Get ready for a spook-tacular celebration in Nottingham this Halloween! Old Market Square will be transformed into ‘Old Market Scare’ from 25th to 31st October, with thrills for both young and old; and, with seasonally scary events at both Wollaton Hall and Newstead Abbey, you’ll be spoilt for choice this Halloween!
Enter a magical world of wintery festivity at Nottingham’s Winter Wonderland! The largest event in the East Midlands, spend an enchanting few hours enjoying the Christmas market, attractions and entertainment – and, of course, sampling some scrumptious festive food!
Nottingham’s Beer and Cider Festival returns to the Motorpoint Arena next month, from 9th to 12th October. With over a thousand different real ales to choose from, Nottingham’s festival has more draught real ales than any other beer festival in the world!
On Sunday the 15th of September, The Nottingham Green Festival will be entering its 27th year at the beautiful location of Arboretum Park from 12pm to 6pm. In short, the festival is a place for people of all ages and stages to come together, learn and explore and try the latest techniques and activities that are environmentally friendly and socially ethical.
Nottingham’s Food and Drink Festival is nearly upon us, promising to be bigger and better than ever before! On 10th and 11th August, Nottingham’s Wollaton Park will be transformed into every foodie’s dream with all manner of food and drink, not to mention some spectacular live entertainment and activities!
Head to Sherwood Forest this August for the Robin Hood Festival – an action-packed, fun-filled week celebrating Nottingham’s famed “noble robber”! The Festival runs from Monday 5th to Sunday 11th August: now in its 35th year, and with entrance completely free, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy.
For a full week, Nottingham is hosting the Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity which focusses upon technology, engineering, science and maths within day to day life.
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Due to major redevelopments at Nottingham Castle, for the next three years the annual Robin Hood Beer & Cider Festival will be moving to the Motorpoint Arena in 2018, 2019 and 2020, with hopefully a return to Nottingham Castle in 2021 if this proves possible.