Things to do in Newark on Trent ...

The Grange Hotel is situated in the thriving market town of Newark. The bustling general markets in Newark are extremely popular with both locals and visitors. Hot food and refreshments are available and the Saturday market, in particular, is a vibrant focus for this historic market town.

Regular stall holders include fruit and vegetables, cut flowers and garden plants, clothes, shoes and leather goods, bread and cakes, local fish and dairy goods, soft furnishings, bedding, carpets and rugs, fabrics, sewing and haberdashery, make up and hair accessories and jewellery.

Farmers Markets are held on the first Wednesday of each month in Newark. Here you will find an array of locally grown and freshly prepared foods and drink, including vegetables and fruit, jams, meat, honey, ice creams, dairy produce and home baked goods.

Calendar of things to do in Newark on Trent during your stay at the Grange Hotel

Monday (except bank hols) - Antique, Craft and General Retail Market
Wednesday - General Retail Market
Thursday - Antique and Craft Market
Friday - General Retail Market
Saturday - General Retail Market

In addition to the town attractions, below is a list of venues which often feature a variety of entertainment, family days out and points of interest.

Ann et Vin
Millgate Museum
Tel: 01636 655730
Newark Air Museum
Newark Castle
Tel: 01636 655765
River Trips
Tel: 01636 655716 (Tourism Newark and Sherwood District Council)
The Palace Theatre, Newark
Tel: 01636 655755 | Web:
Newark Archaeological and Local History Guided Walk and Tour
Town Loch Park and Sensory Gardens
Newark Town Hall Museum and Art Gallery
Tel:01636 680333 | Web:
Vina Cooke Museum of Dolls and Bygone Childhood
Tel: 01636 821364 | Web:
Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene
Tel: 1636 706473
Polish War Cemetery
Southwell All Weather Racecourse
Tel: 0870 220 2332 | Web:
Southwell Minster
Tel: 01636 812649 | Web:
The Work House (National Trust)
Tel: 01636 817250
Reg Taylor’s Swan and Waterfowl Sanctuary
Tel: 01636 813184 | Web:
Wheelgate Park
Tel: 01623 882773 | Web:
Ferry Farm Country Park
Tel: 0115 966 4512 | Web:
Lockwell Hill Activity Centre (Quad Biking, Archery, 4x4’s etc etc)
Tel: 01623 883067
Norwood Park
Tel: 01636 815 649 | Web:
Upton Hall Time Museum
Tel: 01636 813795
White Post Farm Centre
Tel: 01623 882977 | Web:
Boughton Pumping Station
Tel: 01623 862366
Ollerton Watermill and Tea Shop
Tel: 01623 822469
Sherwood Forest Country Park and Visitors Centre
Tel: 01623 823202
Sherwood Forest Art and Craft Centre
Tel: 01636 655295
Sherwood Forest Farm and Fun Park
Tel: 01623 823558 | Web:
The Adrenalin Jungle
Tel: 0800 952 4232 | Web:
The Paintball Jungle
Tel: 0800 952 6272 | Web:
Go Ape Sherwood Forest Aerial Trekking Centre
Tel: 0870 444 5562 | Web:
Vicar Water Country Park
Tel: 01623 466340 (Visitor Centre)
Hamlyn Lodge Cottage Industry (handmade and restored furniture)
Tel: 1623 823600 | Web:
Besthorpe Nature Reserve
Tel: 0115 958 8242 (Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust office)
Dukes Wood Nature Reserve
Tel: 01623 882446 | Web:
Eakring Meadow Nature Reserve
Tel: 0115 958 8242
Hockerton Housing Project (UKs first earth sheltered self-sufficient ecological housing development)
Tel: 01636 816902 | Web:
The Holocaust Centre, Museum and Gardens
Tel: 01623 836627 | Web:
Laxton Visitors Centre
Tel: 01777 871586
Pureland Japanese Garden and Meditation Centre
Tel: 01777 228567
Belvoir Castle
Tel: 01476 871000 | Web:
Lincoln Cathedral
Tel: 01522 561600 | Web: