'Abaht Nott'num!' interactive family tour

Starts at The Cross Keys Pub, Byard Lane, Fletcher Gate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GJ

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'Abaht Nott'num!' interactive family tour


Multi-award-winning Nottingham tour guide Ezekial Bone presents a brand-new COVID-secure family tour for 2020 : "Abaht Nott'num!"

This interactive 'choose your own content' style promenade performance allows guests to select the topics and locations they are most interested in as they explore the historic city of Nottingham. 

Ezekial Bone draws upon his unrivalled local knowledge so guests can pick and choose from topics as diverse as history, culture, Robin Hood, horrible histories (perfect for Halloween), art, writers and literature, caves, the Lace Industry, sports and much more - all designed to inspire a sense of place and pride in our great city. Guest can also visit a variety of famous locations during the tour, including the Lace Market, Old Market Square and the Nottingham Castle area of the city.

Enjoy fresh air, exercise, family time and learning all rolled into one in this exciting new experience brought to you by this nationally recognised tour guide. The tour can also factor in a half-way refreshment break if desired, and can also include an optional 20% discount off food at The Cross Keys pub before or after the tour.

Please note that this tour is for one household group (e.g. a family) of up to 6 people. Ezekial Bone has secured VisitEngland's official 'We're Good to Go' accreditation, which recognises that an attraction or venue has implemented COVID-19 safety measures.


Prices vary depending on the duration of the tour, but prices start from £70. 

How to book:

Please contact Ezekial Bone using the 'Email' or 'Phone' buttons above. When booking, you can discuss your preferred date/time, route, content and duration of the tour.


VisitEngland - 'Experience of the Year' 2020 - Silver Award

TripAdvisor - Traveller's Choice 2020

The Story of Nottingham Awards - 'The People's Champion' 2020

Nottinghamshire STARS Awards - 'Tourism Experience of the Year' 2019

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence' - 'Hall of Fame' 2013 - 2019

Nottinghamshire STARS Awards - 'Guided Tour of the Year' 2018

Nottinghamshire STARS Awards - 'International Travel Trade Award' 2018

European Travel & Hospitality Awards - 'Tour Company of the Year' 2018

European Luxury Travel Guide Awards - 'Cultural Tour Operator of the Year' 2018

VisitEngland - 'Guided Tour of the Year' 2017 - Finalist. 

Notts Tourism Awards - 'Notts Ambassador' 2017 

Notts Tourism Awards - 'Guided Tour of the Year' 2017  

VisitEngland 'Tourism Experience of the Year' 2014 - Bronze Award

VisitEngland 'Tourism Superstar' 2014 - Silver Award

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