The Heritage Gateway provides nationwide access to a host of other heritage records, including our own.
The Nottinghamshire Archives hold a wealth of information on the people and places of Nottinghamshire. They have primary source material available to view when visiting but also have a large photographic archive available online.
Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust work on historic built environment projects in the county. They currently publish Buildings at Risk data collected by The County Council.
Miner to Major is a lottery funded Landscape Partnership Scheme centred in the Sherwood Forest Area. The HER is assisting with several projects.
The Roll of Honour has collated information from the war memorials of the county which have been published and made accessible online
The Notts Heritage Gateway is focussed on Local history within the county.
The Museum of Archaeology is located in Highfields Park close to the tram stop. It explores the history of Nottinghamshire through its fabulous archaeological collections. Look out for special events!
The Bassetlaw Museum is located in a Georgian townhouse in Retford and tells the story's of north Nottinghamshire through its collections. It even has an Anglo-Saxon boat!
This beautiful dramatic gorge is a site of international significance. At Cresswell Crags you can walk in the footsteps of early humans and woolly mammoths. The caves contain extraordinary survival of ice age rock art.
Located in the town centre Mansfield Museum explores the history of Mansfield through permanent and temporary exhibitions. It holds collections of fine art, ceramics and jewellery.
The Civil War siege's of Newark had a huge impact on the town and were significant in the wider context of the nation. At the national centre you will be able to learn about the experiences of the town and discover the many ways the Civil War changed the nation.