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City of Caves
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Broadmarsh Shopping Centre

Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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Discover a hidden world beneath the streets of Nottingham.

Featuring the latest audio technology, explore this fascinating subterranean attraction.

  • See the only remaining underground medieval tannery in the UK
  • Take cover in the WWII air raid shelter
  • Find out about Nottingham's legendary ale in the pub cellar
  • Learn about the appalling living conditions in the Victorian slum

Situated beneath the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, visitors experience over 750 years of Nottingham's history told through this unique man-made sandstone cave system.

Open: Monday - Saturday 10am-4.15pm (last admission)

Details

Nearest UK Airport: East Midlands
Tourist Info Number: 0871 572 2599
Months Open: All year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - prior booking recommended
Discount for Groups: Yes - only if pre-booked
Car Parking: Yes - adjacent to shopping centre
Admission Price: Adult : 5.95
Children/Concessions : 4.50
Family : 16.50
We also offer a joint ticket with the Galleries of Justice Museum
Gift Shop: Yes

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Angel Row Gallery (0.26 miles)

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Bridlesmithgate Caves (0.32 miles)

Lace Centre (The) (0.41 miles)

Nottingham Castle (0.52 miles)

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