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  1. Rushcliffe Country Park

    Nottingham

    Entrance to the park is FREE with a £1 compulsory charge for the car park.

  2. Gedling Country Park

    Gedling Country Park is a 240 acre site hosting a play area, café and parking facilities. Opened in 2015 the site is managed by Gedling Borough Council with the assistance of the Friends of Gedling Country Park.

  3. Rufford Abbey Country Park

    Ollerton

    Rufford Abbey Country Park is the estate and grounds of a former 12 century Cistercian Monastery and country house.

  4. Creswell Crags

    Worksop

    Creswell Crags, in North Nottinghamshire is a limestone gorge honeycombed with caves and smaller fissures. Stone tools and remains of animals found in the caves by archaeologists provide evidence for a fascinating story of life during the last Ice…

  5. Kelham Hall & Country Park

    Kelham

    Kelham Hall & Country park is a magnificent Victorian house, built in 1863, set within 42 acres of gardens and parklands in Nottinghamshire. Our country park offers visitors of all ages and abilities lot's of fun and interesting things to do...

  6. Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Home of the National Water Sports Centre

    Nottingham

    At the National Water Sports Centre you can try all manner of water-based activities, from kayaking and white water rafting to sailing. There are also plenty of family activities on dry land too, including mini-golf and segway hire.

  7. Holme Pierrepont Hall

    Nottingham

    Holme Pierrepont Hall, nestled in a tranquil, rural setting is a fascinating Tudor house. Built in 1500 by Sir William Pierrepont it is the earliest brick building in Nottinghamshire and is still lived in by his descendants. The interior of the…

  8. Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre & National Nature Reserve

    Edwinstowe

    Home of Robin Hood and once part of a royal hunting forest, Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve covers 450 acres and incorporates some truly ancient areas of native woodland.

  9. Pure Land Japanese Garden and Meditation Centre

    North Clifton

    Award winning and internationally acclaimed meditation gardens, with ornamental monuments, trees and plants native to Japan, in addition to the world’s first crystal garden.

  10. Newstead Abbey

    A beautiful historic house set in a glorious landscape of gardens and parkland within the heart of Nottinghamshire.

  11. Sherwood Pines Forest Park

    Edwinstowe

    Sherwood Pines is the largest forest open to the public in the East Midlands with over 3,300 acres to discover. Admission is FREE although there is a car parking charge of £1 per 1 hour or £4 for the full day.

  12. Wollaton Hall and Park

    Nottingham

    Relax at Wollaton Hall and Park, only three miles from the city centre, with unique architecture and parkland ready to be discovered.

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