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Welcome to Nottinghamshire, a county in the East Midlands, that's home to the legendary landscapes of Sherwood Forest where you can dive into the region’s rich history as you experience the stories of Robin Hood or explore Nottingham Castle, and enjoy shopping and dining in the modern, creative city of Nottingham


Head into the great outdoors and discover the intriguing network of caves that make their home here. Stunning sights around the region offer a fantastic day out and thirst will be quenched by some of the best pubs, bars, and cafes in the country - including England's oldest inn.

There is a great selection of highly rated primary and secondary schools in Nottinghamshire, making it the perfect place to make roots and raise a family.

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Living in Nottinghamshire

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Things to do

Nottinghamshire offers the chance to explore legendary landscapes and dive into rich history as well as enjoy city life with shopping and dining in the main city of Nottingham.

Immerse yourself in the stories of Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest, where you’ll find 375 hectares housing lots of different wildlife, fungi, trees, and plants. Wooded for centuries and once part of a vast royal hunting ground, Sherwood Forest is a unique place to spend a day.

Nottingham is home to Anglo-Saxon caves, Nottingham Castle, and the Lace Centre, where you’ll learn about the city’s rich history in the lacemaking industry.

There are plenty of things to see in this county for those in search of culture, from art galleries, cathedrals, and museums, including the Nottingham Natural History Museum.

Nottinghamshire’s country parks and gardens are always a popular place to get some fresh air and explore. With some attractions open all year round, Nottingham’s country parks and gardens are perfect for family days out with a picnic in the summer, spotting wildlife and enjoying annual events and festivals.


Nottingham is the place to go for some retail therapy; a small city with largely pedestrianised streets, it makes a day of shopping simple and enjoyable.

At Victoria Centre you’ll find your favourite high street retailers and large department stores. If you’re looking for something a bit different, the Creative Quarter, which stretches from the Lace Market and Hockley, is a short walk away where you’ll find an array of independent shops, selling wonderfully unique items. Other hotspots for independent and vintage shopping include Derby Road, Mansfield Road, and St James Street.

If you find yourself out and about in the countryside, you can get some more independent retail therapy at the many market towns in Nottinghamshire. Pick up local produce, freshly baked bread, and homemade condiments, perfect for lazy weekend mornings.


Nottingham Train Station offers links to other major cities like London, Newcastle, Manchester, and Leeds as well as to other parts of Nottinghamshire making a commuting as well as exploring the local area easy and stress-free.

The M1 taking you north and south to London is close by for people commuting by car and Nottingham City Airport is less than half an hour away by car offering flights to other parts of the UK as well as further afield.


With a vast selection of restaurants to suit every taste and budget, enjoy a delicious tour of Nottinghamshire’s restaurants, cafes, and bars. From elegant fine dining to relaxed wholesome pub food, Nottinghamshire has plenty to keep your tastebuds happy.

International cuisine is right at home in Nottingham, and the city’s ‘curry quarter’ has many world-class and authentic South Asian options. Take a culinary trip around the world with a choice of tapas bars, American burger joints, rustic French cuisine, and vegan and vegetarian eateries.

Nottingham has lots to offer the night owls too, with an array of pubs, bars, and nightclubs where you can dance the night away.

After a visit to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem you'll soon understand why this pub has survived the centuries to become a treasure of Nottinghamshire. As England's oldest inn, the pub is found beneath the cliff on which Nottingham Castle stands and was once a well-known pit-stop for crusader knights. It is said that King Richard the Lionheart and his men are likely to have gathered at this historic royal dwelling before journeying to Jerusalem in 1189AD, thus giving the pub its unusual name.

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