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  1. Nottingham Industrial Museum

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    Nottingham Industrial Museum

    Nottingham

    Discover the people, companies and industries that made Nottingham famous around the world. Nottingham Industrial Museum has five galleries relating to key Nottinghamshire industries: textiles, transport, communication and power.

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  2. Green's Windmill

    Nottingham

    Coronavirus update: For the latest information on coronavirus and how it might impact your travel in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, including information on which venues and attractions are closed, please visit our Know Before You Go…

  3. The Framework Knitters Museum

    Ruddington

    A unique collection of restored cottages and workshops arranged around a garden courtyard. Walk round to see how a local Victorian community lived and worked, watch live demonstrations of their machines or try your hand at knitting on a 19th-century…

  4. Museum of Timekeeping

    Upton, Newark

    The Museum of Timekeeping is home to a fascinating collection of clocks, watches and timepieces.

  5. Heights of Abraham

    Towering above the pretty village of Matlock Bath, in the Derwent Valley, is The Heights of Abraham, one of Britain’s top visitor attractions. The estate has been welcoming tourists for over two centuries, but it wasn’t until 1984 when an ambitious…

  6. City of Caves

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    City of Caves

    NOTTINGHAM

    Enter and explore a whole new world in the caves underneath Nottingham city and descend into the dark depths of the original Anglo-Saxon tunnels, meeting real cave-dwellers from its dramatic hidden past.

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  7. National Justice Museum

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    National Justice Museum

    Nottingham

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  8. Bassetlaw Museum and Pilgrim Gallery

    Retford

    Bassetlaw Museum – a ‘little gem’ in the heart of the historic market town of Retford.

  9. Newark Town Hall Museum

    Newark

    Please note that this venue will be closed from midnight on Friday 30 October due to the Tier 3 restrictions in Nottinghamshire. For more information about which venues are open, please click here.

    This is one of the finest town halls in the…

  10. William Booth Birthplace Museum

    Nottingham

    Discover the life and work of William Booth – Nottingham’s most famous preacher and social reformer and founder of The Salvation Army

  11. Nottingham Castle

    Nottingham

    Opening in Spring 2021, Nottingham Castle promises the best day out for all, from history seekers to families wanting an action-packed adventure. Discover more and plan your perfect visit today.

  12. Papplewick Pumping Station

    Nottingham

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  13. Dukes Wood Oil Museum

    Main Road, Newark

    The museum contains many artifacts and pictures dealing with the story of UK Oil fields both offshore and onshore and the triumphs and the tragedies of the people who discovered and produced Oil and Gas sometimes in times of great national need.

  14. Robin Hood Stories and Boardgame Museum

    Ludorati is the only boardgame Café in the world that hosts a pop-up Robin Hood boardgame museum.

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  15. Newstead Abbey

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

  16. Mr Straw's House

    Worksop

    Please note that Mr Straw's House is currently closed due to Covid-19.  Please check the website link above for updates.   

    Ordinary house, extraordinary home

    Step back in time to the 1920s and discover how a grocer's family lived in a…

  17. Bilsthorpe Heritage Museum

    Bilsthorpe

    Bilsthorpe Heritage Society began after the mine closed and was formed by a handful of residents who had the foresight to collect artefacts and memoribilia from the local mine and surrounding area before it was lost in time.

  18. National Civil War Centre Newark

    Newark

    Explore the richly dramatic English Civil War, seeing stories of gunpowder, plague and plot as you walk through the fantastic galleries of Newark's National Civil War Centre.

  19. The Workhouse

    Southwell

    Built in 1824 The Workhouse at Southwell was a means of relief for the Victorian poor. Pioneering in its design and approach it became a blueprint for similar institutions across the country.

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