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Lieu historique
“Nottingham Castle, a castle in Nottingham, England, is located in a commanding position on a natural promontory known as "Castle Rock", with cliffs 130 feet high to the south and west. In the Middle Ages, it was a major royal fortress and occasional royal residence.”
  • 43 personnes du coin recommandent
Théâtre
“Situated in the heart of Nottingham, the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall are two of the UK’s most vibrant and thriving touring venues, leading the way for arts and entertainment in the East Midlands region. Across both venues, they create and receive the highest quality performances chosen especially for you, including internationally renowned orchestras, contemporary dance, opera and touring drama alongside West End musicals, family shows, stand-up comedy, orchestral music and rock & pop gigs. Rooted firmly in the community, they aim to entertain, inspire and create unforgettable experiences for everyone and place accessibility at the heart of everything they do. With a wide range of workshops and education projects involving the local community, there really is something here for everyone. Royal Concert Hall - Built in 1982 on the site of the old Empire Theatre, the Royal Concert Hall is highly regarded for its superb visual and acoustic design. Since then, the roll call of famous names to have performed on its stage ranges from world-renowned classical soloists and conductors, to a who’s who of the world’s biggest rock stars, pop bands and stand-up comedians. The unique acoustics of the 2,257-seat auditorium provide a warmth and clarity of sound much admired by orchestras and performers from across the globe. Theatre Royal - Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal is not only a city centre landmark but also one of the most beautiful Victorian theatres in Britain. Built in 1865 and later transformed in 1897 by renowned architect Frank Matcham, the theatre is considered to be one of the most spectacular surviving examples of Matcham’s work. In 1978, the Theatre Royal re-opened following a £5million refurbishment, whilst today the timeless beauty of the 1,107-seat auditorium remains a vital and much-cherished part of our community.”
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Galerie d'art
“Come and explore the National Justice Museum's full range of exhibitions, meet characters from history and take part in their wide range of fun, interactive activities available. Characters, activities, exhibitions and courtroom performances will change throughout the year so there is always something new to discover. Their admission price entitles you to entry throughout the entire day so you can make the most of your visit. They also have some free exhibitions open to the public all day every day.”
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Bar
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“After a visit to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem you'll soon understand why this pub has survived the centuries to become a treasure of Nottingham past and present. As England's oldest inn, the pub is nestled beneath the cliff on which Nottingham's historic castle stands, and was once a well-known pit stop for crusader knights. It is said that King Richard the Lionheart and his men are more than likely to have gathered at this historic royal dwelling before journeying to Jerusalem in 1189AD, thus giving the pub its unusual name. Something of a cross between an inn and a museum,​​​​​ the pub features several bars, cosy nooks and snug lounges filled with curiosities and relics of Nottingham's history. You can enjoy a delicious pub meal everyday between 11am and 10pm in the Rock Bar, where you can warm up next to the fire in Yorkie's Lounge, or enjoy the expansive garden area when the weather is pleasant. Beneath the pub, cave cellars root deep into the sandstone cliff and, like many of Nottingham's 800+ caves, have for centuries been used for storage of ale. Also located in the cellars is an old cockfighting pit and part of the Castle Gaol was said to be housed in the cellars at one time. This included the condemned cell, a small cell with a very low ceiling with small holes drilled to allow a little air to flow through. The Gaoler would have sat just outside the cells on the ‘Gaoler’s Chair’ which was etched out of the rock and can still be seen today. Whether you are simply after a refreshment while you drink in the history of Nottingham, or are looking to sample some choicest fayre as you contemplate the wealth of heritage around you, you will find a cosy nook, lounge or bar room at The Trip to suit your needs. So come along, take a step back in time and soak up this piece of England’s colourful, and sometimes bloody, past!”
  • 21 personnes du coin recommandent
Entertainment
“From ice skating to gigs to the Panthers. It's literally across the road - go check it out!”
  • 18 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest galleries of contemporary art in the UK. The gallery hosts regular changing exhibitions of international art. Nottingham Contemporary is set in an iconic building, designed by the award-winning architects Caruso St John, in the heart of city centre. Alongside the exhibitions, Nottingham Contemporary runs a full programme of events, including talks, film screenings, music and performances. Free drop-in family activities take place every weekend and throughout school holidays. The café, Ottar at Contemporary serves a seasonal, ripe, and varied menu, as well as award-winning chocolates and a selection of delicious cakes. International Art. For Everyone. For Free.”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
Cinéma
“Broadway is the cultural leader for independent cinema, arts and technology in the Midlands. www.broadway.org.uk”
  • 21 personnes du coin recommandent
Entertainment
“Awarded Regional Theatre of the Year 2019 by The Stage, Nottingham Playhouse is one of the UK’s leading producing theatres and the impressive Grade II listed building, front by Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror, is one of the region’s most popular landmarks. Since 1948, they have been creating bold and imaginative productions: timeless classics, fun family shows and adventurous new commissions, often touring work nationally and internationally. And don’t forget the Playhouse’s legendary family pantomime! A programme of top visiting shows including big name comedians, stunning dance and high-energy music gigs.”
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Centre commercial
“Full of all the big names, Smiggle, Next, Boots, John Lewis. Plenty of place to eat and socialise.”
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Entertainment
“Nottingham's flagship contemporary art gallery. Free admission. Look for the lace patterns adorning the exterior cladding of the building-a reference to Nottingham's world-famous lace making in the 1800s”
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Bar
“A Church converted into a pub and restaurant. Worth taking a look even if you don't buy a drink.”
  • 13 personnes du coin recommandent
Landmark
“The legendary Robin Hood is here! Great place to snap a pic and tell the world that you are in Nottingham! Checked. A must place to visit.”
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Cave
“City of Caves is part of a hidden maze of over 500 original sandstone caves underneath the streets of Nottingham dating back to the dark ages. Take a tour to investigate the social history of the caves and learn more about the events that once happened inside these fascinating underground dwellings. As part of your visit you will see the only medieval underground tannery in the country, head to the Anderson air raid shelter where thousands of people sought refuge during WWII and explore the remnants of Drury Hill Victorian slums.”
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University
“With a campus in Nottingham City Centre off Shakespeare Street, and the Clifton Campus near the M1, this university offers state of the art courses.”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“The food is alright here, but the drinks are my favourite bit about this place. I don't drink alcohol very often and they do great mock-tails at a great price! Also the interior is great and they have a variety of different rooms to eat and drink in, it's down a hidden alley way which is also always very cool! ”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Not like any other burger, American style feel and you won't leave Annie's feeling hungry!”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent

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Bar
“After a visit to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem you'll soon understand why this pub has survived the centuries to become a treasure of Nottingham past and present. As England's oldest inn, the pub is nestled beneath the cliff on which Nottingham's historic castle stands, and was once a well-known pit stop for crusader knights. It is said that King Richard the Lionheart and his men are more than likely to have gathered at this historic royal dwelling before journeying to Jerusalem in 1189AD, thus giving the pub its unusual name. Something of a cross between an inn and a museum,​​​​​ the pub features several bars, cosy nooks and snug lounges filled with curiosities and relics of Nottingham's history. You can enjoy a delicious pub meal everyday between 11am and 10pm in the Rock Bar, where you can warm up next to the fire in Yorkie's Lounge, or enjoy the expansive garden area when the weather is pleasant. Beneath the pub, cave cellars root deep into the sandstone cliff and, like many of Nottingham's 800+ caves, have for centuries been used for storage of ale. Also located in the cellars is an old cockfighting pit and part of the Castle Gaol was said to be housed in the cellars at one time. This included the condemned cell, a small cell with a very low ceiling with small holes drilled to allow a little air to flow through. The Gaoler would have sat just outside the cells on the ‘Gaoler’s Chair’ which was etched out of the rock and can still be seen today. Whether you are simply after a refreshment while you drink in the history of Nottingham, or are looking to sample some choicest fayre as you contemplate the wealth of heritage around you, you will find a cosy nook, lounge or bar room at The Trip to suit your needs. So come along, take a step back in time and soak up this piece of England’s colourful, and sometimes bloody, past!”
  • 21 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“A Church converted into a pub and restaurant. Worth taking a look even if you don't buy a drink.”
  • 13 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“The food is alright here, but the drinks are my favourite bit about this place. I don't drink alcohol very often and they do great mock-tails at a great price! Also the interior is great and they have a variety of different rooms to eat and drink in, it's down a hidden alley way which is also always very cool! ”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Not like any other burger, American style feel and you won't leave Annie's feeling hungry!”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“Slightly more expensive bar and restaurant. Amazing Sunday Roast served very quickly for £15”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
“Iconic Victorian music hall with domed glass ceiling. Great food, large drinks choice and live music depending on the time.”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“For breakfast during the week go early or a late brunch perhaps if not too busy again weekdays only as it gets RAMMED at the weekends. Unusual produce available to buy if you are a foodie with cash. ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant français
“This fabulous French restaurant is a hidden gem! Tucked away up a little side street of the main road, the decor is impeccable, service outstanding and food delectable! For something a little bit more intimate and up market head here.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent

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