Nottingham's nightlife

Nottingham train station is perfectly placed for exploring the nightlife on offer in the East Midlands city of Nottingham. Head to the vast Motorpoint Arena for touring pop stars or Nottingham Playhouse for quality comedy, dance, drama and theatre. The city is also sprinkled with cosy pubs - some of which date back more than 400 years. For clubbers, Stealth, Nottingham's leading electronic music venue, is a must on weekends, or Ocean is popular with students.

Explore Nottingham's museums and galleries

Nottingham is home to many fascinating museums and galleries for culture lovers to enjoy. Nottingham Castle dates back almost a thousand years and also houses a fine art gallery. Don't miss the unique cave network beneath the city, which traces the history of Nottingham from Anglo-Saxon times to the present day. Nottingham Contemporary is the city's home for modern art, hosting regular, family-friendly workshops.

Discover Nottingham's green spaces

The city of Nottingham is blessed with lots of beautiful green spaces. In the west, Wollaton Hall and Gardens is home to a wonderful 16th mansion and gorgeous deer park. Near Nottingham Trent University you'll find the charming Arboretum Park, home to over 800 trees, some of which date back to the Victorian period.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Nottingham train station? Travelodge Nottingham Central Hotel is a short walk, or Travelodge Nottingham Riverside Hotel is a short bus journey away.