WOLLATON HALL is a spectacular Elizabethan Mansion set in 500 acres of gardens and parkland! Explore the hall from different perspectives, the wealth and grandeur of the Prospect Room to the Tudor kitchen in the basement. Within the Hall is Nottingham’s Natural History Museum displaying a wide range of fascinating exhibits.
SOUTHWELL is a ‘little town of exquisite charm’ bursting with history. At the town’s centre is the magnificent Southwell Minster with its unique pepper-pot spires and Norman Nave – one of the finest in Europe! Its also the birthplace of the much-loved English Bramley cooking apple which was first cultivated here over 200 years ago.
The town of CHESTERFIELD is well worth a visit any time of year, famous for its 800 year old market and of course the unique and unusual ‘Crooked Spire’ of the Church of St Marys & All Saints. Discover how the ‘crooked spire’ got its twist and get a taste of history at the Chesterfield Museum.