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  1. Chinese guardian lions

    Nottingham

    A pair of Chinese guardian lions gifted to the city by Ningbo, Nottingham's sister city in China, to mark a decade of civic partnership between the two cities.

    The lions are located on the University of Nottingham’s Highfields Park campus.

  2. 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…

  3. Patchings Art Centre

    Nottingham

    FREE admission and FREE parking.

    A unique centre now in its 30th year promoting the enjoyment of art. Three galleries with monthly exhibitions, art materials, gift shops, a restaurant and a framing service. A team of self employed studio…

  4. St Mary & St Joseph The Worker Church

    Worksop

    St Mary's Church on Park Street, Worksop was designed by the architect Matthew Hadfield and is in the Neo-gothic style. The land was donated by the 12th Duke of Norfolk and the church was built between 1838 and 1840. The roof is a copy of the…

  5. 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

  6. The Major Oak

    Edwinstowe

    Sherwood Forest, a 450-acre country park and nature reserve, is home to the well-loved veteran oak tree the Major Oak, which is known throughout the world for its connection to Nottinghamshire’s legendary hero Robin Hood.

  7. Stonebridge City Farm

    Nottingham

    Stonebridge City Farm is a slice of the country in the heart of Nottingham City!

  8. St Peter's Church Clayworth

    Clayworth

    St Peters is home to the largest single work of art in the East of England. The Traquair Murals created by Scottish artist Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852-1936) cover all four walls of the chancel and are visually spectacular. The historic village of…

  9. Nottingham Cathedral

    Nottingham

    The Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Catholic Diocese of Nottingham which covers the counties of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Rutland.

  10. Bilsthorpe Heritage Museum

    Bilsthorpe

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

    When the mine…

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. Standard Hill (Derry Mount)

    Nottingham

    It was here on 25th August 1642 that the Royal Standard was raised by Charles I, marking the start of the Civil War. Today there is a plaque on Standard Hill to remember this historic event.

  14. 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 £2 for 1 hour, £4 for 2 hours or £6 for the full day.

  15. Rushcliffe Country Park

    Nottingham

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

  16. Bestwood Winding Engine House

    Nottingham

    The Winding Engine House is the last remaining part of that vanished colliery. The winding engine lowered colliers into the mine shaft, and winched mined coal up to the surface.

  17. Nottingham Arboretum

    Nottingham

    A historic, beautifully maintained park that is home to an important collection of over 800 trees, award winning Nottingham Arboetum is Nottingham's oldest public park and the closest park to the city centre.

  18. St Mary Magdalene Church Hucknall

    St Mary Magdalene Church offers a haven of peace and reflection, a reminder of the presence of God at the heart of community life in Hucknall.

    Now a Church of England parish church, the site can trace its heritage back over a thousand years of…

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