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Tour of Woodthorpe House & Caves at Cave City : Nottingham Underground Festival

Mansfield Road, NOTTINGHAM, Nottinghamshire, NG5 3FN
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Sherwood Cave Tour at Cave City : Nottingham Underground Festival | Visit Nottinghamshire

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Woodthorpe House
Friday 11 May 2018 | 4pm & 6pm
Sunday 13 May | 12 pm & 2pm
Cost:
£3 | Concession: £1

Sherwood Community Centre is based in Woodthorpe House, a Grade II listed building which dates back to at least the first part of the 18th Century, although it is noted that some areas of the house are probably older. 

During this exclusive tour there will be an opportunity to see an exhibition about the house, which has some beautiful architectural features, such as Doric columns, curved mahonogy doors and beautiful plasterwork. You will then be taken down to visit the cellar, and the cave below

Meet in Cafe of the community centre The cafe will be closed Sunday but refreshments will be available to buy.

Please note: Steps and uneven sandstone floors. No wheelchair or push chair access.

Please email chair.sherwoodcommunitycentre@gmail.com to book, or telephone 0115 932 7495. Payment can be made on the day.


In celebration of Nottingham’s 800 caves, #CaveCity invites you to explore this mysterious terrain which has lain beneath the city for hundreds of years. With tours, talks, activities and experiences throughout the city, including some of the city's lesser known cave locations, please visit the Cave City: Nottingham Underground Festival page for a full list of events, or check out the festival itinerary to plan your weekend. To follow all the subterranean happenings on social, use the tag #CaveCity!
 

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