Things to do this Weekend, 17 – 19 February


Here are 3 things you can do this weekend before the end of half-term. Feel free to share your suggestions in the comments section or by posting on our Facebook or using the hashtag #lovenotts on Twitter.


If you are into science, you can catch the Science Museum live on tour at Nottingham Playhouse all weekend. The show returns with more spectacular science, dangerous demonstrations and extraordinary experiments. You can also enjoy the Silly Science Show at Wollaton Park tomorrow.

Hodsock Priory invite you to their first food & craft fair this weekend. The fair will showcase the best of regional products, whether ceramics and crafts or cheese and pies. The Priory is also surrounded by beautiful snowdrops, making it the perfect day out.

The Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard is open this weekend and celebrate all things Anglo-Saxon. Drop by between 10.30am and 3pm and hear a group of experts reveal how ordinary people lived in Anglo-Saxon age.

For a full list of events please visit our What’s On section. Have a lovely weekend!

Posted on 17 February 2012
Featured author: melissa.gueneau

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