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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Netherfield
Great fun, well worth your time, great fun safe track and the host Joe was very friendly and helpful about how to get better track times.
I went here for my stag do and it was arranged by my best man, had an amazing time and the set up of the track was spot on, one of the best tracks I have raced on, the staff were really good and I would definitely...

Green's Windmill

Nottingham 2.4 mi away
#5 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
A brilliant place to visit, the staff are very keen and knowledgeable and very welcoming, a real pleasure to visit and with the working windmill bring back a piece of history to one and all visitors, well worth a...
We enjoyed exploring the mill and learning the inner workings and history of it.

Stonebridge City Farm

Nottingham 2.4 mi away
#4 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
... wonderful learning environment for many adults with LD & introduces them to the world of animal care & gardening, to name but 2. I consider it faultless & St Ann's is so lucky to have this place on their doorstep
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...

Nottingham Greyhound Stadium

Nottingham 2.0 mi away
#8 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Great in Nottingham went with 2 friends had a great time at Nottingham Dogs very pleasant evening great night out Restaurant was very nice very attentive and also food was great.
A family celebration of mixed ages teenagers up to 83! Fantastic service prompt and efficient 3 course meal good choice which you choose from the menu after you've been seated.

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

Nottingham 3.2 mi away
#3 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Delicious food and a warm atmosphere, surrounded by suits of armour and medieval furnishings, the pub was the perfect end to an entertaining Robin Hood tour led by the local legend, Robin Hood himself.
... a great little inn kinda off the beaten track, but well worth the visit, great selection of beers and gin and a lovely inside and outside places to sit and eat, and it’s right under the castle steeped in history.

City of Caves

Nottingham 3.0 mi away
#6 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Amazing caves and the tour guide was brilliant with lots of history and cracking views well worth the tour to see how they lived and worked in the caves yeas ago
Rather bizarrely tucked away in the corner of a slightly down-at-heel shopping centre, but this is such a gem: our guide was really entertaining, knowledgeable and witty, we thoroughly enjoyed this.

Holme Pierrepont Hall

Nottingham 1.7 mi away
#11 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
We love Holme Pierrepont Hall, it's a brilliant place for a day trip whether you enjoy water activities or just taking in the scenery.
The cost is £3.50 entrance and for this you get to see courtyard gardens, formal gardens, old walled garden and woodland gardens.

St. Mary's Church

Nottingham 2.9 mi away
#7 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Another nice Church in the city centre that you can easily miss, well worth a wander around the outside and soak up some history, a few relaxing moments in the lace marker area of Nottingham well spent.
We visited St Mary's on an Open Buildings day and were welcomed by individuals who were understandably proud of their church - the architecture, history and religious significance.

Old Market Square

Nottingham 3.2 mi away
#9 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
lots of changes over the years, lots to do for everyone and fantastic for kids, man made beach in middle of city centre, its an amazing transformation from bygone days,would certainly reccomend this to anyone,
Visited the Ice Bar in Nottingham Market square last night, was amazing, really enjoyed everything about it, loved the glasses and sculptures, would definitely recommend it to anyone thing of giving it a go!!

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham

Nottingham 2.7 mi away
#10 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
We were here for the Rod Stewart concert , very impressed by the staff and stewards who were professional , friendly and helpful We had good seats , acoustics were perfect as was view of the stage
Travelling via the Tram to get to the Lace Market stop the Arena is only a 5 minute walk (some excellent drinking places on route); the venue is clean and tidy and well staffed to get you to the correct block, the...

All Hallows Church

Nottingham 1.0 mi away
#30 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Wollaton Hall and Park

Nottingham 5.7 mi away
#2 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Great place to relax the grounds are great for walkers ,your see Deer roaming around the parkland & Plenty off wildlife around the lake, the great hall is worth viewing plenty of history, you can also get refreshm...
... including a lake, a herd of deer, loads of activities for children, lovely walks, picnic areas, parking, cafes, and the hall has the most amazing hands on natural history museum, well worth a visit with children.

Floralands Farm Park

Nottingham 3.0 mi away
#17 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Brilliant farm just £3 per person, worth every penny,you can buy food to feed the animals,I felt comfortable with this, good hand washing stations brilliant play park too,and toy cars ect to play on,would return a...
The farm park itself is lovely and has a great play area for all ages (and picnic area) there is a small charge of £3 per person to get in, under 2's free.

St Peter's Church, Nottingham

Nottingham 3.1 mi away
#15 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Meadow Lane Stadium

Nottingham 2.9 mi away
#18 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
... ground home to Notts County since 1910 but what makes this stadium special is that it's home to the oldest recognised football team in the world namely Notts County who were formed in 1862 so for the football ...
An enjoyable visit

Cathedral Church of St Barnabas

Nottingham 3.4 mi away
#21 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Nottingham Train Station

Nottingham 3.1 mi away
#22 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Nottingham Train has grown from its original Victorian design with modern improvements to have a modern & classic design, good staff, well maintained and with the Tram stop its a well used place.
Over the last few years modifications have been carried out to Nottingham Train Station and they have all improved it but also added to its general pleasant atmosphere and given it more character, good staff and w...

Mapperley War Memorial

Nottingham 2.3 mi away
#39 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Trent Bridge

Nottingham 2.8 mi away
#27 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
A walk across Trent Bridge to get to the City Ground on sunny day made the bridge look brighter and more interesting than usual, also help with a fantastic flag draped across it, well worth a trip to the bridge.
Its a marvellous decorative bridge mainly noticeable walking away from the City ground or along Trent embankment, well worth the visit.

Church Cemetery

Nottingham 3.2 mi away
#23 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
Visit for an organised tour of the Cemetery and catacombs, utter fascinating, great guide with lots of interesting stories, well worth the 90 mins explore.
There is a wonderful variety of headstones, obelisks and statues.

Papplewick Pumping Station

Papplewick 7.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Papplewick
Fascinating memorabilia cars ambulances trucks tents guns and shops selling period costumes Even people walking around in army, navel and civil costumes The music was wonderful great enactments a thrill to be part...
... impromptu guided tour for about an hour along with an insight into the history & working of the beam engines, after walking around the grounds which are beautiful another kind Gent took time out to show us som...
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Watson Fothergill Head Office

Nottingham 2.9 mi away
#33 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Bonington Gallery

Nottingham 3.2 mi away
#28 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Beeston Lock

Nottingham 3.3 mi away
#31 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Nottingham's Medieval Town Wall

Nottingham 3.3 mi away
#34 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

Lowdham Village Hall

Nottingham 4.4 mi away
#20 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
love the summer fairs love the plant fairs too always go

Nottingham Beach

Nottingham 3.5 mi away
#38 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham

St Paul's Church, Daybrook

Arnold 3.7 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Arnold

The Green Line

West Bridgford 4.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in West Bridgford

Bestwood Winding Engine House

Nottingham 5.8 mi away
#16 of 39 Sights & Landmarks in Nottingham
I was with an 11 year old and we both found it fascinating to hear about the workings of the engine and the heritage of the site thanks to a wonderful tour from a volunteer.
The park has wonderful walks, some quite challenging when wet! Wear Wellies, Some parts of the park steep so possibly a challenge for wheelchairs/ buggies