Places in Nottingham
|| Nottingham has a wealth of attractions for you to visit
including museums, historic buildings and spooky graveyards.
One of the most impressive sights is hidden underneath
the city’s quaint streets, but you can catch a glimpse
of the unique man-made caves at the City of Caves exhibition [map].
The highlights here include an air-raid shelter and a
Victorian slum dwelling.
Nottingham is also packed to bursting with architecture
such as St Mary's Church [map] on High Pavement, one of the finest medieval buildings in the city, and Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem [map],
which has been is carved out of the castle rock and is the oldest pub in England.
On the outskirts of Nottingham there's Wollaton Hall [map],
a fine example of Tudor architecture dating back to 1588,
and Green's Mill [map],
a fully operational windmill and science centre.
Those hoping to learn about the city’s lace industry
should head to the visitors centre at the Lace Market
Centre [map] or the Lace Centre [map],
a medieval building where you can see and buy lace.
For a walk in the country get along to Sherwood Forest
Country Park [map], where you’ll find the
historic Major Oak that Robin Hood is said to have
Also out of town is the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum [map] in Eastwood, a heritage centre dedicated to
the writer’s life housed in his old home, and the
magnificent Newstead Abbey [map] at Ravenshead, the former home of Lord Byron set in 200
acres of parkland.
Back in the city centre you can come face to face with
some of the city’s ghosts and ghouls by heading
out on the Nottingham Ghost and Pub Tour [map], which
starts at the Salutation Inn.
Another crowd puller in the evenings is the medieval
banquet at the Sheriff's Lodge [map] on Canal Street, where you even get the chance to dress up in
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