in Eastwood. Upon leaving, we felt like we had lived alongside him in the town, and that was all down to our tour guide Carolyn.

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  • Nottingham Arts Theatre Ghost Lights Tour

    Nottingham Arts Theatre Ghost Lights Tour

    With its grand pillars, retro signage and dramatic red exterior, 200 year old building of  the Nottingham Arts Theatre has always been an intriguing feature of Hockley’s George Street. A theatre for the past seventy years or so, NAT has seen a multitude of performances take place on its stage, and today the varied programme ranges from touring productions to pantomimes and opera. 

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