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Nottingham is alive with the rebellious spirit of Robin Hood and full of fun waiting to be had. From historic sites to magnificent walking and biking trails, adventure awaits.

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Nottingham Castle

Famed for the bronze statue of that iconic hero Robin Hood, Nottingham Castle now houses two museums, both worth a visit. The Sherwood Foresters Regimental Museum and the Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery are rich with artefacts from the past. Closed until 2020 for refurbishment.

Visit the Nottingham Castle Site

Highfields Park

There is no end to the outdoor fun you can have here at the 52-acre Highfield Park. From boating, croquet, putting and of course going for a stroll, Highfields Park is fun for all ages.

Visit the Highfields Park Site

Old Market Square

The Old Market Square, the largest public space of its kind in England, is a great place to start your exploration of this dynamic city. Stop by the Nottingham Tourist Centre for even more information about what there is to do here and don’t miss the exquisitely designed Sky Mirror, a renowned sculpture by the famed Anish Kapoor.

Visit the Old Market Square Site

The Lace Market

One of the city’s most historic areas, The Lace Market is protected by the local council as it was once the booming centre of the country’s lace industry.

Visit the The Lace Market site

Robin Hood Way and Sherwood Forest

You can’t come to Nottingham and not immerse yourself in the history of Robin Hood and his Merry Men!

Visit the Sherwood Forest Site

 

The City of Caves

A network of more than 450 caves lie directly beneath the city of Nottingham, alive with centuries of history just waiting to be explored.

Visit the City of Caves Site