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Popularly known as the “Queen of Midlands”, Nottingham is a serene city in England. Known for its shopping and for being associated with the legendary hero Robin Hood, Nottingham is located in East Midlands and is one of the best destinations to visit in England. For Muslim visitors there are a wide variety of halal hotels in Nottingham and also mosques and halal restaurants. The central part of the city is located around River Leen whereas the southern part of the city meanders around the River Trent. Nottingham has a long history and the city initially depended on the coal-mining and lace making industry. Nottingham often comes as a pleasant surprise to many of its visitors. The Nottingham Castle is among the most visited attractions in the city and a beautiful and must-visit place. The National Ice Centre and Nottingham Arena is one of the finest ice skating arenas in the UK. There are several caves both natural as well as manmade that are dotted all around the city and attract visitors. When it comes to architecture the Wollaton Hall is a must mention. It is a grand Tudor-style mansion in the city. Nottingham also has a large number of museums and art galleries. The Museum of Nottingham Life at Brew house Yard has an excellent range of artifacts which help visitors’ leans about the history of the area. For those who wish to learn more about lace making, the Museum of Costume and Textiles is a great place to visit. The Nottingham Contemporary is a great place to see some modern artwork. Nottingham is known for its wonderful shopping. The Victoria Centre and Broadmarsh are by far the most popular destinations for shopping in the city. The Lister Gate and Clumber Street also have some world-classshops and boutiques. Other good places to shop are Bridlesmith Gate, Exchange Arcade and the Hockley Village....more

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Popularly known as the “Queen of Midlands”, Nottingham is a serene city in England. Known for its shopping and for being associated with the legendary hero Robin Hood, Nottingham is located in East Midlands and is one of the best destinations to visit in England. For Muslim visitors there are a wide variety of halal hotels in Nottingham and also mosques and halal restaurants. The central part of the city is located around River Leen whereas the southern part of the city meanders around the River Trent. Nottingham has a long history and the city initially depended on the coal-mining and lace making industry.

Nottingham often comes as a pleasant surprise to many of its visitors. The Nottingham Castle is among the most visited attractions in the city and a beautiful and must-visit place. The National Ice Centre and Nottingham Arena is one of the finest ice skating arenas in the UK. There are several caves both natural as well as manmade that are dotted all around the city and attract visitors. When it comes to architecture the Wollaton Hall is a must mention. It is a grand Tudor-style mansion in the city.

Nottingham also has a large number of museums and art galleries. The Museum of Nottingham Life at Brew house Yard has an excellent range of artifacts which help visitors’ leans about the history of the area. For those who wish to learn more about lace making, the Museum of Costume and Textiles is a great place to visit. The Nottingham Contemporary is a great place to see some modern artwork.

Nottingham is known for its wonderful shopping. The Victoria Centre and Broadmarsh are by far the most popular destinations for shopping in the city. The Lister Gate and Clumber Street also have some world-classshops and boutiques. Other good places to shop are Bridlesmith Gate, Exchange Arcade and the Hockley Village.

Nearby Airports

The nearest airport to Nottingham is the East Midlands Airport. A regular bus service is available from the airport to the city center and leaves every 30 minutes. A one-way ticket for the bus costs around £5 and the journey takes about 40 minutes.

Halal Restaurants

Nottingham has numerous halal restaurants. Whether it is Pakistani, Indian, Middle Eastern, Chinese or European cuisine, one can always find a halal restaurant in Nottingham serving it. Some of the best halal restaurants in Nottingham include Fanoose Kebab House, The Banyan Tree, Punjab Karahi House, Desi Express, Paradise Restaurant & Takeaway, Maryland Chicken, etc.

Mosques

There are quite a number of mosques in Nottingham. Some of the popular mosques in Nottingham are Nurani Jami Masjid, Masjid Al-Khazra, Masjid Umar, Karimia Mosque and Institute, Notts New Muslims, Nottingham University Islamic Society, Dar-us-Sallam, etc

Things to Do and See in Nottingham

  • Nottingham Castle
  • City of Caves
  • Nottingham Contemporary
  • Sherwood Forest Country Park
  • Nottingham Arboretum
  • Museum of Nottingham Life
  • Woolaton Hall
  • Colwick park
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