Try one of the many cycle trails on offer. The Dukeries Trail, running through the former ducal estates of Clumber, Welbeck and Thoresby, offers 32 miles of paths. Meanwhile, at Sherwood Pines, cycling is one of the most popular activities.

Top 10 things to do in Nottinghamshire this half term

Looking for things to keep the kids occupied during the holidays?

Here is a list of the top things to do in the county during this May half term.

A special out of this world event will run from Saturday, May 25, until Sunday, June 2, from 10am-4pm. The Space Trail at Thoresby Park gives you the chance to become a space explorer for the day.

1. Space Trail at Thoresby

A special out of this world event will run from Saturday, May 25, until Sunday, June 2, from 10am-4pm. The Space Trail at Thoresby Park gives you the chance to become a space explorer for the day.
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The Workhouse museum in Southwell might be one of the most austere buildings in the county, but it provides a fascinating day out for the family, thanks to a full programme of living history events, tours and exhibitions.

2. The Workhouse, Southwell

The Workhouse museum in Southwell might be one of the most austere buildings in the county, but it provides a fascinating day out for the family, thanks to a full programme of living history events, tours and exhibitions.
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The Cricket World Cup is coming to Nottingham this summer and the city is hosting the UKs first and largest Fanzone. Taking place to coincide with school half-term, from Thursday, May 30, to Sunday, June 2, from 10am-8pm, it takes place on the Old Market Square and is free.

3. Fanzone

The Cricket World Cup is coming to Nottingham this summer and the city is hosting the UKs first and largest Fanzone. Taking place to coincide with school half-term, from Thursday, May 30, to Sunday, June 2, from 10am-8pm, it takes place on the Old Market Square and is free.
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Sometimes it is just a good idea to let the children roam free in the wild to while away the hours, and what better place than Wollaton Park? See the deer and explore the grounds.

4. Wollaton Hall

Sometimes it is just a good idea to let the children roam free in the wild to while away the hours, and what better place than Wollaton Park? See the deer and explore the grounds.
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