Brewhouse Yard - Museum of Nottingham Life

Castle Boulevard
Nottingham NG7 1FB

The museum depicts the social history of Nottingham over the last 300 years. Housed in five 17th century cottages adjacent to the famous 'Trip to Jerusalem' public house.

Clumber Park - National Trust

Clumber Park
Worksop S80 3AZ

Former site of Clumber House, Clumber Park is a perfect example of Edwardian splendour with its bridges, temples, Gothic chapel and walled kitchen garden.

Creswell Crags Museum & Education Centre

Creswell Heritage Trust, Crags Road, Welbeck
Worksop S80 3LH

Creswell Crags is a picturesque limestone gorge honeycombed with caves and smaller fissures. Stone tools and remains of animals excavated from the caves by archaeologists provide evidence for a fascinating story of life during the Ice Age between 60,000 and 10,000 years ago.

DH Lawrence Heritage Centre & Birthplace Museum

Mansfield Road
Eastwood NG16 3DZ

DH Lawrence Heritage is a multi-award winning visitor attraction celebrating one of the greatest writers of the 20th century.

Galleries of Justice Museum

High Pavement, Lace Market
Nottingham NG1 1HN

The Galleries of Justice Museum is a heritage site housed in the old Shire Hall in Nottingham's Lace Market and made up of a range of Victorian courtrooms, an 18th century prison and Edwardian police station. For centuries citizens of the local community were locked up in the prison, stripped of their civil liberties in the courtroom and sometimes lost their lives, on the gallows of the front steps.

Green's Mill & Science Centre

Green's Windmill, Windmill Lane, Sneinton
Nottingham NG2 4QB

Once home of the mathematical physicist, George Green (1793-1841). Since we opened in 1985 thousands of people have enjoyed the opportunity to look around a working windmill, buy some award-winning flour, take part in an activity, get their hands on some fun science, admire the views over the Trent valley and enjoy a cup of coffee in the millyard.

Hodsock Priory

Nr Worksop S81 0TY

The priory epitomises country house style, with fine furnishings and a distinct elegance. The ancient trees in the park provide the perfect back drop to the long drive which sweeps under the archway of the Tudor Gatehouse, bringing you to the secluded setting of Hodsock. We have renovated the house using traditional, period and heritage wall papers, paints, fixtures and fittings - the rooms reflect as closely as possible the original 1829 styles.

Holme Pierrepont Hall

Holme Pierrepont
Nottingham NG12 2LD

Early Tudor manor house and family home to the Brackenbury family.

Langwith Whaley Thorns Heritage Centre

Methodist Chapel, West Street, Whaley Thorns
Mansfield NG20 9BW

Following a major refurbishment of the Methodist Chapel, the Langwith Whaley Thorns Heritage Centre is open to the public. A focal point of the village, the Heritage Centre tells the story of the area. Collections: The John Hyatt Collection represents the life and history of the Langwith and Whaley Thorns citizens. It reflects the impact of the sinking of a coal mine in 1876 upon a rural farming community and provides a snapshot of a period of great social upheaval. There is also a strong local photographic collection.

Malt Cross Music Hall

16 St James' Street
Nottingham NG1 6FG

Malt Cross Music Hall.

Mattersey Priory - English Heritage

Mattersey DN10 5DT

The remains of a small Gilbertine monastry, which was founded for six canons in 1185.

Mr Straw's House - National Trust

5 Blyth Grove
Worksop S81 0JG

Come explore our ordinary house, yet extraordinary home. An Edwardian semi-detached house, which the Straw family moved into in 1923, has remained virtually unchanged ever since. This life-sized time capsule has delighted guests for twenty years, providing a rare glimpse at treasured objects from times gone by.

Newstead Abbey

Nottingham NG15 8GE

Newstead Abbey is the ancestral home of the Poet Lord Byron. There is much to see including the poet's private apartments.

North Leverton Windmill

Mill Lane, North Leverton with Habblesthorpe
Retford DN22 0BA

A unique windmill that has never stopped milling. Set in beautiful rolling countryside, the windmill grinds flour and animal feeds regularly. Built in 1813 by a group of local farmers, North Leverton Windmill is almost 200 years old.

Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery

off Friar Lane
Nottingham NG1 6EL

A vibrant museum and art gallery housing collections of contemporary, fine and decorative arts, plus fifteen centuries of Nottingham history. All housed in a magnificent 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original medieval castle with spectular views of the city.

Papplewick Pumping Station

Rigg Lane, off Longdale Lane
Ravenshead NG15 9AJ

Papplewick Pumping Station is regarded as the finest surviving fresh water pumping station in England. Now a Scheduled Ancient Monument, it is unique in retaining all of its original features including its six hand fired Lancashire boilers and two James Watt beam engines.

Ruddington Framework Knitters Museum

Chapel Street
Ruddington NG11 6HE

A working museum presenting all aspects of the lives of a Victorian knitting community. Comprises authentic cottage living accomodation and workshops set around a garden courtyard.

William Booth Birthplace Museum

10-14 Notintone Place
Nottingham NG2 4QG

The William Booth Birthplace Museum tells the story of the life and work of William Booth, Catherine Booth, their family and the legacy they left to the world - the founding of The Salvation Army - currently the largest provider of social care in the UK after the government. William Booth was born at 12 Notintone Place, 1829, the first of Booth's several childhood homes. The museum comprises three Regency era terraced properties, the middle one - 12 Notintone Place - being the birthplace of William Booth.

Wollaton Hall & Park

Wollaton Hall, Wollaton Park
Nottingham NG8 2AE

Set in over 500 acres of historic deer park, Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Tudor building designed by Robert Smythson and completed in 1588. Following an extensive restoration programme, Wollaton Hall reopened with a number of new displays and refurbished rooms, including Tudor kitchens. Visitors touring the hall can now view the Prospect Room at the top of the hall, which gives spectacular views over Nottingham. The hall also houses Nottingham Natural History Museum. Wollaton Park's Courtyard Stables are home to Nottingham's Industrial Museum and Steam Engine House.

Workhouse, Southwell, The - National Trust

The Workhouse, Upton Road
Southwell NG25 0PT

Discover the most complete workhouse in existence. Built in 1824 the workhouse was a means of relief for the Victorian poor.