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Underground Wollaton at Cave City 2019: Nottingham Underground Festival

Wollaton Hall, Wollaton Park, Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 2AE

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Wollaton Hall
Friday 5 - Tuesday 9 April 2019 | 11am & 1pm
Tickets £5

Visit Wollaton's Historic Hauntings, dark, damp rooms & tunnels. Walk in the steps of those who in ages past toiled below the Great House. Hear their stories and feel their presence on our guided tour.

Please wear sensible clothing and footwear. Suitable for all ages over 7 years old.

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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