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Crowne Plaza Nottingham

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Below the streets of Nottingham is a network of man-made sandstone caves. Used in the past for housing, tanneries and air-raid shelters, they're now open to the public, with City of Caves running popular tours of this underground world. Other tours focus on Mortimer’s Hole at Nottingham Castle, while an hour's drive away you can explore the limestone gorge and Ice Age exhibits of Creswell Crags.

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The historic Lace Market is only 15 minutes' walk from the hotel. Its grand Victorian structure was once a hub for the city's lace industry, but it's now the heart of modern Nottingham's Creative Quarter, merging with neighbouring Hockley to form a vibrant district of hip bars, restaurants and boutiques. Here you can see dynamic art at Nottingham Contemporary and live music at Capital FM Arena.

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Our onsite parking makes it easy for drivers to venture outside the city, to famous Sherwood Forest and other attractions of the surrounding countryside. Grand Elizabethan country house Wollaton Hall, less than 20 minutes’ drive away doubled as stately Wayne Manor in the Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises". Home to Nottingham Natural History Museum, its set amid 500 acres of gardens and parkland.

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A short walk from the hotel, the grand Victorian Theatre Royal and neighbouring Royal Concert Hall present a diverse programme of performances, from popular musicals and classical concerts to stand-up comedy, acclaimed stage plays and the annual pantomime. Backstage Tours take visitors behind the scenes to learn more about the theatre's history and see how productions are actually staged.

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Set on a high rock near Crowne Plaza® Nottingham hotel, historic Nottingham Castle offers sweeping views over the city. Its museum and gallery hold an impressive collection of fine art with paintings dating from the 11th century, as well as original costumes, silverware and other artefacts. You'll also find galleries detailing local history, and kids love the medieval-themed playground outside.

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Nottingham Forest Football Club

The City Ground, Notitngham, NG2 5Fj

Local Football Club in division 1 with large fan base

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

Trent Bridge, Nottingham, NG2

Trent Bridge Cricket Stadium, where County and International Cricket is held on a regular basis. International matches include world 2010

National Water Sports Centre

Radcliffe Road, Nottingham,

Rowing, Canoeing, Water Skiing and Sailing all available at the National Water Sports Centre

Nottingham Ice Arena

Radcliffe Road, Nottingham,

Home to Nottingham Panters as well as a public scating rink it is a venue for concerts with bug name appearances over the year.

Bridlesmith Gate - Home to Paul Smith & designers

Radcliffe Road, Nottingham,

Home to the designer area of Nottingham Paul Smith Nottinghams own designer and many more, also quaint streets and pavement dining

Nottingham Castle

Catle Gate Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1

The infamous Nottingham Catle - exploe the beautiful gardens in the heart of the city and visit the Robin Hood film exhibition until October 2010

Southwell Minster

Catle Gate Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1

The histoic Minster in Southwell is centurays old, with fine examples of art and amazing stain glass windows. Located in the quaint town of Southwell home the millionaires !

National Justice Museum

The shire Hall, High Pavement, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1

The origional home of the Sherrif of Nottingham turned court house. Relive the early days of justice also enjoy a sherifs banquet.

Sherwood Forest Country Park

Sherwood County Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG16

The origional home to Robion Hood, visit the Great Oak which would have been there when Robin was, the visitor centre has art and craft displays of the day and information on how Robin would have lived

Theatre Royal and Concert Hall

The Royal Centre, Wollaton Street, Nottingham, Nottighamshire NG1

Historical Theatre and modern concert hall regually hosting concerts and plays as well as the annual Pantomime

Caves of Nottingham

Broadmarsh Centre, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1

Located under the city the cves show how they were lived in in early years ans used in later years, an interesting hisorical trip intohow Nottingham used to be

Lace Centre

Castle gate Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1

Located opposite the Castle this centre show the story of Nottighams famous lace industry

Wollaton Hall

Derby Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Lovely Country park and Deer Park with historical Country House