Newark’s historic Buttermarket is notable for its iconic Victorian entrance that provides an attractive route through to the Town Hall and Market Place. Formerly a covered market, the building now hosts independent pop-up shops, cafes and events, creating a...
Gallery 6 is a vibrant gallery space, in the heart of Newark, featuring work from established national and local artists, ceramicists, sculptors, jewellery and glass designers. Tel: 01636 676999Visit Website
As a visitor to Newark Golf Club you will be made very welcome and we hope that you enjoy the wonderful flat course, clubhouse and practice facilities, some of the best in the area! Tel: 01636 626282 Visit Website
Newark Town Hall has housed the Major and the Town Aldermen since it was built in 1776 by John Carr of York. The Grade I listed building is now recognised as one of the finest Georgian town halls in the country. Tel: 01636 680333Visit Website
Formerly an Augustinian priory, Newstead Abbey was converted to a domestic home following the Dissolution of the Monasteries and is now best knwon as the ancestral home of Lord Byron. Tel: 0115 876 3100Visit Website