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Tourist Info

In addition to the Nottingham Tourism Centre, the county of Nottinghamshire is served by a comprehensive network of Tourist Information Centres run by welcoming and friendly staff who, with their in-depth knowledge of their area, will be very pleased to assist you in getting the most from your visit.

Our well-informed staff can help with finding places to stay, to eat and to visit whether you are here on a family break looking for days out in search of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest or if you are here simply for a business trip.

Nottinghamshire’s tourist information centres also stock a range of high-quality souvenirs and, in most centres, a selection of local produce. To supplement the tourist information centres there are also a number of Information Points. 

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Number of items: 6

  1. Sherwood Forest Country Park & Visitor Centre

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    Sherwood Forest Country Park & Visitor Centre

    Type

    Forest

    Edwinstowe

    Once part of a royal hunting forest, Sherwood Forest Country Park covers 450 acres and incorporates some truly ancient areas of native woodland where slender birch trees grow alongside more than one thousand veteran oaks ? most of which are over 500 years old.

    The largest and most famous of...

  2. Visitor Gateway Newark

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    Visitor Gateway Newark

    Newark

    Whether you're planning to visit Newark or Southwell the Visitor Gateway can help you plan and enjoy your stay with our extensive range of information.

    The Visitor Gateway aims to reach more people than ever through new films showcasing the best the district has to offer and interactive...

  3. Southwell Tourist Information Centre

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    Southwell Tourist Information Centre

    Southwell

    Often referred to as the jewel in Nottinghamshire's crown, Southwell has many delights to offer and is rich in historical and architectural interest. At the centre of the market town is the Minster with its pepper pot towers and a vibrant traditional high street with many old fashioned pubs. Neaby...

  4. Hucknall

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    Hucknall

    South Street, Hucknall

    Hucknall is a town to the north of Nottingham and is famous for it's industrial links to the Nottinghamshire coal mining heritage. It is the birth place of composer Eric Coates as well as being the final resting place of Lord Byron.

    Easily accessibly from the city of Nottingham by tram and the...

  5. Worksop Priory

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    Worksop

    Memorial Avenue, Worksop

    Believed to have been in existence since Anglo Saxon times, this unique market town in the north of Nottinghamshire is aptly dubbed the ‘gateway to the Dukeries’. This influence is even reflected in the town centre.

    At Bridge Street and Bridge Place – the heart of Worksop’s thriving retail...

  6. Nottingham Tourism Centre

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    Nottingham Tourism Centre

    Type

    Shop

    Nottingham

    The award winning Nottingham Tourism Centre, located on Smithy Row, offers friendly information and advice to visitors to Nottingham including accommodation booking services and information on events and attractions. Locally produced gifts and souvenirs are also available, including Nottingham...

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