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#1 of 6 things to do in Ollerton
... & Judy show when we went) Duck & geese food available - £1 Boat rides Highly original crazy golf Lovely walk round the lake or in the woods; pushchair accessible Abbey to visit Gift shops Plants to buy Parking...
... great history of the place and the grounds are well laid out with lovely walks, ducks,squirrels an amassing place to take the family to visit, it has a restaurant a cafe and you can even bring your own picnic.
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#3 of 6 things to do in Ollerton
Baby area is clean with jumperoos and bouncers, and there's even a book section and mini play kitchen/toy area.

Vicar Water Country Park

Clipstone 5.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Clipstone
... is a great number of different length and style routes you can take whihc adds variety and allows you to decide if you want just a 30 min - 1 hour or a longer walk around some very nice and varied countryside.
Had a lovely walk here on Wednesday, the weather was perfect, love to come here it’s near where we live and well worth it great walks round the lake.

Creswell Crags

Worksop 8.3 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Worksop
... though - great space for picnics and playing - play area where you can climb a woolly mammoth - lovely walk around the lake with small stream surrounded by impressive gorge with caves to view - great for scram...
The visitors centre is superb, friendly helpful staff, modern, clean and has toilets, raised cafe overlooking bird feeding areas as well as art, gift shop etc. Parking is £3 per car all day payable in cash at a me...
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White Post Farm

Farnsfield 6.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Farnsfield
The kids loved the indoor slopes too Great to have so many spaces to eat our lunch a especially indoor picnic friendly areas!! Parks and play areas were excellent , and perfect mix for our 2 and 6 year olds.
Although my family are all over 16 we had a lovely afternoon here , getting up close and feeding the animals is amazing , baby goats were born while we were there , loved the reindeer , i saw plenty of things fo...

Sherwood Pines Forest Park

Mansfield 3.8 mi away
#2 of 25 things to do in Mansfield
This place is amazing .There are great walks, fabulous cycle trails , brilliant natural and exciting play areas and lovely picnic spots.We took a picnic , and then at the end of the day had a coffee on the veranda...
Appropriate for all ages, we saw a family with grandparents riding on Segway’s, dog walkers, keen cyclists, cyclists of all ages and abilities, families and groups of young people on the activity trails; climbing...

Kings Park

Retford 8.7 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Retford
... and also plenty space to wander and have picnics when the weather is good , also there are panto's outdoors held through the School holidays in Summer , so worth the time taken to visit this pearl of Retford
Love this place, they is lots quite areas to picnic, sunbath are just relax with a book, the play park area is great for all age children and lots of open space for ball game, and dog walking.

Clumber Park

Worksop 4.5 mi away
#6 of 15 things to do in Worksop
... walks, cycle trails, and various food outlets (including an ice-cream parlour, a tea shop in the walled garden, and a dog-friendly cafe), as well as a very good NT shop, plant shop, and second-hand book shop.
The amazing glasshouses the lake and the unique chapel of St Mary of the Virgin- a full afternoon is needed, a full day if planned with a family and picnic.
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Centre Parcs

Rufford 2.9 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Rufford
Stayed in an executive lodge that housed 8, we all had a great time over the 5 days trying the Indian and French restaurants, we also tried segways, quad biking, Pedlos and we also went in the pool each day and al...
This week, the last week in September, my husband,son and his family all came to stay, we stayed in an adapted woodland lodge, for disabled, the lodge was great , very clean, very well set out, and loads of room,...

Go Ape Sherwood

Edwinstowe 2.2 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Edwinstowe
Such great fun, thanks to Chris who greeted us warmly, clearly explained all we needed to know and led us through a very scenic and fun route between trees and roots.
Set in a beautiful location, the staff were friendly and helpful, felt as safe as houses, good 2-3 hours of exhilarating fun, highly recommend!!!

Southwell Minster

Southwell 9.2 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Southwell
... jewel in the beautiful little town of Southwell a real gem of a location, you dont have to be religious to enjoy his lovely Minster such a great place to visit and learn of the history of this gorgeous Church.
Add to that the Chapter House and the ruins of the Archbishops Palace and gardens and you have an amazing location for music, history and Church visitors alike.

Sherwood Forest

Nottinghamshire, UK 1.8 mi away
#53 of 304 things to do in Nottinghamshire
There is a good restaurant with ample seating both indoors and outdoors so dogs are welcome, a well stocked shop with all things “Robin Hood” and a range of gifts and pocket money toys.
Walks are easy and stunning, history in the forest 'cave' as you enter visitors area well worth a visit and gift shop v reasonably priced.
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Sherwood Forest Trekking Centre

Edwinstowe 2.1 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Edwinstowe
My daughter has been going here for 4 years, the staff are super friendly, helpful and knowledgeable and have helped my daughter enjoy progressing from just enjoying horses to helping and progressing her riding sk...
It was a beautiful day, with some beautiful horses and the ladies that run the yard were a good laugh, making you feel relaxed at all times.
#1 of 2 things to do in Laxton
As per the exhibit's name, this exhibit takes you on a Journey through history in the eyes of an evacuee and, with the brilliant tour guide Alan with us, we were given an emotional and poignant trip through his eyes.
a really emotional and educational place to visit ,loads to see and things for the younger visitors too ,fantastic cafe that offers home made food at reasonable prices and the staff were so helpful and nice chatte...
#1 of 6 things to do in Tuxford
It's a must to visit food excellent bread cakes all home made staff very friendly, menu good selection hosts are very nice the wife runs the kitchen her husband in charge of mill plus he helps out in restaurant.
Third time I've visited, this time with my Mum and family, including my nieces and nephews.

Robin Hoods Wheelgate Park

Farnsfield 6.8 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Farnsfield
Absolutely love this place great for kids and adults when visiting take your bathers for the water park well worth going once you go you will always go back great value for money plenty of rides and food places al...
There's lots for everyone to enjoy,both outside and indoors.There's also animals,&butterfly house The rides are suitable for a range of ages.The water park is absolutely brilliant with chairs and sunbeds for the l...

Reg Taylor's Garden Centre

Southwell 8.7 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Southwell
Well this was a very pleasant surprise and it was a joy to wander around the lakes in the tranquillity of this wonderful sanctuary for wildfowl of all varieties.
Love Reg Taylors, quality all the way from gifts to plants etc. Coffee shop excellent and the afternoon tea is a delight and good value for money.

The Workhouse, Southwell

Southwell 9.3 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Southwell
Stopped off on our way to Lincoln and found it fascinating The staff / volunteers very helpful and doing their best to make it interesting A little cafe on site serving coffee and food that is the usual NT high st...
Although I was disappointed I must stress that this a unique place and well worth a visit, it is a very emotional National Trust property and I also recommend the guided outdoor tour which is available at 11 and 1...
#3 of 12 things to do in Edwinstowe
we had a lovely wander round the varies shops, a lovely jewellery shop all handmade, excellent!
Nice cafe and opposite the new RSPB visitor centre, it's a great way to spend a few hours

St Mary's Church

Edwinstowe 1.9 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Edwinstowe
Well worth the visit and we made a small donation.
Apparently this is where Robin Hood and Maid Marion were married by Friar Tuck.
#15 of 35 things to do in Newark-on-Trent
This was my first visit, & I was very impressed - although space is limited, there is an interesting collection of militaria, & a very comprehensive amount of information on military history, covering everything f...
The staff are very friendly and helpful, and will carry out historical enquiries for people trying to find out about the military history of their families, for a donation to the museum to support their running co...

Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre

Edwinstowe 2.0 mi away
#5 of 12 things to do in Edwinstowe
Great for dog walkers, plenty of different walks to take, toilets and café available and Edwinstowe is only a little walk away with shops and food establishments.
We visited Sherwood Forest today and enjoyed a great picnic and then a walk to see the Major Oak which is a very ancient tree with legendary status.
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