Robin Hood Legacy attraction up for sale on eBay


Nottingham’s Robin Hood Legacy attraction in Friar Lane is up for sale for £25,000.

The attraction, which opened in July 2016 uses audio-visual mannequins to tell the story of the legendary outlaw.

The man behind the project is East Bridgford businessman David Ward, who established the Sygun copper mine museum at Beddgelert in North Wales.

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The owner says that the visitor attraction has been successful but he wants to sell so that someone younger can continue the business.

The Robin Hood Legacy remains open during the sale from Thursday to Monday, 10am to 5.30pm. Admission is £7.95 for an adult, £5.95 for a concession, £15 for two adults and £5 each for groups of four or more.
The Robin Hood Legacy is at 94 Friar Lane is an interactive journey back through time to the world of Robin Hood. You can meet a peasant family and learn what Robin Hood means to them, let Friar Tuck regale you with the tale of how he and Robin first met, stand trial before the Sheriff of Nottingham and travel to Sherwood Forest to hear how Robin and his friends humiliated the Sheriff!

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Along your journey, you will experience the sights, the sounds and the smells of Medieval Nottingham and meet all your favourite characters brought to life through the magic of Cinematic Hologram Technology so lifelike you’ll believe they are the real thing!

At the end of your tour, you will get to meet the Master Bowman and learn about the history of the Longbow, from prehistoric times to the modern day.

The family-friendly attraction is located a stone’s throw from the gatehouse of Nottingham Castle and comprises an interactive, story-based tour over three floors as well as a café serving a selection of delicious cakes and snacks along with a wide range of hot and cold drinks, and a gift shop where you can find a large selection of Robin Hood souvenirs and several relevant books by local authors.

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