Nottingham Museums provide educational workshops to schools on heritage sites. These sessions are popular and interactive catering to curriculum and Key Stage themes. You can search for events by a specific heritage site, Key Stage, or simply view all.

Wollaton Hall is a magnificent late Elizabethan mansion, set in a 500-acre park containing formal gardens, an ornamental lake and avenues of trees. The park has many diverse habitats including grassland, wetland and woodland.

Founded as a monastic house in the late twelfth century, Newstead Abbey - set in a glorious landscape of gardens and parkland - retains its medieval cloisters and the West Front of the priory church.

For further information or to make a booking contact the Schools Programmes on 0115 876 1420 or email schools.programmes@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Once a booking is made, we will email confirming your details for you to check.

All our session prices per head are based on a class of 30 pupils visiting. We have a minimum charge of 25 pupils per session.

For schools who are visiting with fewer numbers of pupils due to SEN please email us for a price per head.

Arts Award Supporter

Nottingham City Museums and Gallery is an Arts Award supporter. We currently run a number of sessions which your school can use to help you achieve your Discover, Explore and Bronze Arts Award.

These sessions (Greeks, Anglo Saxons, Creative Writing, Environmental Art, Sketching at Wollaton, Tudor Buildings, Vikings) have details on their web page of how they can be used for each award.