A great way to see the city of Nottingham is to tour its city centre. With so much things to see and do, Nottingham City Centre is a highlight of the city. The historical and cultural heart of Nottingham, the city centre houses UK's largest city square, th...more
A great way to see the city of Nottingham is to tour its city centre. With so much things to see and do, Nottingham City Centre is a highlight of the city. The historical and cultural heart of Nottingham, the city centre houses UK's largest city square, the Old Market Square. The site of many attractions and numerous fairs and exhibitions, as well as the Nottingham Tourism Centre, this square is definitely worth exploring. Nottingham’s city centre is also surrounded by numerous shopping streets and the Nottingham Council House amongst other popular attractions. Crowned by an imposing dome that is a landmark seen from miles around, Nottingham's Council House - also the city hall of Nottingham - houses a boutique shopping centre in its ground floor. Nottingham’s city centre also offers numerous other attractions for the entire family - Nottingham Castle, National Ice Centre and Rock City to name a few.
There are different operating hours for different attractions here.
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
All the attractions mentioned above!
Muslims visiting Nottingham’s City Centre are sure to find a mosque or two located nearby. Nottingham is known to be home to quite a number of mosques due to its sizeable Muslim population. Jameah Fatimiah, Masjid Umar and Masjid Al Khazra are just a few of the several mosques in the city. You can ask the locals to direct you to the nearest prayer facility.
Nottingham’s City Center is known to be surrounded by restaurants. You can easily find restaurants serving vegetarian and seafood items. For those looking to dine on Halal food in particular, Tipoo Turkish Restaurant and Roosters Piri Piri are some recommendations.