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  1. History and Heritage Attractions
    History and Heritage Attractions
  2. Our selection of history and heritage trails celebrate a variety of architectural styles and Nottinghamshire’s rich history.
  3. Caves
    Sometimes the most captivating features of an area are not those which stand out immediately. To discover these gems, you must delve a little deeper. Of any city in Britain, this is perhaps most true of Nottingham, with its vast underground network of curious man-made caves.
  4. English Civil War
    It was in Nottingham on 22 August 1642, that Charles I raised his royal standard as a signal for his supporters to rally to his side.
  5. Mayflower Pilgrims
    Pilgrim Country nestles on the crossroads of three English counties. It overlaps the district of Bassetlaw in North Nottinghamshire along with South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and it covers roughly 50 square miles of picturesque villages and charming market towns.
  6. Museums
    Nottingham’s rich history, fabulous collection of historical homes, and art galleries amount to a brilliant assortment of museums to explore in the county. For a day of educational fun there is a lot to do and see, and with free entry to lots of attractions, you won’t break the bank.
  7. Market Towns
    Market towns are bursting with history and culture. If you want to escape the rush of Nottingham’s city life then head out and explore some of Nottinghamshire’s best market towns. With architecture dating back to centuries ago as well as annual festivals celebrating the town’s culture there is plenty to see and do outside of the city.

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