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This is a lovely park within walking distance of the city centre but also easy to reach by tram or bus.
Lovely at all times of the year, once there you could easily be miles away from the hub-bub as it is so peaceful and...More
A very pleasant Victorian Park. It is a pleasant alternative to the centre and a few tram stops from it. Most people do not go beyond the aviaries which contain exotic birds. It looks a bit cramped for the birds but it was established in...More
Tucked away at the top end of the city is the beautiful Arboretum its a pleasure of a place to visit and have a walk around, nearby street parking, if you don't fancy the stroll past Rock City out of town. Chinese Bell gardens the...More
These gardens are a joy for the senses. The recent autumn season was wonderful. Always hard to believe that the gardens are on the edge of the city centre, as it is always so peaceful. Make sure that you save time to visit the cafe...More
A little haven of peace in the city of Nottingham.
This is a cracking small park to get away from city busy life.
I love it and end of summer/early autumn when the dhalia border is at its best and the later for the autumn...More
What a lovely pretty place. Take a long walk through greenwood trees, you could imagine you where Robin Hood yourself. This is an oasis in a rather busy town and a breath of fresh air.
There are often events here, so catch one if you...More
As a student i spent a lot of time in this park. It has amazing wildlife and trees. Although the bird cages are grim and a bit out dated but given the recent government agenda of cuts - i doubt the grounds keeps are to...More
This is just a short tram ride from Nottingham city centre or a short walk on a nice day. There are sill birds to see and talk to in the big cages. Also a great lake with lots of wildlife on and in it. Kids...More