You should phone the Robin Hood Festival office on the following contact number 01623 823 202 to ask for directions to the Sherwood Forest Country Park or Nottingham Castle before discussing the opening times of the annual September event.
Robin Hood Festival: 01623 823 202
You should contact a representative from the Robin Hood Festival on their visitor enquiries phone number 01623 823 202 to ask when exactly the Sherwood Forest Country Park event takes place in the upcoming year. The office can provide assistance for a range of enquiries, whether you would like to know the event opening times, details of the parking facilities or directions to Nottingham Castle from the Park. Callers can also purchase a ticket to the festival for both themselves and their family using this phone number. It is recommended that you get in touch to ask what’s on during the week-long Nottinghamshire event and whether you would have to buy additional tickets for activities such as the jousting and falconry displays. Similarly, you should call the office to ask about the cost and performance times at the children’s outdoor theatre.
Visitors may also wish to ask whether they can download a map of the park or where to pick one up upon arrival at the event. Moreover, the Robin Hood Festival provides food and drink services, thus you should contact the office to ask for the location of their ‘Forest Table’ cafe or where to find any of the catering stalls throughout Sherwood Forest Country Park. A member of the Robin Hood Festival team can also provide information on the accommodation options in the area if you would like to stay overnight to experience as much of the festival as possible.
Cost of Phoning the Office
Contact numbers that start with a local area code will charge the same per-minute rate as any geographic call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, the Robin Hood Festival office may be free to contact if your landline deal includes free calls to local rate numbers or if your mobile tariff has inclusive minutes.
Getting to the Event
If you are making your own way to the to event, there are have several ways to get to Sherwood Forest Country Park. For instance, if you are travelling by bus, you should take the Sherwood Arrow, from Nottingham to Workshop, stopping near Edwinstowe Village, approximately a 10 minute walk from the Visitor Centre. If you are planning a group visit to the event then it should be noted that coach parking is limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.