If you’re still trying to find interesting things to do this May Bank holiday, we’ve got 6 fun things to do this weekend in Nottingham! If these aren’t to your taste, try out these outdoor activities or rooftop gardens.
A unique outdoor treasure hunt, this event is perfect to do if you just want to get outside. The hunt leads you around the city and takes you around all of the famous landmarks in the city. You get a map, compass and clues to find your way. Are you up to the challenge?
Are you ready for the drinks to go down? The Fat Cats brunch is £21.95, and you’ll get a Pornstar Martini on arrival, and bottomless prosecco for 90 minutes! Plus, you get any main course from the Fat Cat Specials or British Picnic menu.
A historic, beautiful park that is home to an important collection of over 800 trees (some of which have been there since the 19th century). This park is the ideal pretty picnic spot for this warm May Bank Holiday. Take all your picnic necessities and some tinnies, and you’ll have a lovely time!
Fancy a trip to Jerusalem – or, sorry, the oldest inn in the country? This pub is nestled beneath Nottingham Castle and is supposedly where King Richard the Lionheart and his men gathered for journeying to Jerusalem in 1189 AD. The pub has several bars, nooks and lounges plus a beer garden. You can eat there every day between 11 am and 10 pm, or you can warm up next to the fire inside, surrounded by history.
The Lace Market has over 1,000 years of history pouring out of the gorgeous red brick buildings. As the oldest part of the city, the Creative Quarter has its own distinct character. The former Lace producing warehouses are now home to shops and creative businesses, not forgetting the delightful upmarket bars.
Whether you want to go on a walk, a trail, or go and visit the legendary Major Oak – Sherwood Forest is legendary. It is the perfect place to go and spend time, before finishing the day with a cold pint!