Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue

Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue

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Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue

Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue:

One of my daughter and I’s favourite places to take photos has to be around Nottingham Castle. They even have a fun red phone box there and we have often visited, for photos here.

Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue

Nottingham Castle Caves. So cool to look around.

Nottingham Castle Redevelopment: We visited inside a long time ago with primary school trip. I would be interested to go inside again. Because they have had a whooping £30 million upgrade and redevelopment. I bet it looks amazing.

Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue
The Robin Hood Statue

This striking monument in a quaint village square honors the local legend, Robin Hood.

On 24th July 1952, the statue of Robin Hood was unveiled by the Duchess of Portland on the Robin Hood Lawn. Just beneath Nottingham Castle. Read more here: Robin Hood Statue.

Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue
Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue
Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue
Nottingham Castle And The Robin Hood Statue
The Robin Hood Statue

Nottingham Castle Address: Castle Rd, Nottingham NG1 6AA.

Nottingham Castle Gardens (a few years ago).

What I Wore: Dress: Old (Asda I think) | Disney Dogs Shirt: Tu Clothing at Sainsbury’s |  Trainers: Nike Women’s Air Force 1 Shadow

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Admission Prices And Opening Times:

Having been closed for an exciting £30 million upgrade and redevelopment.

Nottingham Castle is also now open, offering a brand new, world-class visitor experience. Entry slots are every 15 minutes, starting at 10 am. Last entry is one hour before closing. For the latest price information click here: Tickets.

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20 Comments

  1. 30th June 2021 / 12:56 pm

    Claire, I absolutely love this dress on you! What a fabulous color and I really like the lacy details. You styled it in such a fun way as well! Nottingham Castle looks like a really fun place to tour! And how cool that there is a Robin Hood statute. I am heading to read more about it!

    Shelbee

    • 2nd July 2021 / 9:45 am

      Aww, thank you Shelbee. Not wore it in ages then burned it with the iron, grr!!

  2. 30th June 2021 / 1:01 pm

    I love English castles! My favorite would be Heaver Castle. And a perfect dress for such a place, very nice!

    • 2nd July 2021 / 9:51 am

      Thanks Nancy, whoo I have not visited Heaver Castle before. I am going to Google as I love to visit castles too. So much history.

  3. Tatiana
    30th June 2021 / 3:13 pm

    I love your outfit very much! This dress looks stunning on you!

    Tatiana

  4. Joanne
    30th June 2021 / 10:26 pm

    I just love all these old castles! You look beautiful in that dress.

    • 2nd July 2021 / 10:10 am

      Thanks Lisa. we never visited for about a year and a half with covid so it’s lovely being able to visit again 🙂

  5. 1st July 2021 / 11:17 am

    I adore castles! I’ve never visited Nottingham castle though. I shall have to add it to my to-visit list!
    You look great—I love that blue dress, it’s super cute! And that photo of you and your husband is brilliant. Love the angle!
    Hugs
    Suzy xx

  6. 1st July 2021 / 1:23 pm

    That looks like such a fun place to visit. I love your outfit too!

  7. 1st July 2021 / 6:22 pm

    I love the shoes with the dress!!!

  8. 2nd July 2021 / 3:00 am

    Looking nice and I would love to visit there. So very cool.

    • 2nd July 2021 / 10:24 am

      Thanks Patrick, such a cool part of history 🙂

  9. 5th July 2021 / 7:38 am

    I will have to visit Nottingham Castle some day – it seems so cool!
    Your dress look so cute and I love how you styled it.

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