Wollaton Hall and Deer Park
Featuring some of the best films and Fairy tales this holiday at this Grade I listed attraction. Thursday July 26th at 6:30pm, Sleeping Beauty will be brought to life by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company in an outdoor production set in the 1940s.
Also, if you are a batman fan, the Dark Knight Rises with special tours and family Bat Day picnics on Monday August 6th and Sunday August 12th. The museum is open daily, 11:00am to 5:00pm (entry is free) but there are some charges for events.
National Ice Centre
For school kids, this provides an excellent opportunity to learn a new skating skills. Get down to the city’s £43 million ice centre and maybe you’ll be the next star on the ice! for the public, skating sessions are daily, coaching is also available. Standard skating admission is £6 (plus £2 skate hire).
Wetlands Animal Park
Come and meet the animals here at Wetlands. They have Exotic animals, including monkeys, meerkats and camels. They have a Creepy Crawly Corner this is open for visits and talks, the children can learn about stick insects, snails, snakes, and many more. This park is open from 10:30am to 5:00pm and a ticket for the whole family is only £24.
Why not come and see the historic Greens Mill. It still produces flour which you can take home to make some tasty treats. The Mill offers a hands on science museum and also a park and playground. It’s free entry, with donations encouraged, the Mill is open Thursday-Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
Come and see Robin Hoods hideout and see the outlaws in action! See the Rocky Mountain Railroad at this fun packed theme park with the under 10’s in mind.
Remember, if the rain starts don’t worry as they have a Rodeo Corral, indoor play area and Crash Landings. For the adults there is a Cafeteria as well. It’s open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm and tickets for adults and children over two are £11 each.
Nottingham Cars offer a range of services including taxi, private hire and mini buses. For further information please call 0115 9700 700