Nottingham Tops The Charts For Tourism Attractions.

Sherwood Pines

Tourism attractions in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire top the charts in East Midlands for visitor numbers in 2021.

According to an annual visitor survey conducted by Visit England into tourism attractions, Sherwood Pines and Wollaton Hall have come out on top for visitor numbers in the East Midlands during 2021. The region’s attractions have generally increased visitor numbers following the pandemic.

Sherwood Pines attracted approx. 705,000 visitors throughout 2021. During the same period, Wollaton Hall received approx. 651,000 visitors. The impressive visitor numbers published by Visit England’s annual attraction survey made them the top two attractions in the East Midlands. This has put them comfortably ahead of other big regional attractions.

Visit the attractions for yourself!

Wollaton Hall is a stunning Grade I listed Elizabethan mansion set in 500 acres of parkland. Whilst admiring the beautiful grounds for a walk you can also enjoy Wollaton Hall’s Titus T. rex is King exhibition along with all our Natural History Collections on display. Visitor information is available on their website.

Sherwood Pines is one of Midland’s most well-known forests! Filled to the brim with activity trails, play areas, the opportunity to hire a bike, wild running and mountain bike trails. Find out more about Sherwood Pines!

Visit England’s annual visitor attraction survey is one of the largest in the industry looking at visitor numbers. It surveyed 1,142 different visitor attractions throughout England in 2021. The survey is vital to understanding how the tourism industry is performing, general regional trends and how events such as COVID-19 impacted the industry.

Whilst you’re here, Wollaton Hall is part of the Heritage Open Days in September! Find out more about the free activities taking place.

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