City of Caves
Behind its lace-patterned concrete facade, this sleek gallery holds edgy, design-oriented exhibitions of paintings, prints, photography...
Galleries of Justice
In the grand Georgian Shire Hall, the Galleries of Justice offers a ghoulish stroll through centuries of British justice, including...
St Mary's Church
Pitcher & Piano
A deconsecrated 19th-century church with soaring ceilings, glorious stained glass and flickering candles make this chain bar/restaurant...
Delilah Fine Foods
Impeccably selected cheeses, pâtés, meats and more from artisan producers are available to sample, take away or eat on-site at this...
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Lonely Planet review
Over the centuries, the sandstone underneath Nottingham has been carved into a veritable Swiss cheese of caverns and passageways. From the top level of the Broadmarsh shopping centre , audio tours (or performance tours at weekends and during school holidays – book ahead) lead you through a WWII air-raid shelter, a medieval underground tannery, several pub cellars and a mock-up of a Victorian slum dwelling. A joint ticket with the Galleries of Justice costs adult/child £12/9.75.