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      • Monday 8:00am – 6:00pm
      • Tuesday 8:00am – 6:00pm
      • Wednesday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Thursday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Friday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Saturday 8:00am – 7:00pm
      • Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm
  • Welcome to Victoria Centre

    With a whole host of brands in a variety of stylish stores including John Lewis & Partners, Urban Outfitters, Superdry & River Island, Victoria Centre has everything you need – with more than 2,250 parking spaces and a dedicated bus station, getting here couldn’t be easier. Home to Clocktower dining which includes more than 20 individual eateries, so you can dine while you enjoy a day’s shopping in the heart of Nottingham.

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  • Open today: 8:00am – 6:00pm
    Opening Times
    • Opening Times
      • Monday 8:00am – 6:00pm
      • Tuesday 8:00am – 6:00pm
      • Wednesday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Thursday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Friday 8:00am – 7:30pm
      • Saturday 8:00am – 7:00pm
      • Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm
  • From Accessorize to Yankee Candle, find your favourite stores and more at Victoria Centre.

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    Victoria Centre – Nottingham – Visit Nottinghamshire

    About

    Victoria Centre has now reopened, for the latest opening times please click here. Coronavirus update: For the latest information on coronavirus and how it might impact your travel in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, including information on which venues and attractions are closed, please visit our Know Before You Go page. We recommend that you check the website and social media of individual venues and attractions when planning a visit.

     

    Victoria Centre is a shopping centre at the heart of Nottingham. With over 120 stores including John Lewis, House of Fraser, Next, Office and River Island. Victoria Centre is now home to Clocktower dining, including lots of great restaurants.
     
    Victoria Centre is the place to shop in the East Midlands and getting here couldn’t be easier; the Centre has its own bus station servicing the North of the city as well as a car parking for over 2750 cars and local tram stops nearby.  

    There’s plenty to enjoy at Victoria Centre, from Fashion Shows to free holiday activities for little shoppers, Student Nights to festive Christmas fun and regular competitions with fabulous prizes, there’s something to suit everyone at Victoria Centre!

    Facilities:

    FREE Wi-Fi available throughout the Centre

    Lovely new family rooms suitable for changing and feeding infants and young children

    An adult changing room, one of only two in the city

    Easy onsite parking for over 2750 cars

    Victoria Centre gift cards are available at the Customer Service Desk

    Fun Buggy Hire – Fun buggies available to hire from our Customer Service Desk on the lower mall

    Great fashion and beauty brands within our stores, such as Paul Smith, Bobbi Brown, Benefit, FCUK, Mango, Ted Baker, Nails Inc, Aveda and many more

    Click & Collect, our fab new way to shop via www. victoria-centre.com and collect in-centre

    Access to Victoria Bus Station

    Home to the Victoria Market

    Shop mobility is located in White Zone car park

    Amazon Lockers are located in the Red Zone car park

    Our Customer Service Team are here to help with any questions you may have! Please find them at the Customer Service Desk on the lower mall outside John Lewis, or call on 0115 912 1281.

    We have over 2750 car parking spaces including disabled and parent and child spaces in both the White Zone car park (Victoria Zone North) and Underground car park (Victoria Zone South). Passenger lifts give easy access from each car park directly to the shopping centre. Disabled shopping bays are located in both car parks, near the lift lobbies.

    Click here for more information on parking at Victoria Centre

    To see our accessibility statement click here

    Victoria & Mapperley Practice – Providing general medical services in Nottingham city centre and Mapperley

    The Practice will be closed during the afternoon of Tuesday 16th November for staff training, specifically in relation to the COVID booster programme, for which we plan to be involved. Our phone lines will be diverted to our out-of-hours service for any urgent issues. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this closure.

    Update: 22nd September 2021

    Please be aware the Practice telephone number for both sites is 0115 969 1166. We have aligned our telephone system to ensure that the Victoria health centre has the same call queuing and recording functionalities.

    We realise that the lines are still extremely busy, especially during the first 30 – 60 minutes each day. We aim to ensure that there are 5 or 6 receptionists across both sites answering these calls during this busy period. The telephone system has been set up to allow up to 15 patients to wait in the call queue. The team are working very hard to answer these calls as efficiently as possible. Thank You.

    Flu Jabs

    Victoria and Mapperley Practice will be giving flu vaccinations as normal this year. There has been a delay to our delivery of vaccines, however we are due to receive these at the start of October. We are now taking bookings so please feel free to give us a call or book on-line. Anyone who is 50 or over, pregnant, or in an at risk category (including those with diabetes, asthma and other chronic conditions) will be eligible.

    Please also visit our Facebook site for the latest updates: https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaandMapperleyPractice/

    COVID Vaccinations

    All adults aged 18 or over can book their vaccination by calling 119 or visiting http://nhs.uk/CovidVaccine

    Those who have a query regarding their 2nd vaccination should call 0115 883 4640.

    In Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, a few different health and care organisations including hospitals, GP practices, care homes and others are working together on the Covid-19 vaccination programme.

    For further information please go to GOV.UK website or this leaflet.

    About the Practice

    The practice has been providing general medical (GP, family doctor, primary care) services in Nottingham for over ninety years. Currently we look after nearly ten thousand patients, registered with the National Health Service.

    We see patients at two surgeries.

    • The Victoria Health Centre is in the city centre, behind the Victoria shopping centre on Glasshouse Street [map].
    • The Mapperley surgery is on the Woodborough Road, near the main shopping area and opposite the Texaco garage [map].

    If you would like to register with the practice please check that you live around our practice area and then contact the surgery that is more convenient for you to attend.

    We are now an Armed Forces Veteran Accredited Practice. Please see the latest news link for more detail.

    How to get to intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham by Bus, Train or Light rail

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    You can get to intu Victoria Centre by Bus, Train or Light rail. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby – Bus: 1, 3C, 6, CALVERTON, RAINBOW ONE, SKYLINK EXPRESS, SKYLINK NOTTINGHAM, TWO, X2 Train: EAST MIDLANDS RAILWAY Light rail: TRAM

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    Victoria Centre Apartments in the Shopping Centre – Nottingham City Centre – “Cook as you would at Home”  – Nottingham 

    Victoria Centre Apartments in the Shopping Centre – Nottingham City Centre – “Cook as you would at Home”

    Equipments

    • ATM on-site
    • Accommodation accessible via lift and/or stairs
    • Additional bathroom
    • Additional toilet
    • Airport shuttle
    • Airport shuttle (supplement)
    • Balcony
    • Bar
    • Barber/beauty salon
    • Bath
    • Bathroom
    • Car rental
    • Carpet
    • City views
    • Complimentary toiletries
    • Currency exchange
    • Cycle hire
    • Family rooms
    • Fan
    • Flat screen TV
    • Gift/souvenir shop
    • Hairdryer
    • Heating
    • Hotel shops
    • Internet connection
    • Iron
    • Ironing facilities
    • LAN Wi-Fi
    • Lift
    • Lounge
    • Non-smoking private and public areas
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Office
    • On-site parking
    • Parking
    • Parquet
    • Private entrance
    • Restaurant
    • Safe
    • Shared bathroom
    • Shower
    • Sofa
    • Television
    • Toilets
    • Tumbledryer
    • Wardrobe/closet
    • Washing machine

    Description

    Set in the heart of Nottingham’s vibrant city centre, these self-catering apartments have a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi and fantastic views over Lace Market Square. They are ideally located above the city’s largest shopping centre and can be accessed via the shopping centre entrances which are open 24 hours. Each modern apartment is decorated in neutral colours with laminate wood flooring. Each apartment has a large lounge area with a large flat-screen LCD TV and DVD player, a full kitchen, and a washing machine. A secure City Centre Car Park & 24 hour Gym, additional charges apply, are available opposite the Apartments. Victoria Centre Apartments are just minutes from the Theatre Royal, the Royal Concert Hall, the Lace Market and vibrant Hockley. Nottingham’s tram system is a 3-minute walk away. Nottingham Trent University, the Capital FM Arena Concert Hall, the Corner house Leisure and Casino Complex, the Restaurant and Theatre District and Nottingham Ice Stadium are just minutes walk away. Nottingham Rail Station is 0.7 miles away and the M1 motorway is less than 15 minutes’ drive. Number of rooms : 10

    Nottingham shopping centre evacuated over gas leak – Nottinghamshire Fire, Rescue on scene | UK | News

    People in Nottingham were told to stay away from Victoria Centre after it had to be evacuated following a suspected “gas leak”.  Nottingham Fire and Rescue Service asked members of the public to “avoid the area”. Four engines cleared the shopping centre this morning. Traffic conditions in surrounding areas were affected by the leak.

    Videos at the scene show people being made to leave the shopping centre with firefighters stationed outside.

    Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “We have four appliances in attendance at Victoria Centre in Nottingham because of a suspected gas leak.

    “People are being evacuated from the building and we ask people to avoid the area.”

    One shopper wrote on Twitter: “I was walking around Victoria Centre killing time [until] my sister arrives but then the alarms went off and we got told to evacuate, now there’s fire engines here.

    “I just wanted a nice chill day, why is it chaos?”

    User @emma1883 said: “Not sure why but fire crews are on scene and we have been moved away from the glass frontage.”

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    Simon Dermody claimed: “Gas could be smelt at the north car park entrance.

    On nearby Convent Street, Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, which is celebrating an open day, said: “If you’re coming to our college-level open day please make sure you leave enough time for travel.

    “Roads around Confetti are currently seeing high volumes of traffic due to the ongoing incident on Upper Parliament Street.”

    Meanwhile, Nottingham Playhouse said: “If you’re heading into the city centre today for our performances today, please allow extra time for your journey.”

    A Victoria Centre spokesperson said: “We can confirm that there has been an incident in the area and on the advice of the fire service we have had to evacuate the centre and await further instruction.

    “We’re unable to share any further information at this stage but we will issue an update as soon as we can.”

    Kieron Carlisle, a resident who lives in the flats above the Victoria Centre, said they were told to stay at home: “On the intercom it says there is no need to evacuate and we are advised to stay where we are.

    “I can see they have got gas companies going around with monitors.”

    The Incident Commander of the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service requested residents “remain in their flats until instructed otherwise”.

    Area Manager Mick Sharman said: “We are likely to be on scene for a number of hours as we work to identify the leak and make the area safe.

    “We are aware that people in the vicinity are asking why they cannot leave their flats.

    “We understand the frustration but it is for your safety and to allow our crews to bring this incident to a close as swiftly as we can.”

    English city of Nottingham | World Tourism

    The Saxon city of Nottingham was founded on the hills, from where it was convenient to control the strategically important crossing of the Trent River. In 1068, William the Conqueror built a castle on another hill, and the Saxons and the Normans began to trade among themselves at the foot of the hills, in “neutral territory.” Subsequently, the place of their trade turned into the Market Square – Market Square (Market Square). The castle was a military fortification and royal palace, equal to the great palaces of Windsor and Dover, and all English kings in the Middle Ages considered it their duty to pay a visit here.

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    In August 1642 Charles I stopped here to gather volunteers under his banner and start a civil war. The locals greeted the arrival of the king without much enthusiasm – his army was practically not replenished. After the civil war, members of parliament showed open disrespect for this once so significant structure. In 1670, the Duke of Newcastle cleared the ruins of an old castle in order to build a palace in their place in the continental, or, as they said in England at the time, non-standard style.

    In a special book, the Duke selected a model for his palace. The windows of the new ducal residence overlooked a beautiful commercial town, which, according to the descriptions of Daniel Defoe, was one of the most beautiful in England. However, in the second half of the 18th century, the city underwent significant changes due to the developing lace and knitwear industry. Over the course of fifty years, the population of Nottingham has grown from ten thousand to fifty, which could not but create an acute housing problem.The Nottingham slums have become a hotbed of radicalism.

    In the 1810s, the recession provoked workers in dire straits to take action. They fought against the use of machines during the Industrial Revolution and called themselves Luddites, after the legendary protester apprentice Ned Ludd, who allegedly destroyed the loom first. As a result, Luddism was suppressed, but this was not the last outbreak of unrest. The most dramatic events unfolded in 1831, when the House of Commons passed the Reform Bill, but the House of Lords rejected it.As a result, the workers set fire to the duke’s palace.

    Many of Nottingham’s slums were demolished in the early 20th century as the city center took on its present-day appearance, with a main shopping plaza ringed with industrial and residential neighborhoods. Post-war development added blocky high-rises, shopping malls and a ring road, resulting in urban planning similar to other shopping centers in England. The ambiance of this post-war industrial city is best described by Nottingham’s own chronicler, Alan Sillitoe, in his visionary and powerful novel Saturday Night Sunday Morning.

    Nottingham Arrivals and Accommodation

    Nottingham Train Station is located south of the city center, a five to ten minute walk from Market Square – just follow the signs. Most long-distance buses arrive at Broad Marsh, down the street from the station, en route to downtown, but some – including routes to Nottinghamshire North – stop at Victoria Bus Station, a five-minute walk north of Market Square.East Midlands Airport is located 18 miles southwest of the city.

    Skylink buses in the city stop across the street from the station. Nottingham trams connect the station with Market Square and also run around the city. The city’s travel agency is located in Market Square, on the ground floor of the City Hall, at 1 Smithy Row. Nottingham has a myriad of accommodations, with the most expensive hotels concentrated in the city center, while cheaper accommodations and B & Bs are most often located on the outskirts and near major access roads. Finding a room is usually not difficult, but a travel agency can always help you.

    Hotel Roomzzz

    1). Greenwood City Lodge Guesthouse – An attractive guesthouse in a quiet area of ​​town, down a narrow alley, about a mile north of downtown. Six bedrooms decorated in an exquisite Victorian style. Most conspicuous location in Nottingham. Location: 5 Third Avenue, near Sherwood Rise;

    2). Hotel Harts – Chic comfortable hotel.State-of-the-art equipment, Egyptian linen bedding and all that kind of stuff. The hotel is located in close proximity to the castle and Market Square. Location: Standard Hill, Park Row;

    3). Hotel Lace Market – Excellent location, a few steps from the Church of St. Mary. The hotel has over forty wonderful modern rooms, decorated in a simple minimalist style, all located in a house from the era of Georg. Location: 29 High Pavement

    4). Rutland Square Hotel – Seductive and tastefully equipped modern chain hotel, good location by the castle. About ninety rooms. Location: Rutland Street, near Saint James’s Street.

    Nottingham Attractions

    Nottingham’s bustling downtown attracts long-distance shoppers, but its most prominent features are the beautiful Market Square, Castle and Lace Market, with its charming Victorian architecture.All are at a short distance from each other, easy to walk.

    • Market Square and Nottingham Castle

    Market Square is of course still the heart of the city. It is an airy, open plaza, dominated by the imposing neo-baroque Council House, completed as part of the city plan in 1928, over its shops, offices and a fountain. From here, a five-minute walk west along Friar Lane to Nottingham Castle, whose restored medieval gate overlooks a bronze Robin Hood, with slabs depicting legendary scenes from his life on the wall behind him.

    At a distance from the gate, the gardens rise up the slope to a squat 17th-century ducal palace, which, after burning and remaining untouched for the next forty years, opened as the first provincial museum in the area in 1878. The estate takes the place of the medieval upper courtyard of the castle, and behind, just behind the main entrance, two flights of stairs lead down into the labyrinth of ancient cellars, which riddled both the honeycomb and the cliff below.One area is now open for guided tours.

    It leads to the Mortimer’s Hole, a 91-meter-long mine that supporters of the young King Edward III secretly infiltrated in October 1330 to capture Queen Mother Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, who was hatching plans to inherit the British throne and has already killed the father of Edward III, the unfortunate Edward II. Bursting into the royal apartments, supporters of Edward III arrested Isabella and Mortimer, who was soon accused of conspiracy and hanged.

    At the bottom of the ducal mansion are the Castle Museum and the Art Gallery, where England’s main attraction is The History of Nottingham, a well-presented and entertaining story about the city’s development. Also, see the museum for a small but exceptional collection of late medieval alabaster carvings, an art form for which Nottingham used to have an undeniable reputation. It makes sense to go up to the top floor to bypass the main art gallery, a beautiful and spacious room that displays a curious assortment of mostly 19th century English romantic canvases.

    They are annotated regularly, but check out the evocative canvases of Nottingham artist Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828), Leslette John Pot’s melodramatic Queen Mary of Scots, and Arthur Spooner’s hilarious folk scene in Nottingham cityscapes (1873- 1962). The surprise will be Lowry’s typical industrial scene called Industrial Panorama.

    • Nottingham Lace Market

    A short walk, at the east end of Market Square, along Victoria Street, is the Lace Market, whose narrow alleys and alleys are lined with attractive and attractive a variety of Victorian factories and warehouses – especially distressing that the spaceship-like National Ice Center disrupts the architectural unity of the area.Stoney Street is the most attractive street on Lace Market, stretching all the way to the imposing Adams Building. Its beautiful brick and stone façade combines Neo-Georgian and Neo-Renaissance features.

    The adjacent street is Broadway with its line of homogeneous red brick and sandstone buildings. A common feature of many buildings is the long attic windows, which were supposed to illuminate the premises for renovation and inspection. In the heart of the Lace Market is St. Mary’s Church, a beautiful 19th century Gothic building built on top of the hill where the Saxon city used to be.

    The church adjoins High Pavement, the capital of Nottingham during the time of George, and here you will find Shire Hall, whose neoclassical columns, pilasters and dome date back to 1770. The façade also bears the traces of chaos from the time of George: to the left of the entrance, at street level, the mason carved the word “Goal” on the arch, and then he had to make a second attempt, remaking it into “Gaol”, both versions can be clearly seen even now. The room now houses the Galleries of Justice, where the child-centered Crime and Punishment tour is very RPG-like.

    Alternatively, you can wander around the building on your own to see two marvelously presented Victorian courtrooms, an Edwardian police station, several inmate cells, a women’s prison with a bathhouse, and a courtyard for walking inmates. Nearby, on Bayard Lane, is the first shop of local boyfriend Paul Smith, the most successful history of modern English fashion.

    Food & Beverage in Nottingham

    Nottingham has at least half a dozen high-end restaurants, whose exquisite menu balances unusual ingredients in a unique blend.There are also many simpler places – primarily Italian and Asian, plus a lot of cafes and café bars. The latter, almost without exception, have adopted the same formula – angular and ultra-modern decoration and in most cases they serve coffee and snacks, without more substantial dishes.

    1). French Living Restaurant – Authentic French cuisine set in an intimate candlelit interior on the lower floor. Daytime snacks and baguettes at the cafe on the ground floor. Evening hot meals from £ 10.Closed Sundays and Mondays. It is necessary to book a table in advance. Dishes average £ 15. Location: 27 King Street;

    2). Harts Restaurant – One of the city’s most sought-after restaurants, it is part of the old city hospital and serves an international menu of carefully decorated dishes. Attractive pastel contemporary decor and helpful staff. Location: Standard Court, Park Row;

    3). Memsaab Restaurant – One of the Indian restaurants – no dark red paper wallpaper, but restrained modern decor and plenty of free space.The food – a thoughtful blend of different Indian styles of cuisine from different regions – is amazing. An extensive hot menu starting at just £ 10. Location: 12 Maid Marian Way

    4). World Service Restaurant – A chic restaurant with a varied menu (largely Asian) in charming surroundings near the castle. A contemporary British menu, with delicacies such as pork chops with onion marmalade and lamb chops, spread with hazelnut butter, prepared with meticulous attention to detail. In the evening, hot meal prices start at around £ 16. But at lunchtime there is a limited menu with two courses for £ 12 or three for £ 16. Location: Newdigate House, Castle-Gate.

    Nightlife in Nottingham

    The list of nightlife in Nottingham is constantly changing depending on the fashion trends. The two most fashionable places now are Stealth, which is downtown on Goldsmith Street, and Blueprint, at 76 Vail Road in Colwick. The pubs around Market Square are hard to reach, especially on weekends, but there are a couple of lively and nicer drinking spots within walking distance with a more relaxed vibe.

    Live music, popular and classical, mainly performed by the most famous artists, is played at the Royal Concert Hall on South Sherwood Street. Broadway on Lace Market, 14 Broad Street, is the city’s finest movie theater with the most popular mainstream and avant-garde films, and the Nottingham Playhouse in Wellington Square.

    • Pubs and Bars of Nottingham

    1). Broadway Cinema Bar – An informal, trendy (artistic) bar serving a wide range of bottled beers to moviegoers.Location: Broadway Cinema, 14 Broad Street;

    2). Cast Bar – This is a fairly popular and affordable place; on summer evenings, tables are set in the courtyard. Visitors come here to view a piece of contemporary art at the same time – Anish Kapoor’s huge, thought-provoking “Mirror of Heaven.” There is also an adjoining restaurant. Location: Wellington Circus;

    3). Cock and Hoop Pub – One of the few pubs in the center that has avoided being converted to a younger clientele.It is a small bar with thick carpets and comfortable seating, located on different levels, in a beautiful setting. Real ales are served here. Location: 25 High Pavement, Lace Market

    4). Lincoinshire Poacher Pub – Popular pub serving a wide range of real ales on the tap and in bottles. Location: 161 Mansfield Road;

    5). Sir John Borlase Warren Bar – A popular bar located half a mile up the hill from the city center along Derby Road.This haphazardly old bar has its own character and friendly atmosphere. Location: 1 llkeston Road, Canning Circus;

    6). Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn – Carved into the rock of the castle, this ancient inn could well have been a meeting place for soldiers returning from the Third Crusade. Its cavernous bars with rough, sandstone stone ceilings provide a decent hiding place. Location: Below the castle, in the Brewhouse Yard.

    Outskirts of Nottingham (Eastwood Village)

    David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) was born in the mining village of Eastwood, about 8 miles west of Nottingham. The mine closed many years ago, and Eastwood is a bit of a post-industrial eyesore, but the house where Lawrence was born and spent his childhood has survived. This tiny red-brick terraced house, now converted into the Lawrence Birthplace Museum, is located at 8 Victoria Street, off Nottingham Road.

    None of the pieces of furniture and equipment are original, which is not too surprising given that Lawrence’s family left when he was two, but this museum is an engaging reproduction of the time, interspersed with biographical excursions into the early life of the author …

    Enthusiasts can then take the 3-mile Blue Line Walk around the Eastwood sites associated with Lawrence – the family moved several times for various reasons, and Lawrence did not leave Eastwood until 1908.The walk takes about an hour, a brochure can be obtained from the museum. Buses leave from Nottingham Victoria Bus Station every twenty minutes and arrive in Eastwood thirty minutes later.


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    Attractions of Nottingham – what to see in 2022 OrangeSmile.

    com A modern metropolis, which, despite the rapid development of industry and urban planning, has managed to preserve the most valuable historical and architectural monuments.The city is often called the cultural capital of England, and for its many shopping centers and shops it is called the capital of shopping. Tourists who prefer to stay in modern design hotels in Nottingham are pleased to offer their services Jurys Inn Nottingham. This hotel offers a wide range of spacious rooms with modern, modern furnishings. Nottingham is surrounded by thickets of the rich Shervurd forest, which is associated with the name of the world-famous robber – Robin Hood.This name became known even more than seven hundred years ago, it has always been synonymous with justice and romanticism. This atmosphere has survived to this day, many excursion and cultural programs are devoted to stories about the exploits and adventures of Robin Hood. He has become a kind of visiting card of the city; streets, restaurants and pubs are named after him. Every year the city hosts a festival dedicated to the most romantic robber. For a whole week, the locals have fun and sing songs, arrange costumed performances and theatrical performances.There are open-air cafes on the streets where you can taste national dishes and drinks. Copyright www.orangesmile.com Fans of high-quality rest in Nottingham increasingly prefer the fashionable Crowne Plaza Nottingham hotel. It is located on one of the central streets of the city, next to the Royal Concert … Open Of course, this festival is the largest and most famous, but besides it there are many interesting events: the Lawrence Festival, the Bolshoi Ballet, the Dance Festival, the annual Goose Fair, the British Art Show and many other equally interesting holidays.Among the architectural sights, it is worth highlighting the City Castle, which was built in the 11th century, as well as old cathedrals and churches (County Hall and St Mary’s). Walking through magnificent parks and visiting local historical monuments will leave the most vivid impressions and make your vacation unforgettable. Many Nottingham hotels and guest houses are housed in beautiful historic buildings, one such hotel is the Elm Bank Lodge Guest House.It is located on the territory of a unique historical and cultural park … Open In the very center of Nottingham, there is a beautiful palace and park complex Wallaton Hall. This luxurious Renaissance palace was one of the most luxurious residences of Queen Elizabeth and is now open to public visits. Visitors to the palace can appreciate the richness of its interior decoration, as well as admire the unique works of art and antique furniture stored within the walls of the palace.Of great interest is the garden surrounding the palace, which covers an area of ​​more than 500 acres. Part of the beautiful palace is now occupied by the Natural History Museum. A significant part of city tours starts from the Old Market Square, there are many beautiful old buildings around it, and beautiful historic streets also start here. This historic square is the largest public space in England and hosts the most significant social and recreational events on national holidays. Next to the square is the Council Building, which is a striking landmark in the neoclassical style, as well as the spectacular Nottingham Playhouse. To make your romantic getaway in Nottingham unforgettable, you should opt for the upscale Park Plaza Nottingham hotel. It is located in close proximity to Nottingham Castle, with … Open Just a few minutes walk separates the historical square with the Lace Market, the so-called old trade pavilion, which is still used for its intended purpose.Once upon a time, fashionistas from all over England came here to choose luxurious laces from local factories, as well as to buy fabrics for their exquisite outfits. The building of the market is very large; not only the retail space, but also the old warehouse premises have been preserved in it. Now the historic building houses many interesting shopping pavilions and restaurants. An unusual attraction is the old courthouse, which was built back in 1780.Today, this building houses the Museum of Justice, during a tour of which you can visit the old prison, which was founded in the 14th century, as well as look into the courtrooms. A significant part of this museum is also dedicated to the main national hero – Robin Hood. Nottingham has large shopping centers, souvenir shops popular with tourists, and excellent gastronomic shops where you can find the rarest regional delicacies…. Open Nottingham is home to the world-famous City of Caves – this is the name of the complex of artificial caves, which is more than a thousand years old. This complex of caves is the largest in the country, with many incredible stories associated with it.

    Cultural landmarks in Nottingham

    The main attraction of the city, known far beyond its borders, is Nottingham Castle. A powerful fortification structure, which is several hundred years old, has now been converted into a museum and keeps an invaluable collection of historical artifacts.In front of the castle gates, visitors can see a monument to the famous literary hero – Robin Hood. Fans of the stories of the robber hero should definitely visit the park area located in the outskirts of the city, near the village of Edwinstow.

    It is believed that this park was the “headquarters” of Robin Hood; on its territory there is also an important natural landmark – an oak, which is about a thousand years old. An equally important attraction is the house that belonged to the poet Lord Byron, or Newstead Abbey.It is open to free visits and demonstrates to guests a collection of interesting items related to the life and work of the poet.

    His tomb is located near the ancient Hucknall church, and this place is also visited by a lot of people. Several beautiful palaces and mansions have survived in Nottingham. Wallaton Hall is a striking monument of the Renaissance era, the construction of which was completed in 1580. Currently, the beautiful palace has been converted into the Natural History Museum.After examining the exhibits, visitors will be offered a stroll through the picturesque park surrounding the palace. Nottingham also has remarkable medieval buildings, including the Church of St. Barnabas. It was founded in the first half of the 19th century and is made in the best traditions of the Gothic architectural style. The Church of St Mary the Virgin is a wonderful monument from the Middle Ages. More about cultural attractions

    Things to Do in Nottingham

    Nottingham attracts not only fans of excursions and adventure novels, but also fans of active entertainment, as well as those who cannot imagine a vacation without visiting nightclubs and casinos.The city has an excellent casino Alea Nottingham. It will appeal not only to those who wish to try their luck, but also to those who want to relax in a pleasant environment. Guests are offered a large selection of food and drinks, and every night the casino hosts interesting entertainment events.

    Dusk till Dawn casino is a favorite place of recreation for young people.It has recently undergone a large-scale renovation. The main feature of this establishment is a large and beautiful poker room.The casino also has an excellent bar serving dozens of beers and signature cocktails. Highfields Park invites you to spend time in nature and have a great rest with the whole family. On its territory there is a beautiful lake for boating, several playgrounds for children, a picnic area, as well as an abundance of beautiful plants and flowers that you can admire endlessly. A pleasant atmosphere of tranquility always reigns in the park; there are also several attractive coffee houses on its territory.

    Fans of spa treatments will not be bored either, as the city’s best spa, The Spa at Thoresby Hall, welcomes customers every day. After a massage and beauty treatment, visitors can relax by the pool or go to the sauna, the salon features attractive prices. Sports fans will love Nottingham’s Skirmish Paintball Games. Here you can have a great time with the whole family, play paintball and enjoy your stay in a friendly atmosphere.Fans of slot machines and attractions will love the Nottingham Medieval Banquets, while those who have long dreamed of going horseback riding should not miss the Nottingham Racecourse Equestrian Center. A pleasant surprise awaits the shoppers, as there are several large-scale shopping malls in the city. The most popular are Victoria and Broadmarsh Shopping. Clumber Street and Lister Gate are home to a myriad of designer clothing stores and stylish boutiques.In search of memorable gifts, you can go to Bridlesmith Street, where, in addition to clothing and footwear stores, there are excellent souvenir shops. More about entertainment

    Nottingham Attractions for Families with Children

    Family vacations in Nottingham can be diversified with a lot of interesting entertainments.There are many entertainment centers available for tourists with children. There are many picturesque parks in the city, one of the most interesting for families with children is the Rushcliffe Country Park.It is very large; there are many interesting playgrounds and attractions for children on the territory of this park. There are a variety of swings and carousels, which visitors can ride for free. Older children will love the gymnastic equipment, and there are also table tennis tables in the park. In this park, you can have a great day and have a family picnic.

    Another attractive entertainment center for families with children is The Lost City.This park has excellent mini golf courses that even children can play. Many regular guests of the center tend to visit it in the evening, when the park is decorated with artistic lighting. It has everything you need for a long and comfortable stay, including a cafe with a rich menu.

    One of the most unusual in the city is the Great Central Railway – Nottingham entertainment center. It is an original open-air museum dedicated to railway transport.Here, visitors can look inside old steam locomotives and carriages, as well as see a collection of old buses. Visitors to the center are offered a ride on some ancient types of transport, this entertainment will give a lot of impressions to the whole family. Nature lovers should definitely visit the Stonebridge City Farm, the entrance to its territory is absolutely free. On this farm, visitors are taught how to properly care for pets, children will have the opportunity to feed horses, goats and chickens. The farm is home to cute rabbits, which children are allowed to hold in their arms, and there are also many beautiful and interesting places for walking. More about children’s attractions This guide to landmarks in Nottingham is protected by the copyright law. Complete reprinting is permitted only if the source is credited with a direct link to www.orangesmile.com.

    Attractions in / around Nottingham from Reviews of Unique Places

    St. John’s Hospital

    From the series “The Most Mystical Buildings (Mansions, Palaces, Fortresses) in the World” It is noteworthy that many patients of the clinic also witnessed paranormal phenomena, who told doctors about the flames suddenly flaring up in the wards and chilling screams, but no one listened to the words of mentally ill patients.Tourists who visit the hospital today often complain of sudden panic attacks and headaches.It is no coincidence that St. John’s Hospital is considered one of the darkest and mystical buildings in the world. … Read completely

    Church of St. Mary and All Saints

    From the series “Falling Towers and Buildings” Local residents have many incredible legends associated with the ancient religious building, according to one of them, the spire of the church was damaged by the Devil fleeing from the local blacksmith.The old church of St. Mary and All Saints is remarkable not only for its original appearance, but also for its interior decoration, in which many ancient elements have been preserved. On the territory of the church there is also an old cemetery, where you can see the tombs of many famous residents of the city. … Read completely

    City of Nottingham | UK | Prices | Tours | Flights | Hotels | Climate

    Descriptions of more than 45,000 cities, including Nottingham, based on public statistics and more than 30.000 ratings from travelers around the world.
    Nottingham ( Nottingham ) – city ​​in Great Britain in the administrative region of England. If we take into account the latest census, then the city has more than 246.7 thousand people. Knowing English at a basic level, you can not be afraid to be misunderstood in Nottingham, because most of the inhabitants speak this language fluently.
    Infrastructure of Nottingham. When it comes to internet communication, local providers offer fairly fast connection speeds.If you prefer nightlife and noisy parties, then you should definitely visit Nottingham. This city will envelop you in the unique atmosphere of the city night. Travelers estimate the city is safe enough, but it never hurts to keep basic precautions.
    Overall assessment of Nottingham. According to world statistics, this city is considered one of the best places to live, work and build a family.

    Cost of living and prices of goods in Nottingham

    90,198 Restaurants 90,199
    Lunch Inexpensive restaurant 1 person 10 USD
    Lunch Middle class restaurant 2 persons 49 USD
    Lunch McMeal at McDonald’s 1 PC. 6 USD
    Drinks Local beer 0.5 liters 4 USD
    Drinks Imported beer 0.33 liters 4 USD
    Drinks Coke / Pepsi 0.33 liters 1 USD
    Drinks Water 0.33 liters 1 USD
    Drinks Cappuccino Serving 3 USD
    Supermarkets
    Products Water 1.5 liters 1 USD
    Products White fresh bread 500 BC 1 USD
    Products Eggs 12 pcs. 2 USD
    Products Milk 1 liter 1 USD
    Products Bow 1 kg. 1 USD
    Products Cabbage 1 head 1 USD
    Products White rice 1 kg. 2 USD
    Products Potato 1 kg. 1 USD
    Products Tomatoes 90 220 1 kg. 2 USD
    Products Local cheese 1 kg. 7 USD
    Meat Chicken fillet 1 kg. 7 USD
    Fruit Apples 1 kg. 3 USD
    Fruit Bananas 1 kg. 1 USD
    Fruit Oranges 90 220 1 kg. 2 USD
    Alcohol Middle class wine 1 bottle 9 USD
    Alcohol Local beer 0.5 liters 2 USD
    Alcohol Imported beer 0.33 liters 2 USD
    Cigarettes Marlboro 1 pack 11 USD
    Transport
    Public transport One way trip 1 ticket 2 USD
    Public transport Transport Transport card 61 USD
    Taxi Starting rate Landing 3 USD
    Taxi Trip 1 km. 3 USD
    Taxi Waiting 1 hour 49 USD
    Fuel Gasoline 1 liter 1 USD
    Car, purchase Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline 1 PC. 20.471 USD
    Entertainment
    Sports Fitness center, subscription 1 month 29 USD
    Sports Tennis court, rent 1 hour 11 USD
    Leisure Cinema, international film 1st place 11 USD
    Products
    Clothes Jeans, Levis 501 1 pair 76 USD
    Clothes Summer dress in Zara, H&M 1 PC. 32 USD
    Shoes Nike Running Shoes 1 pair 60 USD
    Shoes Leather office shoes 1 pair 62 USD
    Accommodation
    Rental housing Apartment in the city center 1-room 629 USD
    Rental housing Apartment not in the center 1-room 475 USD
    Rental housing Apartment in the city center 3-room 1,146 USD
    Rental housing Apartment not in the center 3-room 754 USD
    Utilities 90 220 Electricity, heating… 85 sq. meters 1 month 129 USD
    Communication Mobile communications 1 minute 0 USD
    Communication Unlimited Internet 1 month 24 USD
    Home purchase Apartment in the city center 1 sq.meter 4,400 USD
    Home purchase Apartment not in the center 1 sq. meter 3,880 USD
    Salary Average salary after taxes 1 month 2.165 USD
    Mortgage Interest rate 1 year 3.45%

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    Weather, climate, temperature by months in Nottingham

    Season Fall Winter Spring Summer
    Month Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug
    Average maximum ° C 18 14 9 7 7 7 10 13 16 19 21 21 13
    Average temperature ° C 14 10 7 4 4 4 6 8 12 15 17 17 10
    Average minimum ° C 10 7 4 2 1 1 3 4 7 10 12 12 6
    Rain days 5 6 6 6 6 5 4 5 5 4 6 6 64
    Snow days 0 0 1 3 4 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 18
    Fog days 5 5 7 8 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 55
    Snow level Cf. 0 0 0 8 11 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 27
    Precipitation level mm. 50 50 50 40 50 40 30 40 50 40 60 50 550
    Air humidity % 83 86 91 91 90 88 82 81 77 76 74 79 83
    Wind Speed ​​ Km / h 12 13 14 14 16 16 15 14 13 12 12 11 13
    Day length Hours 13 11 9 8 9 11 13 15 17 18 17 15 13

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    206 km UK Scotland Glasgow 610.268 589 USD 8.3 8.6 Scotland Edinburgh 435.791 664 USD 9.0 8.6 8.2
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    53 km United Kingdom England Leeds 455.123 558 USD 8.9 7.4 6 9144 Northern Ireland Belfast 274.770 513 USD 8.2 7.0 4.4
    0 km United Kingdom England Nottingham 8206 902 8.9 7.5
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    Hello, my beloved readers.

    Nottingham Castle, Robin Hood monument, theaters and galleries – all this undoubtedly attracts tourists to this wonderful place in the heart of the Kingdom.

    Would you like to know more about the city of the famous robber?

    Let’s start then!

    The visiting card of this place is the very Robin Hood.The place is believed to have been his home. Nearby is Sherwood Forest, famous for its huge oak trees. And, of course, also the fact that it was in it that Robin Hood was hiding. By the way, many buildings, streets and even festivals are named after this fictional – and maybe existing – hero.

    Sherwood Forest

    The story of the brave robber is so popular here that a festival dedicated to him is held annually, and his sculpture stands near the main castle of the city. During the festival, residents have fun, singing songs, dancing and performing various performances throughout the week.

    Monument to Robin Hood

    Still, in the past, the place was also famous for its textile industry. Local lace is legendary. Local needlewomen sold homemade lace near the city’s main castle. Only then did mass production appear.

    If we talk about architecture, then, undoubtedly, the eye will be drawn to the 11th century Nottingham Castle. And it stands to this day, though now not as a residence, but only as a museum. On the territory of the castle, a beer festival is held annually.

    Nottingham Castle

    In addition to this castle, there are also several historic palaces preserved here, which will definitely appeal to history buffs. For example, the largest building of the Middle Ages, the Church of St. Mary, has been preserved here.

    The city supports any activity. Not surprisingly, various casinos and pubs are very common here. Almost all types of cuisines are presented in restaurants and cafes: from national to Indian. By the way, here the size of a tip in a restaurant depends on its level.If the restaurant is of a high class, then the tip is always included in the bill, and if it is a more budget option, then the usual tip is 5-7% here.

    Pub Trip to Jerusalem

    Nottingham surprisingly combines the authenticity of the past in the form of narrow streets and crowded neighborhoods and modern reality. Almost every couple of meters on the street you can see another pub.

    Top 5 Interesting Facts
    1. The Trip to Jerusalem, the oldest pub in England, is located here.It is said to have been built as early as 1189. There is also a model ship in the pub. And according to rumors, anyone who cleans it will die.
    2. The oldest UK fair – Goose Fair – takes place here. By October, the city is filled with people who want to try local dishes and participate in the fair.

      Goose Fair

    3. Traffic lights were invented here.
    4. The oldest oak tree in the world grows here, dating back more than a thousand years.

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