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8 Top Things To Do In Nottingham

By October 29, 2019June 30th, 2020No Comments

If you’re looking for a busier weekend away, Birdholme Wood is just a short distance from the city of Nottingham. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life and stay entertained with our top recommendations for activities:

#1 Watch The Panthers Ice Hockey Match

Nottingham is home to one of the most successful teams in the Elite Ice Hockey League. Playing at the Motorpoint Arena, the Panthers matches promise excitement and a great atmosphere for all the family. Buy your Nottingham Panther tickets, here.

#2 Get Up Close To Deer At Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall s a stunning Elizabethan country house standing on a small hill in the centre of Wollaton Park in Nottingham. Visitors can explore the house or enjoy walking around the lake and grounds of the park, which is famous for its deer population. Plan your visit to Wollaton, here.

#3 Go Paddleboarding On Colwick Park

Colwick Park is the ideal location to try the growing sport of Paddleboarding! Beginners lessons are held on one of the park’s numerous lakes throughout the year – giving you the perfect opportunity to jump on a board and try your hand at balancing on the water! See the complete beginners Paddleboarding schedule, here.

#4 Enjoy A Hint Of Nostalgia At Penny Lane Arcades

Penny Lane is a popular Nottingham destination that combines a bar, eatery and arcade games! Recreate unforgettable day trips to Blackpool pier with the fun games that will keep you coming back time and time again. Learn more about Penny Lane, here.

#5 Dine In Swinging Style At Mowgli Street Food

Mowgli is an exciting Indian street food restaurant that has swings for seats! Situated in Hockley, Mowgli’s expansive menu means that there’s something for everyone (and you’re encouraged to share!) Try something a little different whilst you eat. Plan your visit to Mowgli here.

#6 Bounce Around At Bungee Fit

Try a new exciting way to workout with BungeeFit! These fun and unique classes will see you easily master aerobic skills, do somersaults, spring upside-down, take to the air and more! There’s a number of beginner sessions for newbies, so book yours here!

#7 Meet Robin Hood With An Interactive Experience

A visit to Nottingham wouldn’t be complete without going back in time to the days of Robin Hood! Nottingham Castle is currently closed for refurbishment until 2020, but folklore enthusiasts can still enjoy the Robin Hood Experience, an interactive journey back in time. Meet Friar Tuck, travel to Sherwood and even stand trial before the dreaded sheriff! Plan your visit, here.

#8 Get In The Docks At The Galleries Of Justice

Based in Nottingham’s historic Lace Market, the National Justice Museum is a fun day out for all the family. Experience original courtrooms, dungeons and prison cells to learn more about the history of Nottingham’s justice system. Plan your visit to the National Justice Museum, here.

Book Your Nottingham Glamping Visit Today

Based just outside of Nottingham, Birdholme Glamping is the ideal spot for visitors to Nottingham looking for a serene escape just minutes from city life. To find out more about booking your accommodation, visit here.

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