Nottingham, ‘the Queen of Midlands’ is a beautiful city in England. The city has acquired global recognition for its bicycle, lace-making, and tobacco industries due to its link with the legend of Robin Hood. There are many venues in Nottingham that are famous around the world such as Test Cricket Ground, National Ice Centre and National Water Sports Centre. The city also flaunts of two main universities such as University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University.
The city has numerous museums, art galleries, theatres and live music venues such as Rock City and Nottingham Arena. Famous tourist attractions in Nottingham include City of Caves, The Castle, The gallery of Injustice, Ancient Pubs, and the Lace Market. The Nottingham Arboretum, Sherwood Forest, Wollaton Park, and Victoria Park soothe the hearts of visitors with the verdant atmosphere. There isn’t any dearth of museums and art galleries in Nottingham. The city has some of the greatest museums of the world such as the Natural history Museum, and Nottingham Industrial Museum.
A renowned annual event which includes night of light and entertainment in the Old Market Square is an event worth attending while in Nottingham. The Stonebridge City Farm, one of the oldest farms in UK is a green space that includes a café and garden.
The city owns one of the biggest ice hockey teams in UK, such as the Nottingham Panthers. The Annual Nottingham Food and Drink Festival in Old Market Square is venue for several foreign food markets. St. Mary’s Church is biggest medieval building in the city of Nottingham.