• Explore The Queen Of Midlands-Nottingham

    Visit Nottingham, and enjoy world class sports, excellent night life, amazing performances and also the local produce in traditional markets. This town is the heart of England, a modern city with ice hockey arena, fantastic play house and many shops and clubs, with cutting edge art in some outstanding venues. The city boosts of numerous historical attractions, theatres, art galleries and also great festivals and events making it a popular cultural destination.

    • Castles and Museums

    It is worth to visit Nottingham Castle, as it is on top of a hill, you can have an excellent view of the town. It is notable for its bronze statues of Robin Hood and his merry men, and houses two great museums Sherwood Foresters Museum and Nottingham Castle Museum, the museums inside the castle has audio visual aids especially oriented for children, and interactive exhibits, with historical artifacts and of course the oldest pub in England.

    • Just close to the Highfields Park is the St. Mary church known for its glass work of 19th century, close by there is an Elizabethan mansion set amidst 500-acre deer park, hosting Natural History Collection, Nottingham Industrial Museum and also Nottingham City Museums and Galleries.
    • Good Family Day Out

    Nottingham tours offers a lot of exquisite destinations, Rushcliffe Country Park is one of them, plenty of footpaths, bike trails, running trails, and a lots of wild life to spot. It’s a lovely place for a walk and enjoy outdoors, there is a lot to do for all ages.

    • Highfields Park is another famous park, adjacent to the University of Nottingham, equipped with the exotic scenic beauty of nature, various species of trees and plants and also enjoy many activities, like croquet, putting, children’s play area and Lake Side Arts Centre providing variety of events. You can also hire a boat or a canoe or a trip on the Maid Marine, last but not the least a lovely café serving cake coffee and ice-creams.
    • For One and All

    Tourists can have an insight into the flour making process, at the Green’s Mill the amazing inner workings of the mill, can be seen over the four floors; it was once the home of mathematical physicist George Green. The Science Centre lures the youngsters by its discovery zone with many fun interactive displays, so there is enough for the children in the science museum, and the older ones can enjoy the working of the flour mill.

    • You can find Nottingham Tourism Centre, in the heart of the Nottingham’s old City Center, the most important spot, and home to many important attractions. On the East side is the Classical Council House and crowned by a dome and close by is the impressive Guild House. There is a lot here for the whole family, from Ferris wheel to a commercialized Christmas market, Continental market, food fayre, craft fayer and a kiddy beach, and an outdoor skating rink also.

    Nottingham tour and travel guides are there for you, to provide their services at its best, and assist you not to miss any of the key destinations of the city, also guiding you to sort out the most profitable Nottingham packages,which may not weigh heavy on your pocket.