Robin Hood Theatre Company Limited
The Robin Hood Theatre is a small, rural 150-seat venue. It is run by volunteers, producing five amateur shows per year. We also have visiting professional companies and a youth group meeting weekly. The venue is also available to hire for special events such as parties, weddings etc.
Tel: 07733 179986Visit Website
Newark Heritage Barge
A museum set up to tell the story of our local river history. The collections, archives and learning resource are housed in the hold of the last remaining River Trent unpowered barge.
Tel: 079715 89612Visit Website
Pure Land Japanese Garden
Award-winning Japanese garden including water, Carp, bamboo, maples, cherry, lanterns and pagodas, blended with a dash of English plants. A case of East meets West in radiant harmony! Also featuring a stunning crystal garden.
Tel: 01777 228567 Visit Website
Newark Antiques Centre
One of the largest antique centres in the region, offering antique furniture/books/porcelain/coins/militaria/silver/vintage textiles etc. We also offer a tearoom in our premises.
Tel: 01636 605504Visit Website
A beautiful art deco theatre showing a broad range of shows from drama to comedy, kids shows to live music and, of course, the fantastic annual panto!
Tel: 01636 655755Visit Website
Southwell Minster is a superb Cathedral and Minster Church with a Norman Nave which is one of the finest in Europe.
Tel: 01636 812649Visit Website
St. Mary Magdalene Church
A magnificent medieval parish church in the heart of Newark. Well worth a visit and a cup of tea or coffee on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday mornings
Tel: 01636 706473Visit Website
Eden Hall Day Spa
Whether you crave the complete calm of the elegant and tranquil surroundings, or long to be pampered and preened, Eden Hall will make your day unquestionably memorable.
Tel: 01636 525555Visit Website
St Mary's Church
St Mary's Church is a beautiful and ancient place of worship in the heart of Sherwood Forest and said to be the location of the marriage between Robin Hood and Maid Marian!
Tel: 01623 822430Visit Website
Sherwood Forest Art and Craft Centre
Welcome to the Sherwood forest Art and Craft Centre situated in the heart of Sherwood forest known as Robin Hood country. The Craft Centre exudes historic charm and is the place to visit to shop and eat.
Tel: 01623 823202Visit Website
Museum of Timekeeping
A fascinating collection of clocks, watches and timepieces, based at the home of the British Horological Institute in Upton, near Southwell. Discover more about the museum’s ticking treasures, plus visitor information on our website!
Tel: 01636 817 601Visit Website
Newark Town Hall Museum & Art Gallery
A town centre, family friendly museum with something for everyone to enjoy. Bring your children to try on and dress up as a Mayor or as a Georgian lady.
Tel: 01636 680333Visit Website
Offering two hour river trips to the disabled, community groups, care homes etc. of 12 persons maximum. Seating is inside or outside. All of our skippers and crew are fully trained.
Tel: 07879 420915Visit Website
beloved@thebarn in Southwell is a contemporary art gallery and studio, and a creative space for holding workshops and events. Check the website for opening days and times.
Tel: 07519 826819Visit Website
National Civil War Centre
Discover how the people of Newark survived three sieges by dodging cannon fire and hammering flat family silver to make coins, only for plague to ravage the town. Put yourself on the front line, feel the weight of armour and weapons and aim to destroy the Governor’s House as a Parliamentarian gunner.
Tel: 01636 655765Visit Website
Laxton Visitor Centre
Visitor Centre explaining the working of the last Open Field Village in England. Our Museum features free interactive web access and guide booklets. Mugs and walk leaflets are also available for a small charge.
Tel: 01777 871586Visit Website
Historic visitor attraction first mentioned in the Domesday Book. The Palace hosted many of the early Kings of England and played a key role in the Civil War.
Tel: 01636 812649Visit Website