Event details

What: Outlaw Day
Date: 23rd August, 2022
Times: 10.30am-2.30pm
Capacity: 30
Price: Adults £15 Children £10
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Outlaw Day

An Outlaw family experience with The Sherwood Outlaws and Notts Outdoors starts with an adventure through the beautiful Sherwood Forest where you will meet some of the famous characters from the stories of old.

We will visit the Major Oak, look at some of the weapons from Medieval times, and learn about crime and punishment and what life was really like in the Forest!

After lunch, you can test your den building skills in our dedicated den build area and see if you can build a den to survive in the forest.

You day will end with you making a wooden medallion to remind you of your Outlaw adventure.

Important information about this event:

This event is suitable for families. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Children under six years old are free. Please email the team at nottsoutdoors@nottscc.gov.uk prior to the day to inform us if you have a child under six years old attending.

Routes through the forest are on main pathways but please contact us if you have any queries on suitability for wheelchair users or pushchairs.

Please bring with you your own lunch and refreshments for the day. You can purchase refreshments in the Visitor Centre cafe.

Car parking is available in the RSPB car park. It costs £5 per vehicle per day, and is free for RSPB members.

Please meet at the Robin Hood statue at the entrance to the Shop at the Sherwood Forest Visitors Centre where you will be greeted by one of our team.

The day runs from our St John’s Hut base and belongings can be stored safely in this area for the day.

Although we love our canine friends, we kindly ask that dogs are not brought for this event.

All tickets are non-refundable. However, if adverse weather is forecast, this day may be cancelled at short notice. In the event of Notts Outdoors cancelling the event, a full refund will be given.

10% from each ticket sold will be donated to the RSPB, the UK’s largest conservation charity, which has managed the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve since 2018.

To learn more about coming along to Sherwood Forest, visit the Plan Your Visit page of this website.