Ezekial Bone Tours
Entertaining history tours are led by Nottingham's 'modern day Robin Hood' Ezekial Bone, aka Ade Andrews. In addition to the 2½-hour...
Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner (and dance) cruises along the River Trent.
Nottingham Castle & Art Gallery
Nottingham's namesake castle crowns a sandstone outcrop worm-holed with caves and tunnels. The original castle was founded by William...
Attached to Stealth nightclub; has a varied line-up of live bands and DJs.
Adjacent to Hart's boutique hotel, this contemporary restaurant has plush booths, ultra-attentive service and surprisingly affordable...
Wollaton Park, Derby Rd · interesting places nearby
Wollaton Hall information
Built in 1588 for land owner and coal mogul Sir Francis Willoughby by avant-garde architect Robert Smythson, fabulous Wollaton Hall sits within 200 hectares of grounds roamed by fallow and red deer. Along with extravagant rooms from the Tudor, Regency and Victorian periods, there's a natural history museum and industrial museum.
Wollaton Hall is 2.5 miles west of Nottingham city centre; take bus 30 or 2 from Victoria bus station (£2, 15 minutes, every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday, half-hourly Sunday).
The hall starred as Wayne Manor in 2012's Batman film The Dark Knight Rises .