From museums to indoor skateparks take a look at where you can now visit. Remember to check if you need to book tickets before you visit.
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1. The Royal Lancers and Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Museum, Thoresby Park Courtyard, Perlethorpe
The open three days a week, Wednesday to Fridays, from 10:30 am to 4pm, the museum covers the British cavalry, from the days of the horseback charge to present-day operations in Iraq and Afghanistan . A spokesman said: "For safety reasons some attractions of a “hands on nature” have been temporarily withdrawn, but there is still plenty to see and enjoy."
2. Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre, Welbeck
Outdoor spaces with trails, cafe and museum, which displays a number of objects unearthed at Creswell Crags, will open August 1. Cave tours will not be available immediately.
Photo: Brian Eyre
3. Rebecca Adlington Swimming Centre, Westdale Road, Mansfield
Gym, workout classes and lane swimming is back open for people over 16. Changing rooms open for post swim change only.
Photo: Roger Grayson
4. Mansfield Superbowl, Stockwell Gate, Mansfield
Opening August 1 you can book your bowling tickets from July 29 on 01623 462000.
Photo: Sarah Washbourn