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Absolutely amazing place. It's a must visit
Top local statue commemorating an entirely mythical figure. Compulsory selfies!
Must see in Nottingham. Some nice pubs in the area too
People love to take photos here from all over the world Quiet nice statue Easy to get to not to far from centre Never crowded great in the Fall & spring
Worth visiting. Big statue near the castle of Nottingham. You need to be quick to make a photo, because a lot of people wait in a row :).
Nottinghams 2nd Iconic statue behind Brian Clough's
Easy to find. Next to Nottingham Castle. And a pub across the road.
A statue beloved of the ones grown up on Robin Hood stories though the castle and Sherwood forest both are far removed from their original versions. A good couple of hours outing to the castle with a photo op outside next to Robin Hood statue counts for a well rounded trip for the young one in the family
Great area. Neat bar where the crusaders hung out in near the statue
Love going here pic with my kids feels like you connected to history of Nottingham I'm proud to be from Nottingham one day a museum guide in the Edison ford museum asked me is Nottingham a real place shows how it's a fantasy for American s to come here
I was going with my friend from hungary to see this statue. The weather when a little wet gives the ambiance and you really feal that you are there. I highly recomend this place for anyone who is visiting the city. The feel is eveb better when you are there.
This place is lovely, located next to the castle and restaurants, there is space to sit and chill. There are a few statues and panels that summarise the story of Robin Hood.
It's a statue. It's of Robin Hood, who probably didn't exist. It doesn't look like Erroll Flynn, Michael Praed or Kevin Costner. Still, it's in a nice area of town.