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Newstead Abbey

Newstead Abbey is a beautiful historic house converted from a monastery, set in extensive formal gardens and parkland. It is the former home of the poet Lord Byron, and many of his possessions can still be seen. 

Newstead Abbey is located off the main A60 between Nottingham and Mansfield. 
Newstead Abbey
1st and 2nd July 2017: East Mids Flower Show
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A wide variety of events and activities take place at Newstead Abbey during the year. Past events have included a Jane Austen Ball, Victorian weekends, and outdoor theatre productions. 

In addition to the regular displays at Newstead Abbey, there is a changing program of small-scale displays. Private, themed tours are available at Newstead Abbey throughout the year, and education and outreach sessions are on offer to bring children and adults alike into closer contact with Newstead Abbey and its fascinating past.


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