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East Midlands


The East Midlands, located in the heart of England, contains natural and cultural treasures worth exploring. Start your journey by visiting the charming city of Nottingham, famous for its legendary Robin Hood past and discover its famous castle. You can stroll through the old quarter of Lace Market and along the canal banks. For outdoor

View on the Hills near Edale, Peak District National Park, UK

Things to do and see - East Midlands

Go hiking, cycling, and enjoying the great outdoors
Peak District National Park
 
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Marvel at a Gothic masterpiece and climb its tower for panoramic views
Lincoln Castle
 
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Delve into the wonders of space exploration
National Space Centre
 
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Explore a place housing a range of nationally important collections
Derby Museum & Art Gallery
 
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Enter a medieval cathedral, once the tallest building in the world
Lincoln Cathedral
 
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See the legendary home of Robin Hood
Sherwood Forest
 
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Discover the land of Robin Hood in the heart of England
Nottingham
 
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Take a guided tour to reach a hilltop park with cavern tours
Heights of Abraham
 
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Observe and support the rehabilitation of rescued seals
Natureland Seal Sanctuary (Skegness)
 
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Visit a tram museum set within a recreated period village
Crich Tramway Village
 
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Take a tour of natural underground limestone caves
Poole's Cavern
 
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FAQ - East Midlands

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Events - East Midlands

June
Download Festival
This is a rock music festival that is usually held in Donington Park, Derbyshire.
East Midlands, UK


July
Stamford International Festival
This festival features a variety of arts events, including theater, dance, music, and visual arts.
Stamford, United Kingdom

Ashby Folk Festival
This festival celebrates traditional folk music and dance, with workshops, concerts, and ceilidhs.
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, United Kingdom


August
Rutland Water Festival
Rutland Water Festival is a lively and family-friendly event held around the beautiful Rutland Water lake in the United Kingdom. With a welcoming atmosphere, the festival offers a variety of water-based activities, outdoor performances, food stalls, and artisanal crafts. Visitors can enjoy a day filled with entertainment, water sports, culinary delights, and artistic discoveries amidst the picturesque backdrop of Rutland Water.
Rutland Water, United Kingdom


September
Derby Beer Festival
This festival features over 300 beers from around the world, as well as food, live music, and entertainment.
Derby, United Kingdom

Retford Beer and Cider Festival
Retford Beer and Cider Festival is a lively and vibrant event that celebrates a wide selection of beers and ciders from local and regional breweries. With a relaxed and convivial atmosphere, the festival offers beer and cider tastings, live music performances, and delicious food stalls. Visitors can enjoy a diverse range of flavors, styles, and brews while immersing themselves in the festive ambiance of this popular beer and cider celebration.
Retford, United Kingdom

Welland Festival of Arts
The Welland Festival of Arts is a captivating celebration of artistic talent and creativity. Showcasing various forms of art, including visual arts, performances, and workshops, this festival offers a platform for local and regional artists to exhibit their works and engage with the community. With a diverse range of art forms and activities, visitors can immerse themselves in the world of arts and experience the vibrant cultural scene of the region.
Market Harborough, United Kingdom


October
Nottingham Goose Fair
This is one of the largest traveling fairs in the UK, with rides, stalls, and games.
Nottingham, United Kingdom


November
Lincoln Christmas Market
This is one of the largest Christmas markets in the UK, with over 150 stalls selling food, drink, and gifts.
Lincoln, United Kingdom



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