Other Place of Interest in the Area

Ruddington Framework Knitters Museum

Ruddington Framework Knitters Museum

Explore a unique complex of listed frameshops, cottages and outbuildings to see the working and living conditions of the framework knitters who occupied it throughout the nineteenth century.

Rushcliffe Country Park

With a network of over 8 kilometres of footpaths, grassland, conservation and landscaped areas, the park is excellent for walking, jogging, cycling, spotting wildlife and exercising your dog.

Nottingham Transport Heritage Centre

The site includes locomotive and rolling stock workshops, a bus group, a miniature railway, as well as a cafeteria and shops.

Flawford Churchyard

Originally built on the site of a Roman villa, Flawford Church was the mother church for Ruddington, Edwalton, Plumtree and Bradmore. The church was demolished in stages between 1773 and 1778 but the churchyard remains with a few standing headstones. The church site was excavated in the 1960s and the archaeological material is deposited at Nottingham University Museum.

Shaw St Cemetery

Ruddington Shaw St Cemetery, which was developed in the 1870s, is the final resting place of the three survivors of the Rorke’s Drift, Caleb Wood, Robert Tongue and James Marshall. The graves were rededicated in the last decade.

Historic Ruddington

More industrial chic than picture postcard, Ruddington has a charm lent by its compact village centre built in the characteristic Flemish bond chequered brickwork and remaining framework knitters’ workshops. It’s well worth allowing 20 minutes to wander around the village.

"A little gem in a perfect setting"

Opening Times 2017

Easter to End October

Thursdays
10.00am - noon

Bank Holiday Mondays
2.00-4.00pm

Admission Charges

Adult £1.50
Concession £1.00
Child over five 50p

Copyright Ruddington Village Museum 2015