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Here’s a list of our recommended places to visit, making great days out for the family:-
A beautiful historic house set in a glorious landscape of gardens and parkland within the heart of Nottinghamshire. Experience the romance and mystery of Newstead Abbey, which from 1808 – 1814 was the home to the notorious poet, Lord Byron. Inside the Abbey there is much to explore including Victorian room settings, and the poets private apartments.
Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Elizabethan mansion in the heart of Nottingham. It is a prominent Grade One Listed building and following its major programme of restoration, visitors of all ages are welcome to visit the hall and park.
Discover the family home of a well-to-do tradesman in the 1920s. This semi-detached house, National Trust property offers a glimpse into the past: nothing has been thrown away for more than 60 years! Family letters, photos, clothing, Victorian furniture and household objects can all be seen in their rightful places, where their owners left them.
Rufford Abbey Country Park is set in 150 acres of historic parkland, woodland and gardens in the North Nottinghamshire "Dukeries". This peaceful and beautiful site features the ruins of a medieval monastery, a contemporary craft centre, gardens, woodland walks, children's play village, sculpture trail, and a lake.
Follow the path trodden by hundreds of paupers in the 19th century at The Workhouse (National Trust property). Explore the segregated work yards, dayrooms, dormitories, master's quarters and cellars using the audio guide, based on archive records, to bring the 19th century inhabitants back to life in the empty rooms.
See the first home of D. H. Lawrence where he was born on 11th September 1885. Today the museum is an astounding re-creation of a Victorian family home, which is brought to life through informative friendly guides. The museum lets you explore the very heart of working class Victorian life through the home of the Lawrence family.
Book a holiday in June and save 10% on all cabins with Forest Holidays in Sherwood Forest. And that's not all - in addition to the 10% off, you can choose one additional special offer below:
- Free bottle of Champagne (enter promo code BUBBLES10)
- Dogs go free (promo code DOGGY10)
- Free Teddy Bear's picnic, including Forest Ranger walk (promo code TEDDY10)
- Free cream tea and chocolates for all members of the cabin (promo code SCONE10)
- Free BBQ pack, local meats and 4 bottles of local ale (promo code BBQ10)
To find out more and book your stay visit the offers page on the Forest Holidays website.
From: Tuesday, 16th April 2013
To: Sunday, 30th June 2013