Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem
Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard
Nottingham Castle & Art Gallery
Nottingham's famous castle sits atop a sandstone outcrop worm-holed with caves and tunnels. The original castle was founded by William...
Burrowing through the bedrock beneath the castle, this atmospheric underground passageway emerges at Brewhouse Yard. In 1330, supporters...
Ye Olde Salutation Inn
A dual carriageway disguises the centuries-old atmosphere (c 1240) of 'the Sal', as regulars know it. Ask at the bar if you can have a...
World Service Restaurant
Set in the courtyard of a 17th-century mansion and decked out with a eclectic selection of Asian ornaments, World Service feels rather...
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem information
Lonely Planet review
Wedged into the cliff below the castle, this atmospheric alehouse claims to be England's oldest pub. Founded in 1189, it supposedly slaked the thirst of departing crusaders and its rooms and cobbled courtyards are still the most ambient place in Nottingham for a pint. Informal tours (per person £2.50) of its cellars can be arranged by booking at least two weeks ahead.