National Ice Centre
St Mary's Church
The most atmospheric time to visit this historic church dating from Saxon times is during evensong at 6.15pm.
Galleries of Justice
In the grand Georgian Shire Hall, the Galleries of Justice offers a ghoulish stroll through centuries of British justice, including...
Entering what appears to be an industrial boilermaker's shop and navigating your way through two secret doors brings you into this...
A stunning, coffered-ceilinged dining room sets the stage for some of Nottingham's finest dining. Knock-out combinations include smoked...
Bolero Sq · interesting places nearby
National Ice Centre information
On Bolero Sq (named for Nottingham skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's iconic 1984 gold-medal-winning routine) lies the UK's first ice centre with twin Olympic-sized (60m x 30m) rinks. The complex incorporates the East Midland's premier entertainment venue, the Capital FM Arena , which hosts sporting fixtures, competitions and performances. Daily skating session times are posted online.