Things to do
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Nottingham Castle is Currently closed for a £30m Heritage Lottery Fund transformation, the site comprises a magnificent 17th-century ducal mansion built on the site of the medieval castle; now a museum and art gallery with impressive sandstone caves beneath.
If you love nature, a visit to Highfields Park is a must. Enjoy a luxurious 62-acre green space brimming with exotic trees and plants. There’s a special play area for the little ones and special events held in the Lakeside Art Centre.
City of Caves
City of Caves is a great day out in Nottingham. It’s part of a maze of over 500 sandstone caves underneath the streets from the dark ages. Explore the history of caves and find out what happened inside.
Nottingham Industrial Museum
If you’re staying at Eastwood Hall you must make a stop at Nottingham Industrial Museum. Learn all about the people, companies and industries that make Nottingham famous. Enjoy five galleries of the Nottinghamshire industry including companies, communication and textiles.
Stonebridge City Farm
A day out at the farm on a warm day is always fun, so why not take a trip to Stonebridge City Farm in Nottingham. This facility is open all year round so whenever your stay at Eastwood Hall you can plan a day here. Get up close and personal with a range of animals.
National Justice Museum
If you’re a history lover, the National Justice Museum is the place for you. In Nottingham’s Lace Market, you can enjoy original Courtrooms, dungeons and prison cells for true historical emersion. You can also partake in an interactive experience with modern galleries which exhibit collections relating to justice, the law, crime and punishment.
Nottingham Robin Hood Beer & Cider Festival 2019
The Nottingham Robin Hood Beer & Cider Festival is set to return this October! With its rivalling success the previous year, the festival will offer over a thousand casks of real ail and the largest selection of any festival in the world. Enjoy a range of beer styles from contemporary variations to old favourites.
Wollaton Hall and Park
If you want to see beautiful natural history, both old and new, Wollaton Hall and Park is the place for you. Enjoy the stunning Elizabethan mansions in 500 acres of breathtaking parkland with exhibitions, events programme and wildlife.
We Will Rock You
Get dazzled for the first time or relive an old favourite with We Will Rock You. This multi-million-pound show wows audiences every time. Written by Queen and Ben Elton, this show returns to the UK so catch it will you can!
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is coming to Nottingham. This fantastic play by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber is a family favourite seen by an estimated 26 million people. This performance is bound to dazzle and inspire you.