Are you thinking of studying at Nottingham University but are unsure of what this popular City actually has to offer?
Well, let us tell you…
Wollaton Park is a deer park and the home of Wollaton Hall, Nottingham Natural History Museum, and Nottingham Industrial Museum.
See the caves as you’ve never seen them before. Wander through at your own pace with an audio tour or take the guided tour.
The heart of the City of Nottingham surrounded in History.
The Theatre Royal was completed in 1865 and attracts major touring dramas, ballet, opera, West End Musicals and, an annual pantomime.
The Museum of Nottingham Life is housed within five 17th century cottages where you can learn about the people of Nottingham through the objects they made, used or owned and the stories they tell us.
The Motorpoint Arena is a multi-use indoor Arena located within the National Ice Centre in the Lace Market district area.
Little of the original castle actually survives, but sufficient portions remain to give an impression of the layout of the site.
Nottingham Playhouse was first established as a repertory theatre in 1948 when it operated from a former cinema in Goldsmith Street. The current building opened in 1963.
A contemporary art centre in the Lace Market area of Nottingham on a site said to be the oldest in the City. To celebrate the area’s history of lace manufacture, the cladding of the building is embossed with a traditional Nottingham Lace Pattern.
A restored and working 19th-century tower Windmill. The mill was built shortly after 1807. It was acquired by Nottingham City Council in 1979 and is now part of a science centre open to the public.