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#1 of 2 things to do in Gunthorpe
There were lots of families having a picnic, paddling in the river and playing ball games.
There are lots of walks and picnic areas.

Rushcliffe Country Park

Ruddington 9.8 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Ruddington
... do.Different walks to suit different abilities,and beautiful lake with assorted ducks etc and stunning cormorant in the middle.Sensory garden and interesting facts along the way.Well worth a visit and a picnic.
Visited on Sunday morning, lovely place, well kept, plenty of signs and maps, definitely make it a regular for me.

Nottingham Industrial Museum

Nottingham 9.7 mi away
#2 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
We took a relatively short bus ride from the City Centre to the gates of Wollaton Park and enrolled up to The Courtyard adjacent to Wollaton Hall where the Industrial Museum is situated.
We were fortunate to visit on a heritage weekend wh=en steaming was taking place.

White Post Farm

Farnsfield 8.5 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...

Wollaton Hall and Park

Nottingham 9.7 mi away
#5 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
... grounds are vast, 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...
... the lake and its swans, the 19th century Camellia House, the splendid 16th century Wollaton Hall (which is now a Natural History Museum featuring countless stuffed animals) and the tree-lined paths throughout.

Stonebridge City Farm

Nottingham 6.4 mi away
#9 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
But best of all besides the wonderful array of farm animals is the cafe which sells home made dishes to delight...the best overall selection of meals I have found in any uk cafe...from fabulous mutton rice and tas...
... 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

The Arboretum

Nottingham 7.5 mi away
#7 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Amazing flower garden and lakes Great spot for Picnic or relax place.
I truly love this location as it’s so easily accessible and beautiful - a hidden gem in the city centre.

Papplewick Pumping Station

Papplewick 8.0 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Papplewick
After seeing this advertised on Facebook decided to give it a go.... wow !!! Amazing place to visit, very friendly staff and excellent value for money £3 and kids go free... great adventure on the bus attached to...
The highlights have to be the typical Victorian architecture in the pump house with ornate ironwork and stained glass windows being the backdrop for these magnificent beam engines.
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Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

West Bridgford 7.0 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in West Bridgford
Fantastically well organised, great staff on hand all the time to assist with anything, what an electric atmosphere it didn’t matter who won the friendship between everyone was phenomenal, family friendly.
There is a tram service and Park-and-Ride bus service... useful for parking away from the ground and walking in.

Green's Windmill

Nottingham 6.4 mi away
#10 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
... 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 trip.
The place is serene & beautiful .. it’s beautiful now with its mini science area & then you get to see his glory is produced .. go there often just to reminisce my childhood days .. beautiful place great for kids


Nottingham 9.4 mi away
#17 of 112 things to do 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...
The kids will love it here there's a kiddies park crazy golf and opening soon foot golf there's a art gallery in the grounds boating lakes a all round beautiful park.

Nottingham trams

Nottingham 7.2 mi away
#12 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
I tend to use the trams more than the bus as I leave my car in one of the park and ride car parks and use the tram to get to the heart of the city especially as most of the additional or seasonal attractions are i...
The Nottingham tram system from Hucknall through the built up areas of Bullwell via Hyson Green the large out of town car park at The Forest, Nottm Trent University to the city centre and beyond.
#2 of 4 things to do in Ruddington
Lovely miniature train rides for kids and adults alike for just 50p each, the miniature trains include diesel and steam engines with smoke, tunnels, signals, switches, crossings et all.
It was to be a little fill in pre hotel where we had chosen for an easy journey to our conference on the Sunday and as usual we were short of time to give the venue proper justice .

Newark Castle

Newark-on-Trent 9.5 mi away
#4 of 35 things to do in Newark-on-Trent
We come here afew times a year esp to watch the brass bands and the family days they have there's always a good crowd we take a picnic and its always a nice relaxed atmosphere it's also nice to walk round and walk...
Visited the castle today with my partner and did the tour of the towers and the undercroft , we were pleasantly surprised and the to guides Alex and Tom were brilliant!
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Southwell Minster

Southwell 6.2 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.

William Booth Birthplace Museum

Nottingham 6.5 mi away
#13 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Took us a leisurely 2 hours and this included the very welcome refreshments at the end of our time, when we could sit and talk further on what we had seen and heard about William Booth and his life and work.
Well laid out with excellent information boards, videos, photographs and interesting support material from the time, my interest was maintained from start to finish.

Old Market Square

Nottingham 7.2 mi away
#18 of 112 things to do 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,
Lovely markets and attactions - ice skating rink, Frozen themed childs swing, carosel, eating places and mulled wine bar etc. Lots of hand crafted gifts, shopping centre easy to walk around.

National Civil War Centre Newark Museum

Newark-on-Trent 9.7 mi away
#5 of 35 things to do in Newark-on-Trent
If arranging a school trip then there is a weaponry demonstration that the kids loved - playing with pikes and muskets, led by a brilliant expert who really knew how to hold the kids’ attention - and a really info...
Military historians are well catered for, but the important social history is also covered and the ramifications for society are brought home to the visitor.

Mr Mulligan's Pirate Golf

Calverton 6.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Calverton
Really well laid out and in a fab setting we had great fun.
We was struggling to find something to do we was a group of 3 adults and 1 child, we decided to go here and so glad we did.

National Justice Museum

Nottingham 7.0 mi away
#3 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
This building and its contents provide a fascinating insight into the law and justice in England over the centuries - from courtroom to cells, interactive games and informative video etc .-
Dedicated and extremely knowledgeable staff present entertaining and informative presentations to demonstrate the history of the court and prison.

Robin Hoods Wheelgate Park

Farnsfield 8.9 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...

City of Caves

Nottingham 7.1 mi away
#11 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
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.
The network of caves you have access to is not overly deep or extensive, but certainly gives you a good feel for what it may have been like.
#14 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Beautiful theatre Lovingly maintained, friendly and helpful staff Sat in dress circle, fantastic view Went to see Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake The legend returns.
Sound quality as good as ever, plenty of audience participation and the bonus of a small orchestra for some numbers.

The Workhouse, Southwell

Southwell 6.7 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...

Brewhouse Yard Museum

Nottingham 7.4 mi away
#19 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
There's also the old school room on a separate site, which I think some people forget but your ticket is valid for both.
The museum is housed in a row of houses built around 1700 with a separate school room.

Gedling Country Park

Arnold 4.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Arnold
We visited as our school summer term ended today - we had 9 kids with us and 3 adults - its high up , overlooking Gedling etc so can be a bit windy so take a jumper .The play area is great and reflects the mining...
It has a great cafe - Cafe 1899, nice relaxing atmosphere, fantastic delicious food, good value and friendly staff.

Bestwood Country Park

Nottingham 8.2 mi away
#30 of 112 things to do 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.
Great place for families to play, and have a picnic.
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Reg Taylor's Garden Centre

Southwell 7.0 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.

Eden Softplay

Nottingham 7.2 mi away
#34 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Set in an active church, Eden has a big frame in the middle, for your children to climb to the top, accompanied by 3 slides too.
The toddler area is a nice size, and it's openness means parents can easily keep an eye on both younger and older children.

Floralands Farm Park

Nottingham 4.0 mi away
#38 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
We had such a lovely family day out to floralands, my two autistic boys loved it, we got to feed the lambs and the chickens, the staff were very friendly and welcoming the garden centre was lovely to walk round, t...
She is nervous close to animals, but loved feeding the sheep, alpacas, and particularly the goats, AND cuddled baby rabbits, ducklings and a Guinea pig.