The next bank holiday weekend is fast approaching! What does this mean? It means that there is going to be lots of exciting things going on in & around Nottingham for yourself, friends and family to enjoy. There is always something for everyone so… we have put together our top picks for everyone to enjoy this bank holiday.
Summer Outdoor Movie Screening
This is something a little different that you may not have done before… A summer outdoor movie screening. This will be going on from Thursday 22nd August until Monday 26th of August so there are plenty of dates for you to enjoy this over the bank holiday. This will be located at Wollaton Park and there will be screenings of A Star Is Born, Purple Rain, Mamma Mia Here We Go Again & more!
Brambly Hedge Summer Story Trail
Head down to Thoresby Park with the whole family with the mice of Brambly Hedge to enjoy a very, very special celebration among the magical trails of the park this bank holiday weekend. This will provide a fun filled activity for you to enjoy with your children and give them something a little different to look forward to.
Chateaubriand & Wine Night
On Friday the 23rd of August yourself and friends or a loved one can head down to the Hart’s Hotel & Kitchen with the head chef Martin Sludds. Enjoy the ultimate Chateaubriand and a bottle of Chateau Violette Moulis. This is the perfect opportunity to have a date night for two this weekend if you’re a steak and wine lover.
All aboard the Nutty Nottingham Comedy Tour… The sheriff is in town! If you’re looking for a unique activity this weekend whilst also visiting a few spots around Nottingham that you maybe weren’t expecting them this comedy tour is for you. You can attend on both Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th!
Robin Hood Town Tour
If you’re looking for a tour which is family friendly and love the story of Robin Hood, then the Robin Hood Town Tour is the perfect activity for you this bank holiday. On Saturday the 24th of August you will have the opportunity to follow a trail of interesting historical facts through an excellent, theatrical exploration of the legend… Robin Hood.
Summer Story Telling
Ahoy there! On Saturday the 24th of August you can enjoy some summer storytelling at the D.H Lawrence Birthday Museum. Your children can enjoy stories told of pirate adventures and engaging in some fun map and pirate hat making, with a treasure hunt!