Nottingham's history and heritage
Nottingham City Hospital is only a 20 minutes drive from the city centre, which teems with history and is home to fascinating museums and galleries. Start at Nottingham Castle Museum, located in the city's Near-thousand year old fortress. As well as being home to an impressive fine art collection, it also traces area's connection to the famous Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. Nottingham Contemporary opened in 2009, and is fast becoming one of England's most exciting cutting-edge galleries. Visit Nottingham Industrial Museum to learn all about the city's history of manufacturing, textiles and engineering.
A night out in Nottingham
The East Midlands city of Nottingham is sprinkled with playhouses, bars, restaurants and club, making it perfect for a night out, no matter what you fancy. For big-name music acts, head to the vast Motorpoint Arena, or for quality comedy, dance, drama and theatre there's the renowned Nottingham Playhouse. The city's compact and walkable centre is dotted with pubs, from the charming and traditional to the no-nonsense boozers that attracted the city's sizeable student population. For clubbers, Stealth, Nottingham's leading electronic music venue, is a must on weekends.
Shopping in Nottingham
Nottingham is one of the East Midlands' premier shopping destinations, home to mix of high street favourites, quirky boutiques and stylish high-end stores. Head to intu Victoria Centre for over 120 shops, cafes and restaurants. For something special, Exchange Arcade is where you'll find the city's designer fashion brands.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Nottingham City Hospital? Travelodge Nottingham Central Hotel and Travelodge Nottingham Riverside Hotel are both close by.