Nottingham is a green city with a legendary past and home to fantastic culture ready to be explored.  Follow in the footsteps of Robin Hood and join Nottingham’s famous Robin Hood Town Tour guided by the legend himself. Learn about the places associated with Robin Hood and discover Nottingham’s fascinating past, vibrant present and bright future.
 
Nottingham is a city with world-class sports as well as a remarkable sporting heritage. Both city and county are home to some of the world’s most iconic sporting venues. We’re proud to say that Football League’s oldest club – Nottingham Forest, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club – world’s third oldest Test ground, as well as the Nottingham Hockey Centre – a premier hockey venue in the Midlands, are all part of our sporting pedigree.
 
A city that’s easy to explore on foot or on a green public transport. It’s also easy to visit attractions across the beautiful countryside of Nottinghamshire and our market towns such as the charming Southwell, Newark or Eastwood. Some of our famous city centre attractions include National Justice Museum, City of Caves, Nottingham Contemporary, New Art Exchange and Nottingham Castle. The castle is located in the heart of the city centre and has centuries of stories worth to tell. Today, the castle houses an interactive experience where visitors can learn about the creative and industrial history of Nottingham, through various brand-new art galleries, interactive gaming tables as well as coach-arch gaming spaces where visitors can go head-to-head with each other.
 
Lace Market is home to the city’s most vibrant streets filled with galleries as well as independent shops, cafes and bars and is situated in the Creative Quarter of Nottingham, only a short walk Nottingham’s Old Market Square. With colourful rainbow road and alfresco dining, it’s a perfect place to spend an evening relaxing after a busy day.

As one of the UK’s most sustainable cities, hop on and off the award-winning clean and green public transport network with NCTX buses and NET trams during the World Hockey Championships to discover some of the county’s best stunning green spaces and beautiful country parks. Take a break from competition and visit some of Nottingham’s spectacular historical sites have served in hit tv series and films with Belvoir Castle serving as the setting for the hit series The Crown as well as Wollaton Hall and Deer Park which stared in Christopher Nolan film, The Dark Knight Rises – only a short drive from Nottingham Hockey Centre.

Escape the rush of Nottingham city centre and explore some of Nottinghamshire’s best market towns bursting with history and culture. Newark, Southwell and Worksop are among some of the stunning market towns that the county has to offer. They’re ideal to explore with teammates and take a breath before the World Master’s Hockey 2022 World Cup continues.

Sherwood Forest is a Nottinghamshire treasure which has been a popular tourist attraction since the Victorian times. Not only is Sherwood Forest home the legend of Robin Hood, historic events but also the Major Oak. The Major Oak is a world-famous oak tree which is said to be over 1000 years old, weighing an estimated 23 tons with the branches spreading over 92 feet.

Visit Nottinghamshire’s Ultimate Nottinghamshire Bucket List outlines the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s best and must-see sights during your time competing in Nottingham. Visit Nottingham’s Tourism and Travel Centre located just off Old Market Square for expert help and advice on how to get the most out of your time in Nottingham and pick up a copy of our visitor guide.