Nottingham City Centre

All the places on this map are within walking distance of any bus route terminating in Nottingham City centre. Three locations on the left edge of the map are reachable by walking, but there are frequent bus links as well (see route nos. on map),

All the places on this map are within walking distance of all bus routes terminating in Nottingham City centre. Three locations on the left edge of the map are reachable by walking, but there are frequent bus links as well (see route nos. on map).    

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Map No. Nottingham City Centre History Locations
1 St Anns Allotments & Visitor Centre.
2 Nottingham Arboretum public park.
3 General Cemetery (opened 1836 and taken over by Nottingham City Council in 1956. Over 150,00 burials).
4 Bonington Gallery, Nottingham-Trent University.
5 Rock City music venue.
6 Royal Centre (Concert hall and Theatre Royal).
7 St Barnabas Roman Catholic Cathedral.
8 Nottingham Playhouse.
9 Albert Hall.
10 Nottingham Central Library (Local Studies Library with exhibition area, 1st floor).
11 Bromley House (subscription) Library.
12 Malt Cross Café – Bar (original music hall).
13 Brian Clough statue.
14 The Council House (with Tourist Information Centre, entrance on Long Row East).
15 Nottingham Arts Theatre
16 Broadway Cinema.
17 Victoria Leisure Centre and Sneinton Market (Saturdays).
18 Stonebridge City farm.
19 Green’s Windmill and Science Centre.
20 William Booth Memorial Complex (includes Museum).
21 National Ice Stadium & Arena (home of Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team).
22 Lace Market Theatre.
23 St Mary’s Church.
24 Galleries of Justice Museum.
25 Nottingham Contemporary Arts Centre
26 Nottingham Caves entrance and attraction.
27 Paul Smith shop in historic Willoughby House.
28 St Peter’s Church.
29 St Nicholas Church.
30 Nottingham Society of Artists Gallery and shop.
31 Robin Hood statue.
32 Severns (medieval) House.
33 Nottingham Castle Museum & grounds.
34 Brewhouse Yard Museum (open weekends, 12-3.30pm).
35 Ye Olde Trip To Jersulalem public house.
36 Nottingham Canal warehouses (now eateries).
37 Nottinghamshire County Archives Office.
38 Nottingham Midland Railway Station dates from 1904.
B Two good independent bookshops: Five Leaves off Long Row East, opposite the Tourist Information Office, and ‘Page 45’ on Market Street, which specialises in graphic story books of all kinds.
M Victoria Traders’ Market on the 1st floor of the Victoria Centre is well worth visit and where I shop 2–3 times a week.

 

 

 

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