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Wollaton Hall and Park

As one of the country's finest Grade One listed Elizabethan mansions, Wollaton Hall has a unique history to tell.

This magnificent site invites visitors of all ages to experience a wealth of beautiful architecture, exciting permanent and temporary exhibitions along with an array of wildlife, all set within a dramatic, natural landscape.

Look out for Wollaton Hall in the last Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises (July 2012)

Wollaton Hall and Park
1st July to 29th Oct 2017: Dinosaurs of China
Wollaton Hall Park & Gardens
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12th and 13th Aug 2017: Nottm Food & Drink Festival

12th and 13th August 2017

Nottingham Food & Drink Festival

It’s fun fun fun for foodies as the Nottingham Food & Drink Festival returns for its fourth year with another great line-up of Chefs.

Theo Randall headlines on Saturday, ably supported by Edd Kimber and on Sunday, Matt Tebbutt, the new Saturday Kitchen Chef and presenter headlines with support from Chantelle Nicholson. They are joined   by a host of other chefs over the two days, the Crabstock Boys, Tim Stamp, Liam Woodward, Jonny Pusztai, Linda Hewett and the interestingly named Craft Beer Boys with their own take on cooking with beer.

Travel the world without leaving Nottingham and the hefty price of a plane ticket by visiting our Piazza where you can enjoy global cuisine. The Piazza is a large central area offering both outdoor and covered seating, choose from a vast array of street food, real ales, ciders and wine.

Relax to the strands of live jazz with the Bill Bailey Band, who specialise in New Orleans, Traditional & Dixieland Styles

Be tempted - take home a memento from the food halls, stock the freezer or cellar, all from the fine array of food and drink from local and national food producers, available for you to buy.

Dotted around the show are all sorts of interesting features, Crafts Corner with live demonstrations of Glassblowing, Chainsaw Carving and working Blacksmiths, Children’s Workshops and the Bushtucker Challenge, to mention just a few.

The festival brings to Nottingham a touch of summertime, alfresco dining, master chefs, artisan food and drink, music, fun and hopefully laughter. So come along to enjoy yourselves, eat, drink and be merry.
It’s a great family day out at the Nottingham Food & Drink Festival

Open daily from 10am – 6pm

Prices on the day are
Adults £8.00. Over 65’s £7.00, Children £3.00

Advance reduced price tickets are available from

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