Christmas Shopping in Nottinghamshire


Come back with a sleigh-loads of Christmas goodies after a shopping trip in Notts!

Nottinghamshire Souvenirs

No one says it quite like Notts does and you kind find our lingo stamped all over Dukki Design‘s merchandise and in the Nottingham Tourist Information Centre.


Independent Retailers

In Nottingham, you’re spoilt for choice for places to find one-of-a-kind gifts. Find beautiful clothing and accessories in the award-winning Stick and Ribbon boutique or head for Derby Road to browse the stylish shops full of bespoke homewares and gifts.

(Photo shoot 1112-025) Fashion event at Stick And Ribbon.


Nottinghamshire’s Christmas markets always come out ranked as some of the best in the country, with stalls of artists crafts at Patchings and Nottingham Contemporary or delicious festive food and drink for Tom Browns Brasserie or the Welbeck Estate. There’s plenty to buy and glasses of mulled wine on hand to get you in the festive spirit.



Looking to give something unforgettable this Christmas? Adrenaline junkies can enjoy riding a segway through Sherwood Forest, racing round a go-kart track or taking to the skies on a helicopter experience. Those who prefer to put their feet up and be pampered can be spoilt at one of our luxurious spas.


Local Produce

We’ve got all the ingredients for an unbeatable Christmas lunch with our award-winning farm shops and artisan producers.  For added extras and foodie Christmas presents, look no further than our delis, Mr and Mrs Fine Wine and home of Stilton cheese, Colston Bassett Dairy.






Posted on 17 November 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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