The best places to visit in Notts according to your Zodiac sign!


Let the stars decide where you visit in Nottinghamshire with our Horoscope guide to the attractions in the city and county!

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Cancer’s are interested in spending quality time with their friends and family on meaningful holidays. Soak up some culture while exploring Nottingham Castle and the Nottingham Contemporary art galleries in the city and make special memories of your own in beautiful surroundings such as the Pureland Japanese Gardens.


It’s an ideal time for you to get in touch with your creativity. Head to Debbie Bryan and explore a host of workshops and crafternoons, they will help you discover your inner artist.  You may fancy visiting a museum or art gallery this autumn as well. There are three exciting exhibition taking place at Nottingham Contemporary or New Art Exchange. You may also like to spend some time near water this autumn, boat trips are highly recommended as well as visits to pubs and bars at the canal side such as The Canalhouse or the Riverbank Bar and Kitchen on the banks of River Trent.


Your loved ones will be expecting extra attention from you this autumn so make sure you don’t miss any upcoming birthdays, events and family celebrations. It may be worth to take your family and close friends for an afternoon tea at Lee Rosy’s or a nice meal at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill and spend some quality time together. It’s also a good time to do your Christmas shopping because if you postpone it, it may get a bit hectic for you in December.

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You’ve been working hard for the past few months dealing with a lot of stress and important decisions. It’s time to treat yourself to a SPA break at Eden Hall, Clumber Park Hotel or the Urban Escape at Crowne Plaza hotel. It will make you feel special and ready for next steps in both your career and love life. If you continue working hard and being determined good things will come your way so stay positive and motivated.


Leo’s suit lavish and adventurous places to match their big personalities. Be wowed by the spectacular architecture of Wollaton Hall, or explore the dramatic landscape of Creswell Crags to take in something truly special on your visit.


Get active this autumn. Spending time outdoors and enjoying fresh air will make you feel rejuvenated and ready to take on new challenges. Get together with your friends or family and try segways at Sherwood Pines or karting at Langar Karting and Quad Centre. Be brave and try something you’ve not tried before, it will make you feel great. Maybe it’s the right time to try a helicopter flight or bungee jumping? It’s a great time for you to be daring and adventurous so go for it.

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Virgos are brilliant trip planners – they love organising and fine-tuning details. They would enjoy tackling an ambitious itinerary, such as one of Nottinghamshire’s heritage trails, travelling around the county’s literary, Civil War or Robin Hood landmarks.


This autumn will be a quiet time for you but it may be worth to prepare yourself for a busy Christmas.  Chose to relax and get rid of stress that’s been building up for the past few months. Calm Water Floatation is an ideal relaxation spot this autumn, even if your spider senses are telling you to stay away from water we recommend you to consider floating your stress away. Spending some time away from your busy life would be a good idea as well, a weekend away somewhere quiet and close to nature will melt the stress away. Sherwood Hideaway with their Jacuzzis, Forest Holidays or Center Parcs are ideal choices for you this autumn.


Capricorns enjoy the finer things in life and so a luxurious break to Nottingham would suit you. How does lunch and a walk around the beautifully maintained Welbeck Estate before a stay in one of our exquisite country houses like Thoresby Hall and Spa sound?

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Social butterfly Geminis love soaking up the atmosphere of bustling towns and cities. In the daytime, you could explore the lively market town of Southwell. At night, try the popular historical pubs in the city centre to meet colourful characters – maybe even Robin Hood himself!


Libra’s are peaceful, sociable and enjoy being in the company of others most of all. They might like to try a group river cruise around Gunthorpe Lock before a long meal sharing delicious tapas dishes with friends at Baresca or Iberico.


It’s time for you to explore Nottingham’s independent shopping scene, cosy cafes and hidden gems that you’ve not visited before. There’s a lot going on in Hockley and Creative Quarter this autumn that you should explore. Grab your friends and have some fun in the city this colourful season, it’ll be worth it.



Posted on 04 November 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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