is a must for those staying in the area for any time. The Minster is a
magnificent example and should not be missed.
Pick up one of the guides for children, which are far more fun and
Search for the wooden mice and many other exciting items.
The chapter house is worth a journey to see, with world class stone
carving. You will enjoy some of the humour of those gifted stonemasons.
After visiting the Minster, visit the
Saracen's Head where Charles 1st was arrested.
The high quality antique and ladies clothes shops are worth visiting ,
but hide your cheque books.
Also visit the
Workhouse , run by the National Trust.
Also nearby is the
Horological Institute at Upton hall, Upton, on the way to
Newark. Display of clocks and watches.
Visit Reg Taylor's
garden centre at Normanton. This swan and waterfowl
sanctuary includes a 9 acre
conservation area with 6 lakes and over 60 species of ducks.
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