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Celebrate Christmas 2015 in Nottinghamshire
With its festive markets, boutiques and independent shops and sparkling events spending Christmas in Nottinghamshire is a truly magical experience. From ice-skating to family pantomimes and theatrical extravaganzas, not to mention the chance to meet Santa Claus in his Grotto, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the run-up to Christmas 2015.
One of the highlights of the festive programme is the Winter Wonderland in Nottingham's Old Market Square. Browse the traditional market stalls, treat yourself to a warming mulled wine or skate on the ice rink in the centre of the square.
Another firm favourite of the season is the Christmas Art & Food Market which takes place at the beautiful Welbeck Estate in north Nottinghamshire. During the weekend, the Welbeck Farm Shop will be showcasing some of the area's finest local produce, include ales, cheeses, bread and chocolates made on the estate. At the nearby Harley Gallery you will be able to pick up unique handmade Christmas presents.
Many of our attractions will also be open between Christmas and New Year if you want to work off some of those treats during the holiday.
Find out what else is happening by clicking on our dedicated Christmas What's On listings. Don't forget to share your Notts Christmas experiences with us via our Facebook and Twitter pages using the hashtag #LoveNotts.
Ho-ho-ho-pe you have a Merry Christmas in Notts!
We have a host of special offers at restaurants, bars and cafes throughout Nottinghamshire to make your money go further during your visit.
From: Friday, 1st January 2016
To: Saturday, 31st December 2016