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Whether you want to stay in the heart of Nottingham’s thriving city centre, taking advantage of the many varied entertainment opportunities and places to eat within walking distance, or travel slightly further afield to experience the beautiful open spaces and trace the story of the city’s famous Robin Hood,
Nottingham offers something for everyone. There is always something going on to get involved with in the city centre. In the centrally placed Market Square there is often a treat, from a real sand beach with funfair rides in the summer to the winter ice skating rink. Nottingham Castle is not only beautiful to look around but holds open air plays in the summer, and if you are interested in the history of the city and exploration of the legend of Robin Hood is a must! Sherwood Forest is a simple bus ride away.
Within the city itself there are many beautiful open green spaces to enjoy. Wollaton Park is a highlight. Perfect for a picnic with deer in view, in the grounds of the hansome Wollaton Hall, recently used as the exterior of Wayne Manor in the latest Batman film. The University of Nottingham’s University Park campus is lovely to walk around. The lake has seasonal boating and the Lakeside Centre offers many opportunities to indulge in the arts.
Nottingham is overflowing with places to go for lovers of the Arts. Trent FM and Rock City host big musical names in Rock and pop or for those who want to see some emerging talent in a more intimate venue there is Hockley’s Jam Cafe. The city has a burgeoning comedy scene, with clubs such as Just the Tonic, Jongleurs and the Glee Club hosting big names in stand up and improvised comedy. For drama enthusiasts there are both independent and mainstream cinemas as well as several theatres including the Nottingham Playhouse and The Royal Centre showing a variety of theatre from touring musicals to ballet.
Sport more your thing? Trent Bridge cricket ground is within walking distance from the city centre hosts international and regional matches. The Trent FM arena also hosts ice hockey matches and rugby and football matches are not hard to find. For shopping the high street is brilliantly accompanied by the Victoria and Broadmarsh shopping centres.
Nottingham offers so much to do to suit all different tastes.
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