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Baby Sensory

A learning and development programme for babies birth to 13 months. Our classes are developed to offer a fun and interactive sensory experience for..... more >
Rushcliffe Country Park Mere Way, Nottingham NG11 6JS
Thu 9 May 24

Baby Sensory

A learning and development programme for babies birth to 13 months. Our classes are developed to offer a fun and interactive sensory experience for..... more >
Poppy & Pint Pierrepont Rd, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 5DX
Wed 8 May 24

Baby Sensory

A learning and development programme for babies birth to 13 months. Our classes are developed to offer a fun and interactive sensory experience for..... more >
Clifton Village Hall Village Rd, Clifton, Nottingham NG11 8NE
Tue 7 May 24

Glass painting workshop

Glass painting workshop Learn the art of cold* stained glass painting from an expert. Join our stained glass art class and learn all the skills you need to create your own..... more >
Stapleford Ln, Toton, Nottingham NG9 6GA
Wed 31 Jan 24

Portrait Photography with Flash

Do you have a flash and no idea how to use it? Let us show you how to take beautiful photos using your flash, taking your photos to that next level..... more >
Clumber Park, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. S80 3BE
Sat 21 Oct 23

Things to do around Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire offers a delightful array of activities for a memorable day out. Whether you're a local or a visitor, here are some fantastic options to explore:

1. Explore Nottingham City Centre:
- Begin your day by visiting Nottingham Castle, which offers panoramic views of the entire city. Don't miss the art gallery within the castle grounds.
- Next door, discover the Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard, where you can learn about the city's fascinating history.
- Visit Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, England's oldest inn, and soak in its historic ambiance.
- Immerse yourself in the Robin Hood Experience, where you'll hear tales of Nottingham's legendary outlaw.
- Descend into the depths at the City of Caves, part of the National Justice Museum, to explore life beneath the city streets.
- For those intrigued by the supernatural, venture to The Haunted Museum and uncover eerie legends that linger.
- Learn about Nottingham's industrial heritage at Green's Windmill and Science Centre and the Nottingham Industrial Museum.
- History enthusiasts can also visit William Booth's birthplace.

2. Shopping and Dining:
- Explore the streets around Old Market Square for hidden alleyway gems and boutique shops.
- Wander through the bohemian areas of Hockley and the Lace Market.
- Don't miss the Victoria Centre for a mix of shopping and people-watching.

3. Literary and Cultural Gems:
- Nottingham is a UNESCO City of Literature, so pay a visit to Lord Byron's house and immerse yourself in literary history.
- Say hello to the Batman statue, a quirky and unexpected sight.
- Discover prehistoric art at Creswell Crags, where cave paintings tell ancient stories.
- Explore the serene Rufford Abbey Country Park and its beautiful grounds.
- Roam through the gardens of Clumber Park, a tranquil escape from the city hustle.

Remember to plan ahead and check opening hours for these attractions. Whether you're fascinated by history, culture, or natural beauty, Nottinghamshire has something special for everyone!