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#2 of 3 things to do in Stapleford
#1 of 3 things to do in Stapleford
Great pub with a great selection of Ales, spirits, and usual drinks.

Heage Windmill

Belper, UK 11.3 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...
we visited the windmill on a sunny day over the Bank Holiday weekend and were very impressed with the quality of the restoration and the knowledge and enthusiasm of the volunteers who run it - it's well worth a vi...

Nottingham Industrial Museum

Nottingham 2.9 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.
This is a pity as it is a great place to visit with a variety of interesting exhibits, and staffed by very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable volunteers.

Darley Park

Derby, UK 8.6 mi away
#1 of 74 things to do in Derby
Darley Abbey, close by, is worth visiting in its own right, with restored red-brick mill buildings, a top class restaurant, a great traditional (and historic) pub and an impressive weir.
Beautiful park , great for dog walkers , walking , running / exercise , watching the derby rowing club , rugby and cricket matches and training .

Rushcliffe Country Park

Ruddington 6.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Ruddington
You love this place lots of open space great park for the kids to play,information centre,skate broad park, great for Kite flying,dog ability park in the woods,long paths for bike rides plus markers for runners.
£1 to park all day and there is so much for young children to do with the ladybird trail, sensory garden, brilliant playground, BMX track, skate park, outdoor gym, ducks to feed and random things dotted around suc...

Wollaton Hall and Park

Nottingham 2.8 mi away
#5 of 112 things to do 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...
This is a great place for all the family it as The Natural History Museum, Industrial Museum, and park and garden ideally for a leisurely stroll and if you have one to exercise the dog Ample parking within the gro...

Framework Knitters' Museum

Nottingham 5.8 mi away
#4 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
The volunteer guides and the knitters are extremely knowledgable and passionate about the museum and their crafts and are delighted to share information with visitors.
They are planning to incorporate the Methodist chapel into the site but at present its a bit separate but again volunteers were happy to take me over and show in the knitting samples from across the history of sto...

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
... holiday there's always a different theme on too lots of activities and always a competition, the little cafe is a great place for a drink and a sandwiche very reasonable prices and extremely friendly staff.

The Arboretum

Nottingham 5.1 mi away
#7 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
It's lovely for an early morning stroll, if only to watch the ducks and ducklings.
This is a beautiful park very close to the city centre and next to one of the tram stops.

Pickford's House

Derby, UK 8.8 mi away
#2 of 74 things to do in Derby
This little gem is easily missed but it is definitely worth a visit (especially as admission is free) From Japanese art to Vivienne Westwood shoes via a Georgian morning room and even an Edwardian bathroom (for pu...
This is a quirky, charming small museum, with an eclectic collection and a small but fascinating show at the top,Derby Mean Time, on the first Astronomer Royal John Flamsteed.

Derby Cathedral

Derby, UK 8.5 mi away
#3 of 74 things to do in Derby
Centrally located and always worth a visit as it is very peaceful an interesting.
The peregrine falcon watching posts by the Derbyshire wildlife trust are fantastic!!

Charnwood Museum

Loughborough, UK 11.4 mi away
#3 of 23 things to do in Loughborough
Stunning displays, some interactive, especially enjoyed the Ladybird Books display, but all other displays on Loughborough history and the surrounding area were excellent.
I took my grandchildren to have a look at the dinosaurs they loved it.There is a lovely little café so you can have a cuppa and a bite to eat,well worth a visit.

Trent Adventure

Barrow upon Trent, UK 10.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Barrow upon Trent
went on the taster session with my 12 year old son, both of us loved it,a brilliant afternoon, staff friendly and very helpful, cannot wait to do it again,thankyou,dave and Thomas.
Leisurely paddle down the river, hoik canoe out at the orange marker and stroll to the pub for a lovely lunch, a cheeky pint and then Robin picks you up without any bother, and drops you back at where you started.

Elvaston Castle

Elvaston, UK 5.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Elvaston
I loved visiting here when on a little break up north in Jan! The gardens are stunning and it breaks my heart to see amazing places like this falling into disappear, There is so much history and the little cafe in...
The grounds are absolutely beautiful and well kept, I will come back and look a little more as we were so busy with the trail, Car park is reasonably priced and the park is a fab idea to have to wear the kids out...

Green's Windmill

Nottingham 6.2 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 windmill itself is very interesting to parents and children, and as another reviewer has mentioned the adjacent car park is free But it's also possible to book a bread making experience for the children.

Derby Museum and Art Gallery

Derby, UK 8.6 mi away
#4 of 74 things to do in Derby
The range of art goes from 'Old Masters' to original comic book sketches We enjoyed scones and coffee at the really nice coffee shop surrounded by superb Derby porcelain.
It also had delightful little cafe where you could sit admire some historic ceramics and refresh after pottering around the museum.

Papplewick Pumping Station

Papplewick 11.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Papplewick
A wonderful day out for all the family, those interested in Victorian engineering, those interested in the sheer ingenuity of our ancestors and those who marvel at our internal decoration for the beauty of it - on...
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...
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National Justice Museum

Nottingham 5.6 mi away
#3 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
This is a great attraction, and we have visited many like this up and down the country, but thing that really sets this place head and shoulders above the rest is the staff and actors, they are amazing!
A great place to visit to find out all about how the justice system has operated through the ages using original buildings that housed courts, cells and a police station .

Strutt's North Mill

Belper, UK 11.2 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Belper
... about an hour and was very interesting and Tony knew his stuff and was happy to answer any questions we had and encouraged us to take the heritage trail around the town which takes in the mill workers cottages .
Ursula is, to be blunt a pocket rocket of fun and with her, Christine and two other visitors who we just met while having a cuppa we had a wonderful chat and many laughs.

Stonebridge City Farm

Nottingham 6.2 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...

Felley Priory Gardens

Underwood 8.7 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 gardens and very good tea-rooms in addition to the plants on sale make this a very worth while and thoroughly enjoyable visit.

Attenborough Nature Centre

Attenborough 2.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Attenborough
... 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 at the Nature Centre, and a look around the shop.
This is a fabulous place with many walks to enjoy, views aplenty, lots of bird-life, trains, the river, visitors centre (albeit quite pricey) and very reasonable parking charges.

Markeaton Park

Derby, UK 9.7 mi away
#7 of 74 things to do in Derby
... the summer the Mundy Centre gets packed very easily for its water activities etc I love this place go see the model railway which is vast walk round the lovey grounds by the lake such a big and plentiful park,
For those wanting peace and quiet, there is lots of parkland, the Orangerie, where you can get a lovely cup of tea, a craft village with some fanciful little businesses including a very nice chocolate stall and a...

William Booth Birthplace Museum

Nottingham 6.1 mi away
#13 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
I visited during a day trip by train from Manchester, and William Booth's birthplace was on my itinerary.
It is such an inspiration to have a great Man of God do great works even in the city i'm in.

St. Mary's Church

Nottingham 5.6 mi away
#15 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
Mentioned in the Domesday Book and believed to date back to Saxon times, this is the oldest church in Nottingham .. but it has an ambience and a tranquility that transcends the centuries.
Mentioned in the Domesday book the church dates from 1377 with further additions added in the 15th century, it's beautiful stained glass windows are magnificent and the Gothic architecture so pleasing on the eye,...

Shipley Country Park

Heanor, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Heanor
Very nice place to go n chill out, very nice cafe there too nice walks and lakes to walk round and feed the ducks if you have children they would have fun feeding them
Lovely park with many and varied walks , long or short, great for dog walkers and plenty of places for children to run and play, good cafe

The Haunted Museum

Nottingham 6.9 mi away
#6 of 112 things to do in Nottingham
This museum comes highly recommended and definitely worth a visit.
I brought my Mum for her birthday and we loved it.

Chip and Pin Micropub

Melbourne, UK 9.9 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Melbourne
This award winning micro pub is a gem with excellent beers and ciders, and a few other things and great service.
Well worth a visit any time, a great pub with an ongoing selection of beer and cider.

Newstead Abbey

Ravenshead 9.8 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...
Fantastic value for money £6 for car park n grounds, £10 for Abbey itself it's huge plenty to see stunning inside, guides are awesome so knowledgeable, you are too cheap u should be charging more!!!
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