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Wollaton Hall and Park
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Wollaton Hall and Park
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
There are some fantastic walks around the park, a lake teaming with birds of all varieties, a lovely garden (even though we went in Winter, I can imagine it's gorgeous in full bloom), a deer park and an adventure...
Really great place for all the Family, steeped in history Lots of Deer to see in the Park Also Music Festival's are held there You can Drive there, also you can go on Red Arrow Bus Get off at QMC hospital Bus stop...
The Arboretum
#2 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Beautiful park, nice walks and nature There's a pond with ducks, some birds, many squirrels and the scenery is amazing!
They're in the process of building a nice cafe which will be a great addition to the park! Lovely to go and sit on the grass in the sunshine, always a nice atmosphere.
City of Caves
#3 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Due to the nature of the caves there is no access for mobility challenged people but there was an informative video at the entry.
Highfields
#4 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Enjoyed a great walk around the lake - lots of wildlife to take in.We noted the new golf activity area and re jigged boating lake - so will be back with the kids - especially as also a great park.This would be a n...
It's absolutely beautiful, and there are things for people of all ages to enjoy; the walk around the lake is beautiful, there's a good play-park for children, you can go boating on the lake, and there are endless...
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery
#5 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Beautiful park around the castle, stunning view of the city and friendly staff at the museum, especially the man at the military part of the museum who took the time to explain about the mascot, uniforms, etc Next...
History art nature education people nottingham
Bestwood Country Park
#6 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
North of Nottingham city is the magnificent Bestwood country park, car parking available and lots to see in a very well maintained park with a winding house as part of its reclaimed heritage, well worth a visit.
Best wood country park also has its own car park which is free and you can go into the woods from there it is quite hilly and about a 30 minute walk to the playground at the top of the hill there are often horses...
Forest Recreation Ground
#7 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Watch and play football and cricket, run around the park, use the outdoor gym equipment, walk the dog, have a coffee in the cafe, picnic, park and ride a tram ... What more do you need?
A lot to observe...visit with the children at one of the two kiddy parks or solo visit the outdoor gym and make a public fool of yourself ....lol .... Interesting place but very pretty too...
Eden Softplay
#8 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
I had no problem parking but I can imagine it can get very crowded and not sure where else I would be able to park.
Woodthorpe Grange Park
#9 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
... very popular for dog walks, dogs love it and so do I., the tropical greenhouse is fascinating and the gardeners are busy all year round, they cultivate all the plants for nottinghams highways and parks here.
Just on the edge of Nottingham this little oasis exists, nice place to walk your dog, well maintained and well used park, well worth your time to explore now matter the time of year.
Pirates play centre nottingham
#10 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Rushcliffe Country Park Ruddington 4.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Ruddington
Walking, biking, sports activities, working out, train spotting, nature rambling, bird spotting, lazing around chilling, jogging, treasure hunting, geo cashing, play area, information centre, picnicking, school vi...
This huge park has a fabulous playpark, a BMX trail, skate park, dog play-park 2K, 5K and 10K trails (and a regular Parkrun), along with woodland, a lake, and miles of walking trails.
Burntstump Country Park
#11 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
I had the pleasure in visiting the pub a few nights ago whilst waiting for my mother in law who was at the Park Hospital having a procedure.
STAA@ St. Anns Allotments
#12 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Bulwell Forest Garden
#13 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Iremongers Pond
#14 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
There is a very well run management team looking after the place and you’ll find fishermen trying their luck for the big one at one of the pegs around, and photographers capturing those rare moments of nature.
Bulwell Hall Park
#15 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Footpaths snake through the woods, plenty seats to rest and chill, wood sculptures scattered around the park, accessible fishing lakes, a park area for children to play, exercise apparatus to use for the keep fit...
Nottingham War Memorial Gardens
#16 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Memorial Gardens
#17 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Colwick Woods
#18 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Queen`s Walk Recreation Ground
#19 of 19 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Great Central Railway - Nottingham Ruddington 4.5 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Ruddington
We went on a open top bus, saw beautiful model train layouts, visited the amazing country park next door, walked around seeing over 10 heritage trains.
On arrival was a huge car park with lots of play areas and walks for the adults and children and entry was free which for a Scotsman that was a gift.
Attenborough Nature Centre Attenborough 4.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Attenborough
Attenborough Nature Centre is great for a visit at anytime of the year, In good weather you can have many splendid walks around the Reserve from short walks up to 3 miles long, and then a refreshing coffee or tea...
Often take a trip to Attenborough Nature Reserve, it’s perfect for a quiet walk and you can choose either a short wander through the trees or if you have more time go further down by river and up towards Beeston M...
Colwick Country Park Colwick 2.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Colwick
If you fancy a nice pleasant walk or an easy jog then this place is ideal, you can walk around the complete park which is about 3 miles or you can go a shorter route if you want, very pleasant around the lakes and...
The park itself is surprisingly large, with plenty of parking and lots of trails.
Gedling Country Park Arnold 4.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Arnold
Beautiful walk lovely park just the parking needs further improvement Fantastic for the dog lovely views and great for the kids on the park
We took a walk round the park and the area is just beautiful with spectacular views and there's little carved animals with fact sheets on which my daughter loved.
Arnot Hill Park Arnold 3.4 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Arnold
Gorgeous park to walk round watching squirrels racing up n down the trees,then there's the ducks on the lake to watch,so relaxing a great venue for a wedding where my son is getting married in march the photos rou...
Had a very enjoyable walk through the park during the seasonal break.