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#1 of 5 things to do in Eastwood
We came away with a fascinating insight into Lawrence's background and upbringing in working class, 19th century, England.
It's well worth a visit, the staff are friendly and helpful, the giftshop is well stocked and there is a carpark right next door!

Heage Windmill

Belper, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Belper
We fancied seeing something different and this was definitely that, well worth a visit the lady guide was very knowledgeable and very friendly, the weather was chilly but so sunny, its stunning!!!! Well worth a vi...
The mill workings are fantastic and the guide we had was extremely knowledge and friendly giving us a real insight into the history of the mill.

Nottingham Industrial Museum

Nottingham 6.3 mi away
#2 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Its well worth £5 and an hour of your time, with some fascinating moving / working exhibits with knowledge volunteers running them, go experience really history, well worth a visit.
You can really immerse yourself in Nottingham history, lace making machines from the 1800’s, Raleigh bicycles, steam engines and much, much more.

Erewash Museum

Ilkeston, UK 3.2 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Ilkeston
Brilliant to see well worth a visit, great fun for all the family interesting beautiful gardens too, great fun for kids and adults in a really beautiful location
We love it here, they have great free events on all year such as the beach and brick week, and it's a lovely oasis in the centre of town with a fab walled garden ideal for picnics.

Felley Priory Gardens

Underwood 2.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Underwood
after very nice refreshments in the cottage garden : the walk round the priory gardens was beautiful; well laid out, extremely neatly trimmed topiary and the wisteria in full bloom.
The plant nursery sells many of the flowers and plants you will find in the gardens and a caffe provides inside and outside seating with a good selection of snacks, lunches and cakes.

Hopton Hall Gardens

Derby, UK 7.5 mi away
#9 of 74 things to do in Derby
... was so kind and thoughtful ( thank you so, so much ) We continued our walk although a lot of the snowdrops were over there best, the grounds were stunning and we enjoyed every minute of our slow peaceful walk ...
February sunshine, a warm welcome on a cold day from staff in the car park and cafe, drifts of snowdrops alongside well maintained footpaths (gravel/bark), interesting terraced gardens and unexpected classic cars.

Stonebridge City Farm

Nottingham 8.5 mi away
#9 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
I live quite local to Stonebridge and it’s a fantastic inner city farm perfect for children to see a variety of animals and get to pet some and also feed , it has a nice variety of growing fruit and vegetables tha...
We came here on a really nice sunny day, it was a little bit busy with families and young children (great for young families) A great place to introduce children to farm animals, its close to town and has lots of...

Bluebell's Dairy

Derby, UK 7.0 mi away
#12 of 74 things to do in Derby
... Dairy, the outdoor and indoor play areas were great all with a farming feel, the kids loved the inflatables and feeding the animals, the best bit was the Maize Maze, which was great fun and a real adventure.
Great place for children, animals to feed great play areas big bouncy pillow , large hay barn toddlers can run round an climb, tables to eat your own picnic of nice cafe to buy food , you can also buy natural milk...

The Arboretum

Nottingham 7.3 mi away
#7 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
A historic, beautifully maintained park that is home to an important collection of over 800 trees, some of which are from the original collection planted in the 19th century.
Beautifully laid out and maintained, this Victorian treasure is one of the lungs of Nottingham, the other being the Forest.

Newstead Abbey

Ravenshead 4.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Ravenshead
I highly recommend Newstead Abbey for a simple stroll around beautiful grounds, for walk with dogs, for tranquility and meditation in Japanese Garden, for bird listening and watching, photography, picnics, running...
Went here when visiting friends and what a lovely place and gardens it is Nice walks and being autumn the trees and plants were full of autumnal colour We had a lovely time and for only £6 car park fee it’s a bit...
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Midland Railway - Butterley

Ripley, UK 4.9 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Ripley
... to do at Butterley (a really good model railway and a second rather nice garden model railway), plus Swanwick Junction (all the engine sheds, plus other museums, a narrow-gauge railway, plus a miniature railway.
There is a small cafe at Swanick station and the food was great and very reasonably priced the museum there was very interesting indeed and the volunteers told us everything we had to know.

Darley Park

Derby, UK 9.0 mi away
#1 of 74 things to do in Derby
Hidden walled gardens, beautiful ornamental trees and gardens, large grassy expanse for picnics, games, sledging in the winter, wild flower meadow, children's play area, magnificent trees, wild life to be spotted...
The river Derwent runs through.Great for strolling .Has concert every year in September with popular classical music,a cafe and sports facilities