Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem
Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard
The underground passageway Mortimer's Hole, at Nottingham Castle, emerges at Brewhouse Yard, where you can visit five atmospheric...
Nottingham Castle & Art Gallery
Nottingham's namesake castle crowns a sandstone outcrop worm-holed with caves and tunnels. The original castle was founded by William...
City of Caves
Over the centuries, the sandstone underneath Nottingham has been carved into a honeycomb of caverns and passageways. Audio tours (Monday...
The best of the canal-front pubs, run by the independent Castle Rock Brewery, and split in two by a watery inlet.
Adjacent to Hart's boutique hotel, this contemporary restaurant has plush booths, ultra-attentive service and surprisingly affordable...
Brewhouse Yard, Castle Rd · interesting places nearby
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem information
Carved 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. Book informal tours (£2.50) of its cellars and caves at least two weeks ahead.