Tourist Attractions etc in Nottinghamshire
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Nottinghamshire Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions in & around the area of Nottinghamshire...

Nottinghamshire Tourist Attractions

blank tabTRENT RIVER CRUISESTourist Attraction
Trent Lane South, Colwick, Nottingham, NG2 4DS
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The staff at Trent River Cruises have years of experience in either event management, catering or entertainment and share one ensure that your time with us is as pleasurable as possible. The Trent Lady is the only boat on the River Trent with a galley that fully caters for 60 passengers. High quality food is prepared onboard and combined with the most comprehensively stocked bar on the river. We offer the most complete range of cruise packages for Corporate, Social, Educational and Private guests. Our new boat The Nottingham Crusader, originally commissioned for the St. John Ambulance is the only truly disabled friendly trip boat on the river (max.40 passengers). Voted Finalist 'Best Canal & River Boat Group Operator 2015' by the readers of Group Tour Operators Magazine!
Tel: 0800 952 1152
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Treswell Road, Rampton, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 0HX
This attraction is aimed at children up to the age of ten.

Based on storybook characters with indoor and outdoor activities, Angry Birds activity play area, it includes fairy castles, a witches cave and Father Christmas.

Tractor, Train and Water Boat rides.

Robin Hood ride, sleigh ride, and new indoor play area.
Tel: 01777 248274
Book online or find more info - SUNDOWN KIDDIES ADVENTURELAND

North Clifton, nr Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 7AT
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Award winning meditation centre and Japanese garden. Regarded as one of the best Japanese gardens and featured in "Inspirational Garden of the World" by the AA and the "Best of British Garden" by ITV. This enchanting garden reflects the natural landscapes of Japan with hills, waterfalls, ponds, and bridges, stepping stones, oriental plants and shrubs. Pagoda and tea ceremony house. People often state... "The most beautiful thing ever seen". Numerous awards include a horticultural award, and lifetime achievement award. Voted "The most amazing garden to visit" by Readers Digest, and situated halfway between Newark and Gainsborough off the A1133. Certificate of excellence for most inspirational man of the year. WORLD FIRST Crystal Garden made with crystals. Garden open: The last weekend in March until the last weekend in October. Meditation Centre opens all year round. Natures Heart Concert in the last Sunday in July at 3pm.
Tel: 01777 228567See our website

Edwinstowe, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9HN
Sherwood Forest is the world famous home of legendary outlaw Robin Hood. Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve is the most popular FREE attraction in the East Midlands* and home to the 800 year old Major Oak.

This 450-acre country park has something for everyone, from self-guided trails to the annual Robin Hood Festival. The site is managed by Nottinghamshire County Council and each year welcomes around 350,000 visitors to Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, which is located near the village of Edwinstowe.

Come visit one of the world's most famous woods! Admission to the park is FREE, with a small car park charge at peak times. *Visit England, 2012.
Tel: 01623 823202
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blank tabRUFFORD ABBEY & COUNTRY PARKTourist Attraction
Ollerton, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 9DF
Rufford Abbey sits in 150 acres of historic parkland, woodland and gardens in the North Nottinghamshire area known as the Dukeries.

This varied FREE park includes the ruins of a medieval monastery, a contemporary craft centre, gardens, woodland walks, children's play village, sculpture trail, and a lake. There are a range of special events taking place throughout the year. The site is managed by Nottinghamshire County Council and each year welcomes around 450,000 visitors.

Bring the family for a relaxing and inexpensive day out. Admission to the park is FREE, with a small car park charge at peak times.
Tel: 01623 821338    Fax: 01623 825919See our website

The Caves of Nottingham (The City of Caves)

Upper Level, Drury Walk, The Broad Marsh Centre, Nottingham, NG1 7LF
Tel:  0115 9881955     E-mail:

Discover a hidden world beneath the streets of Nottingham. Explore this fascinating subterranean attraction and see the only remaining underground medieval tannery in the UK. Take cover in the WWII air raid shelter. Find out about Nottingham's legendary ale in the pub cellar. Learn about the appalling living conditions in the Victorian slum. Situated beneath the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, visitors experience over 750 years of Nottingham's history told through this unique man-made sandstone cave system.

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Papplewick Pumping Station

Just Off the A60, Between Mansfield and Nottingham
Tel: 0115 9632938    E-mail:

Enjoy a fascinating day out at the spectacular, Victorian Temple of Steam.

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