Virtual Newark
Virtual Newark is a three-dimensional tour of the town using panoramic images to create 360 degree rotational views of all the streets in Newark.

Visitors can tour Newark's historic sites, the  Market Place and the town centre's streets and both visit shops and business and view their products and services.
Newark-on-Trent is an attractive market town situated along the river Trent. It offers you a wealth of history, interesting buildings and museums.

Its most famous period in history was during the Civil War in which it was a Royalist stronghold and withstood three sieges.

any reminders of that period can still be seen in the town, including its imposing 12th century castle.

About Newark 
Modern Newark is a thriving market town in the heart of rural Nottinghamshire.
The Advertiser had its beginnings in 1847, when printer William Tomlinson of Stodman Street issued the first Newark Monthly Advertiser. It had four pages and cost 1d.
Newark in Britain's Nottinghamshire is the proud parent of 33 communities throughout the world that bear the town's name.
Tim Warner archive
Places of interest 
Newark's medieval parish church which stands in the centre of the town is one of the finest and largest parish churches in the country.
Newark's premier theatrical facility comes in the form of the Palace Theatre in Appletongate.

This impressive building has recently undergone external improvements including a new colour scheme and roof repairs.
No visitor to Newark can fail to be curious about the impressive remains of the medieval castle overlooking the River Trent.
Take a free guided tour and see more of Newark's hidden gem.
The collegiate grammar school at Southwell Minster is most likely to have been the alma mater of Thomas Cranmer Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of Henry VIII and compiler of The Book of Common Prayer which remains the bedrock of Anglican liturgy.
Nottinghamshire has a proud literary tradition and among its former residents is the tempestuous poet Lord Byron who lived for a time at Newstead Abbey and had his first volume of poetry published in Newark.
The Major Oak is thought to be the largest and oldest tree in Sherwood Forest.

It is situated in the wood's Birklands area, which gets its name from the large number of silver birches that grow there.

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