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Places to stay in East Midlands
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About East Midlands
Robin Hood is only the beginning of your adventure
The East Midlands offers much to see and do at any time of year, whether you want to explore what’s probably the world’s most well-known forest – Sherwood Forest of Robin Hood fame – or stride out in the Peak District National Park.
As well as offering plenty to satisfy outdoors lovers, the area also has many stately homes, castles and gardens to explore.
The East Midlands also produces some very famous foodstuffs including Stilton, Cheese, the Melton Mowbray pork pie and the Bakewell Tart.
Five FREE things to do
Belgrave Hall, Belgrave, Leicester
Now a thriving museum depicting the contrasting lifestyles of an upper middle class family and domestic servants in its Victorian and Georgian Room settings and beautiful walled botanic gardens. Famous for its ghostly goings-on.
Oakham Castle and Rutland County Museum, Oakham, Rutland
Two places to visit and both free, they provide a great introduction to England’s smallest county.
The Silk Mill, Derby’s Museum of Industry and History Derby
The historic Silk Mill has become Derby's Industrial Museum. Major industrial names to which Derby owes its wealth and development are represented there.
Brewhouse Yard Museum of Nottingham Life, Nottingham
Housed in a row of 17th century cottages, it presents a glimpse of Nottingham life over the last 300 years. Peer into 1920s shop windows, visit the World War II air raid shelter and more.
Green's Mill. Sneinton, Nottingham
The 200-year-old Grade ll listed windmill is one of the few working inner city windmills in Britain. It was once home to the 19th century miller and mathematical genius, George Green.