Here are the Nottinghamshire attractions opening for FREE for one day only

Almost 30 attractions in Nottinghamshire will do away with their entrance fees for one day only - offering a free day out for all the family.

By Danielle Andrews
Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 4:53 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 5:19 pm
The Engine House is open for free on the Big Day Out from 10am to 1pm with volunteers on hand to explain how it works 
 Children can be 'History Hunters' and dress up as miners. To find out more call 0115 976 2422
The Engine House is open for free on the Big Day Out from 10am to 1pm with volunteers on hand to explain how it works Children can be 'History Hunters' and dress up as miners. To find out more call 0115 976 2422

Country parks, museums and stately homes are all set to welcome visitors for free, as part of BBC Radio Nottingham's Big Day Out on April 28.

For entry, you will need to show your the Big Day Out voucher which you can print or show on your phone, which you can download by clicking here

The museum contains a collection of items dedicated to the mining industry and the social history surrounding the community of Bilsthorpe. The museum is open from 10am to 4pm on the Big Day Out.
There's free entry to the main exhibition for the Big Day Out with handling sessions of artefacts throughout the day, and also tours of the collections store These tours will take place throughout the day from 10.30am. Booking is required on 01909 720378.
There will be demonstrations and activities in the station yard, plus vintage fire appliances dating back to WW1. Opening from 11am to 4pm.
The house will be open from 12 noon - 4pm, with last entry and hour before closing. Admission to the house is free for the Big Day Out , but you must take a print out to secure entry. For more information call 0115 8763100.
The pumping station is Britain's finest Victorian Water Works and the only one in the Midlands to be preserved as a complete working water pumping station. Open 11am-4pm
For this years Big Day Out, Rufford will be offering free wildlife workshops in their new woodland activity base. Car park open 9am - 5pm, activities start at 11.30am until 3pm (normal car parking charge applies.)
Take a tour of the minster which dates back to 1108, and see the The Archbishop's Palace, including the magnificent State Chamber and gardens as well as free Minster Tower tours.ours of The Archbishop's Palace, State Chamber and gardens run from 11am - 3pm and you just need to turn up at The Archbishop's Palace at any time where you'll be met by one of the friendly guides. Minster Tower tours will run at 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm and last for an hour. Booking is essential and can be done by emailing [email protected] specifying the number of your party and which tour slot you would like (12pm, 1pm or 2pm).
The house and garden will be open from 11-3pm for free guided tours. Hot drinks and light refreshments available.
The Big Day Out will include the chance to join a talk at the Major Oak to discover some of Sherwood's best-kept secrets. Visit the new visitor centre, which is fully accessible and includes a cafe and Changing Places facility. Open 10am until 5pm.