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  1. Newark Town Hall Museum

    Newark

    This is one of the finest town halls in the country, designed in Palladian style in 1774 by the eminent architect John Carr of York. Rooms within the working Town Hall form part of the museum and house a fine collection of civic treasures. Visitors...

  2. The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

    Laxton, Newark

    The National Holocaust Centre and Museum is so much more than a museum. It’s a vibrant memorial, a place of testimony and a Centre of learning for communities of all faiths, and none, across the UK.

    Since the Centre was established in 1995, in...

  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, try your hand at knitting on a 19th-century...

  4. 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.

  5. Wollaton Hall and Park

    Nottingham

    Spectacular Elizabethian Mansion and Deer Park set in the beautiful suburbs of Nottingham.

    Car parking £3 for up to 3 hours and £5 for the whole day.

  6. Newstead Abbey

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

  7. Dukes Wood Oil Museum

    Main Road, Newark

    Duke's Wood Oil Museum, with its artefacts from the first British oilfield has moved to Kelham Hall. Duke's Wood nature reserve remains open.

    The museum contains many artifacts and pictures dealing with the story of UK Oil fields both offshore...

  8. 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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  9. Mayflower Pilgrims Visitor Centre

    Retford

    The Mayflower Visitor Centre is a museum that also has tourist information, an art gallery, working artisan studios, local craft shop and farm shop and café.

  10. Thoresby Park

    Nr Ollerton

    Visit our beautiful park with the whole family to enjoy everything Thoresby has to offer. From our cafe, shops, gallery, museum, extensive estate and variety of events. Parking and admission is free. Visit our website for more details and to plan...

  11. Nottingham Castle

    Nottingham

    Please note: due to a fantastic £29.8m Heritage Lottery Funded grant, Nottingham Castle will be closed from 1st July 2018 until 2020.

  12. Newark Air Museum

    Newark

    Welcome to Newark Air Museum One of the largest volunteer run aviation museums in the U.K.

    Newark Air Museum is a VAQAS registered venue and an Accredited Museum, which is located on the former World War II airfield of Winthorpe in eastern...

  13. Papplewick Pumping Station

    Nottingham

    Papplewick Pumping Station is the finest working Victorian water pumping station in Britain. The site has recently undergone extensive restoration and once again stands proud as a spectacular example of Victorian craftsmanship. It boasts a range of...

  14. Creswell Crags

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    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...

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  15. The Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard

    Nottingham

    Please note: The Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard is closed until 2020 while a fantastic £29.8m Heritage Lottery Funded redevelopment takes place.

  16. Green's Windmill

    Nottingham

    Green's Windmill in Sneinton was built by the father of notable scientist and mathematician George Green in 1807. Today the working Mill is a popular museum and science centre, which teaches new generations of children about the valuable work of...

  17. 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

  18. 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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  19. Bilsthorpe Heritage Museum

    Bilsthorpe

    In the early 1900's Bilsthorpe village's population was approximately 200 and slowly declining. Then coal mining arrived in Bilsthorpe in the 1920's and considerably changed the landscape and social development of the village.

    When the mine...

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