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List of places of interest in Nottinghamshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of places of interest in the British county of Nottinghamshire. See List of places in Nottinghamshire for a list of settlements in Nottinghamshire.

Ashfield

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Annesley Old Church
Annesley Old Church - geograph.org.uk - 1830919.jpg
Annesley Church Medieval church built in 1356 by the Annesley family. Grade I listed building
Scheduled Ancient Monument

Bassetlaw

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Chesterfield Canal
Chesterfield Canal near renishaw.JPG
West Stockwith Canal Shared with Derbyshire and South Yorkshire
46 mile-long canal, built in 1777, running 46 miles from West Stockwith to Chesterfield.
Site of Special Scientific Interest
Clumber Park
Limetree Avenue, Clumber Park - geograph.org.uk - 1052852.jpg
The Dukeries Country park Former seat of the Earl of Lincoln. Site of Special Scientific Interest
National Trust property
Creswell Crags
Caves Creswell Crags - geograph.org.uk - 90873.jpg
Cresswell Gorge Shared with Derbyshire
Limestone gorge containing the northernmost cave art in Europe.
Site of Special Scientific Interest
Idle Valley Nature Reserve
Bug Arch at Idle Valley Nature Reserve.jpg
Retford Nature reserve Site of Special Scientific Interest
Mattersey Priory
Mattersey Priory ruins.jpg
Mattersey Priory English Heritage property
Mr Straw's House
Mr Straws House.jpg
Worksop Historic House Edwardian house built in 1905 with an interior that has remained largely unchanged since the 1920s. National Trust property
River Idle
RiverIdleAtIdleStop.jpg
Markham Moor River 26 mile-long river running from Markham Moor to Misterton. Site of Special Scientific Interest
Serlby Hall
Hall Through the Trees - geograph.org.uk - 194752.jpg
Blyth Country house 18th century Country house built in 1740 by James Paine for John Monckton, 1st Viscount Galway. Grade I listed building
St. Mary and St. Martin’s Church
Blyth Church - geograph.org.uk - 53326.jpg
Blyth Church Medieval church built in 1088, with a priory that is one of the oldest examples of Norman architecture in the country. Grade I listed building
St. Peter's Church
St Peters Church Clayworth Notts - geograph.org.uk - 92797.jpg
Clayworth Church 11th century church with parts dating from a substantial restoration by John Oldrid Scott in 1874. Grade I listed building

Other

Broxtowe

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Attenborough Nature Reserve
Attenborough Nature Reserve Visitor Centre - geograph.org.uk - 763738.jpg
Attenborough Nature reserve Site of Special Scientific Interest
D. H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum
DH Lawrence birthplace museum - geograph-1814503.jpg
Museum Eastwood Museum dedicated to the life of D. H. Lawrence.
Durban House Heritage Centre
Durban House Heritage Centre 2013-05-05 16-37.jpg
Museum Eastwood Museum dedicated to the history of Eastwood.

Gedling

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Newstead Abbey
Newstead Abbey 02.jpg
Newstead Priory Augustinian priory founded in 1170, best known as the home of Lord Byron. Grade I listed building
Papplewick Pumping Station
Papplewick Pumping Station.jpg
Papplewick Pumping station Victorian pumping station built in 1881 to provide water for the city of Nottingham. Grade II* listed building
Scheduled Ancient Monument

Mansfield

Other

Newark and Sherwood

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
British Horological Institute
Upton Hall - geograph.org.uk - 4563.jpg
Upton Museum
Newark Air Museum
Newark Air Museum, Shackleton MR.3 (4229180808).jpg
Winthorpe Museum
Newark Castle
Newark Castle, 2008.jpg
Newark-on-Trent Castle Grade I listed building
Rufford Abbey
Rufford Hall from SW.JPG
Rufford Abbey English Heritage property
The Workhouse
Workhouse268.jpg
Southwell Museum National Trust property

Other

Nottingham

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Colwick Cutting
View from Colwick Woods park - geograph.org.uk - 861161.jpg
Sneinton Woodland Site of Special Scientific Interest
Galleries of Justice Museum
Galleries of Justice Museum Building.jpg
Nottingham Museum
Green's Mill
Green's windmill.jpg
Sneinton Windmill Grade II listed building
Nottingham Castle
Nottingham Castle Gate 2009.jpg
Nottingham Castle Grade I listed building
Nottingham Contemporary
Nottingham Contemporary - geograph-1825342.jpg
Nottingham Museum
Nottingham Transport Heritage Centre
Three operational NTHC buses.JPG
Ruddington Museum Museum dedicated to transport, housed in the northern terminus of the Great Central Railway.
Wollaton Hall
Wollaton Hall Nov2010.jpg
Nottingham Country house Elizabethan country house built in 1580, now a museum dedicated to natural history. Grade I listed building

Other

Rushcliffe

Name Image Location Type Description Notes
Holme Pierrepont Hall
Holme Pierrepont Hall Nottinghamshire.JPG
Holme Pierrepont Historic House Grade I listed building
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