£20 (£15 concessions, free to University of Nottingham staff & students)
10am-4pm (1 hour lunch)
Simon will lead this guided activity photographing swans and other wildlife around the Highfields Park Lake. A perfect way to wind down with nature.
Participants are required to bring their own cameras.
The safety of our visitors, staff and students is our priority. Here's what we're doing to help keep everyone safe, and what you can do to help.
Although it is no longer mandatory, we continue to ask staff and visitors to wear a face-covering if they can when inside our buildings.
Although it is no longer mandatory, we ask that visitors give people space where it is sensible or requested.
We will refund tickets to anyone that tests positive or is displaying symptoms of Covid-19 as long as we’re notified at least two hours prior to an event start time.
Hand sanitiser is available at regular intervals throughout our venues. We recommend you make use of these upon arriving and leaving our venue.
The frequency of our cleaning throughout our venues has been increased, including toilets and other facilities.
We are able to accept both contactless and cash payments in our venues, though contactless payments are preferred.
Saturday 25 June-Sunday 31 JulyWallner Gallery
Discover the struggle to understand what it is to be human, and what it is to be a swan.
Tuesday 05 JulyArts Lecture Theatre
Join for this illustrated lecture on the updated Pevsner guide to Nottingham.
Tuesday 16 AugustLakeside Arts (multiple venues)
Bring your camera for a workshop on photography with Martine Hamilton Knight!
Explore events and exhibitions at Lakeside
Take a look around our shop
See what tasty treats await you