Historic houses and glorious gardens, ancient woodland crafts and walking holidays or discovery centres and archery are among the many activities for groups in The National Forest. Search for places to go or look at our suggested itineraries for more ideas.
If you would like any help putting together a tailor-made itinerary for your group or advice on venues suitable for buggies or wheelchairs, contact the Tourist Information Centres.
The National Forest and Beyond partners run familiarisation trips for group travel organisers to find out more about the destination and the specific venues they are considering for their tours. If you would like to take advantage of these contact The National Forest Company on 01283 551 211.
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Burton upon Trent,
Marston's Pedigree Brewery. Join a brewery tour and see time-honoured brewing methods in action. Tours are available Monday - Friday by appointment only.
Read more: Marston's Brewery
The World's largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars, with a display of over 130 cars within 5 halls, depicting motor sport history from the early 1900s to the present day.
Read more: Donington Grand Prix Collection
Preserved in 20th Century decline, this country house and estate is poised somewhere between gentle neglect and downright dereliction. Explore this fascinating house, the beautiful walled gardens and park.
Read more: Calke Abbey