Nottingham is in the East Midlands, famed for its links with the Robin Hood legend. During the Industrial Revolution, it obtained worldwide recognition for its lace-making industry. It was granted its city charter as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria in 1897 and has since been officially titled the City of Nottingham.
Bridlemsmith Gate is located in the centre of Nottingham and is one of the most expensive streets in Europe, and second most expensive street in the UK.View Bridlesmith Gate
The Cornerhouse is a popular leisure destination located in the block surrounded by South Sherwood Street, Burton Street, Trinity Square, and Forman StreetView Cornerhouse
Hockley Village (or more commonly, just Hockley) is an area near the centre of Nottingham adjacent to the Lace Market. With many bars, restaurants and trendy clothes shops, it is a vibrant, modern section of the city, described by one fan as "the Soho of Nottingham".View Hockley
Nottingham Castle is a magnificent 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original Medieval Castle, with spectacular views across the city.View Nottingham Castle
Old Market Square is an open town square in Nottingham, England, the largest such surviving in England, and forms the heart of the city of Nottingham.View Old Market Square
The region's most popular historical tourist attraction, the Tales of Robin Hood, is situated in the heart of vibrant, historical Nottingham - making it an ideal day's destination.View Tales of Robin Hood