The following attractions are located within 15 miles of NG11:
Rushcliffe Country Park - Amusement Park in Nottingham, . Contact venue on telephone number 01159215865 for opening times, entrance costs, and attractions/rides available at this park.
Discover a hidden world beneath the streets of Nottingham. Nottingham Caves are a unique 750-year-old cave system situated beneath a modern day shopping centre.
Entrance fee: £1.50 / 80p
Nottingham Castle is a magnificent 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original medieval castle, with spectacular views across the city. It houses a vibrant museum and art gallery with collections of silver, glass, armour and paintings, plus fifteen centuries of Nottingham history.
Entrance fee: £2 / £1
Weapon Handling DaysCome along and meet our resident weapons expert, swords, helmets, maces and axes are just a few examples of the medieval weaponry you can view, handle and learn about. Feel the weight of the chain mail that knights would have had to wear under their armour whilst handling a horse and weaponry.
Entrance fee: £6.95 adults £4.95 children £5.95 OAPīs/students
Travel with us through 3 centuries of crime and punishment reliving the lives, trials and executions of the most unfortunate inhabitants of the land. Experience a real trial in the authentic Victorian courtroom before being sentenced and 'sent down' to the original cells and caves deep within this historic site.
Entrance fee: £6.95 / £5.25
Set in over 500 acres of historic deer park, Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Tudor building, designed by Robert Smythson and completed in 1588, it is now the home to the city's Natural History Museum. Wollaton's Courtyard Stables are home to the city's Industrial Museum, Steam Engine House, Wollaton Visitor Centre and the Yard Gallery, a vibrant exhibition space with a changing programme of exhibitions exploring art and the environment.
Entrance fee: £1.50 / 80p
Colwick Marina & Country Park - Amusement Park in Nottingham, . Contact venue on telephone number 01159870785 for opening times, entrance costs, and attractions/rides available at this park.
Re-creating the experience of famous expresses of the steam age. Great Central Railway is one of the few places in the world where scheduled full size steam trains pass in motion on double track.
Entrance fee: £11 / £7.50 children/OAP
The Donington Grand Prix Collection is, quite simply, the largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars in the world. Five halls, with over 130 exhibits, illustrate the history of motor sport from the turn of the 20th Century.
Entrance fee: Adults £7.00 Children £2.50
Entrance fee: £2 / £1.20
Melbourne Hall is a delightful house full of history. Originally a rectory for the Norman Parish Church, it became the home of Sir John Coke in 1628 and has been inherited by subsequent members of the family to the present day and is now home to Lord and Lady Ralph Kerr and their young family.
Entrance fee: £3.00 - Adult £2.00 - OAP £2.00 - Child over 5yr
Royal Crown Derby china is known and collected throughout the world. The fine traditional skills have led to an international reputation for quality and creativity.
Entrance fee: £4.95 adults: £4.75 concessions
Derby Industrial Museum is on the site of the world's oldest factories, the Silk Mills built by George Sorocold in 1702 and 1717. Displays tell the story of the industrial heritage and achievement of Derby and its people.
Entrance fee: Not Available
A large collection of Victorian dolls, prams, cots and toys. There are also hand made character dolls depicting the Royal family and film stars.
Entrance fee: Adults: £2.50, Senior Citizens: £2, Children £1.50
Derby Museum and Art Gallery houses a wide range of important and attractive collections, covering porcelain, paintings, archaeology, history, local regiments, geology and wildlife. Paintings by the celebrated 18th Century Derby artist Joseph Wright, A.
Entrance fee: Free
Pickford's House, a Grade One listed building, was built in 1770 by the architect Joseph Pickford as his family home and work premises. Other houses in Friar Gate, Derby's finest Georgian Street, were also designed by Pickford, but Number 41 is the only one which the public can enter and learn what domestic life was like in early nineteenth century Derby.
Entrance fee: Free admission
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