10 fun things to enjoy in Notts this weekend

If you are struggling for ideas of things to do this weekend, take a look at this list of Nottinghamshire attractions to fuel your inspiration.

Friday, 17th July 2020, 4:49 pm

Below is a list of Notts attractions you could look forward to visiting this weekend.

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If you are looking for a fun day out with the family or some friends, be sure to try some of the many activities on offer at the Lockwell Hill Activity Centre.
Take an exciting trip through a network of caves that have been carved out of sandstone at the City of Caves.
Be transported back in time and visit the popular sunken coal mine museum at Pleasley Pit.
Enjoy a relaxing walk around the beautiful grounds at Newark Castle. Marvel at the ruins and be sure to maintain social distancing measures which are encouraged at the venue.
Treat the kids to a fun day out with pay-as-you-go attractions at Sherwood Forest Fun Park. The park is perfectly situated in a rural setting near the visitor centre.
Whether you are a cyclist or you prefer a skateboard, Asylum Skatepark is the only place for you to go when it comes to showing off all your tricks and skills.
Relax in the beautiful setting at Kings Park. Whether you take the dog for a walk or treat the family to a picnic, Kings Park is the place to go if you're in the mood to chill out.
Immerse yourself in the history around British Civil wars at a Museum dedicated to the 17th-century Civil Wars featuring diverse exhibits & living history events.
Explore a variety of exhibitions including a celebration of Mansfield's industrial past. The Mansfield Museum is a perfect option for a family day out.
If you are in the mood for a scare, why not visit the Haunted Museum this weekend? Home to wicked spirits and 1000's of haunted items, this is not for the faint-hearted.