Unique Things To Do On Valentine's Day In Nottingham

 

With Valentines day just around the corner I’ve put together my top picks for some of my favourite date night locations and things to do Nottingham. In Notts we are spoilt for choice, from quirky cocktail bars to romantic restaurants, the list is endless and there really is something to do for every type of couple.

 

FOR THE FOODIES

 

George’s Great British Kitchen - Queen St

I’ve heard a lot of good things about this place. Located just up the road from Market Square, George’s kitchen is described as an ‘airt, upscale fish ‘n’ chips restaurant’. It’s hugely popular so I recommend that you book in advance (top tip: request a booth, they’re the best). They also serve ‘Sweet shop cocktails’ including Fab and Refresher – what a dream.

 

Curious Manor - Trinity Square, Trinity Row

Curious Manner is located in the Corner House region of the city centre. It has the most incredible interior full of fairy lights and an Alice in Wonderland theme – thank me later. Why not treat yourself and your loved one to an afternoon tea here this Valentines?

 

FOR THE ADVENTURE SEEKERS

 

Escapologic Escape Room - 21-23 Castle Gate

Something different to do. You’re given just 60 minutes to solve problems and test theories. Once the door closes, there is no going back. Can you escape in time? If you’re daring enough, give it a go.

 

FOR THE ANIMAL LOVERS

 

Wollaton Hall Deer Park

The most beautiful deer park located close to University Park Campus. An Ideal date location. Get outside and enjoy the greenery and lovely lake. P.S. Don’t forget to snap a picture outside Batman’s house!

 

Kitty Café – 31-37 Friar Lane

If you both adore cats, this is the place for you. The kitty café is a cat rescue centre where people can go to play and spend time with the cats and  enjoy a lovely lunch. The entry fee goes directly towards the care of the cats. What are you waiting fur?

 

FOR THE COCKTAIL ENTHUSIASTS

Alchemist – Market Square

The newest bar in Nottingham opening on the February 10th. Be the first to give their bedazzling and bewitching cocktails a go. Pricier than other locations but it’s always good to try something new.

 

Cocktail making class at Revolution - The Cornerhouse, Foreman Street

If you’ve got a bit of a bigger budget, why not attend a cocktail making class? They start from £25.  The perfect time to get creative and put your cocktail making skills to the test.

 

Edited By Isabelle Walker

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