7-minute walk from Nottingham Trent University Tram Stop.
4-minute walk from Royal Centre Tram Stop.
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Training in Nottingham
Travel to and from Nottingham
East Midlands Airport
East Midlands Airport provides Nottingham, which is located 15 miles southwest of the city centre in Castle Donington in Northwest Leicestershire. The airfield was initially constructed in 1943 as a Royal Air Force station known as RAF Castle Donington before being renovated as a civilian airport in 1965.
The airport has become a centre for low-cost airlines such as Jet2.com and Ryanair, as well as tour operators such as TUI Airways, who service a variety of domestic and European short-haul destinations. Passenger counts peaked in 2008 at 5.6 million, but had fallen to roughly 4.5 million in 2015, making it the 11th busiest airport in the United Kingdom in terms of passenger traffic.
Nottingham served as a major interchange for numerous trains and mineral lines that served the city, its suburbs, and the neighbouring collieries. Nottingham Station, formerly Nottingham Midland, is the second most populous railway station in the Midlands for passenger admissions and exits, providing train services to the city via CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway, and Northern.
Great Victoria Street Station
Nottingham City Transport
With 330 buses, Nottingham City Transport (NCT) is the city’s major transportation company. NCT has won five UK Bus Operator of the Year awards, the most recent in 2019. In September 2010, the Campaign for Better Transport named Nottingham England’s least car-dependent city.
Map showing Nottingham transport stations
Things to do in Nottingham
Nottingham is home to two enormous theatres, the Nottingham Playhouse and the Theatre Royal, which together form the Royal Centre, along with the adjoining Royal Concert Hall. Nottingham Arts Theatre, Lace Market Theatre, New Theatre, and Nonsuch Studios are among the city’s smaller theatres.
Nottingham Playhouse is a theatre in Nottinghamshire, England. In 1948, it began as a variety theatre in an abandoned cinema on Goldsmith Street. Val May and Frank Dunlop were now among the directors. The new building was finished in 1963.
The Theatre Royal, which is located in the heart of Nottingham City Centre and is part of a complex that also includes the city’s Royal Concert Hall, is owned by Nottingham City Council. The Theatre Royal hosts major touring plays, opera, ballet, West End musicals, and an annual pantomime.
Other theatres in Nottingham
Nottingham Arts Theatre12 George Street, Nottingham NG1 3BE, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 947 5925
Lace Market Theatre16 Halifax Place, Nottingham NG1 1QN, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 950 7201
Nonsuch Studios92 Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham NG1 1EH, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 837 1950
Broadway Cinema14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 952 6611
Map showing theatres in Nottingham
Crumlin Road Gaol
Galleries and museums
In the city, there are various significant museums and art galleries, one of which is the National Justice Museum. It is an autonomous museum in Nottingham’s Lace Market neighbourhood, located on High Pavement. Because it is housed in a former Victorian courthouse, jail, and police station, the museum is a historically significant location where individuals were arrested, tried, convicted, and died.
Other art galleries and museums in Nottingham
Museum of Nottingham LifeBrewhouse Yard, Castle Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 1FB, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 876 1400
The Haunted Museum Nottingham EnglandHopkinsons, Basement, 21 Station Street, Nottingham NG2 3AJ, United Kingdom.Phone: 07503 325218
The Fletcher Gate Art Gallery18 Fletcher Gate, Nottingham NG1 2FZ, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 950 9966
Whitewall Galleries Nottingham1 Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham NG1 2HN, United Kingdom.Phone: 0115 958 9991
Map showing art galleries in Nottingham
Music and entertainment
Rock City – 8 Talbot Street