Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre

D2N2 proudly invested £500,000 via the Local Growth Fund into the construction of a new Visitor Centre at one of the most famous attractions in the region, Sherwood Forest.

The new visitor centre replaced the original 1970s-built building after the RSPB won a competitive tender in 2015 to manage the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, along with partners Nottinghamshire County Council, Sherwood Forest Trust, The Woodland Trust, Thoresby Estate and Continuum Attractions.

Work began in 2017 and was completed in October 2018.

In 2019 the Visitor Centre scooped a hat-trick of awards for its design.

Project Specifics:

  • Project Name: Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre
  • Location: Sherwood Forest
  • Project Lead: Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
  • Total Project Cost: £5 million
  • D2N2 LGF Allocation: £500,000
  • Approval Date: January 2018
  • Project Start Date: October 2017 
  • Project Completion Date: October 2018

Latest News:

Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre Celebrates First Year Anniversary
Visitor Centre Co-Funded by D2N2 LEP Takes Home Hat-Trick of Accolades

New Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre To Open

Construction on New Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre Reaches Milestone
New Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre to Recieve £500,000 via D2N2 LEP
Work Begins on New £5 Million Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre