City of Caves
Behind its lace-patterned concrete facade, this sleek gallery mounts edgy, design-oriented exhibitions of paintings, prints, photography...
Galleries of Justice
In the grand Georgian Shire Hall, the Galleries of Justice offer a ghoulish stroll through centuries of British justice, including...
St Mary's Church
Pitcher & Piano
A deconsecrated 19th century church, complete with soaring ceilings, glorious stained glass and flickering candles, makes this branch...
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...
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 £12/9.75 per adult/child.