A magnificent 17th Century ducal mansion built on the site of the original Medieval Castle, with spectacular views across the city.
A vibrant museum and art gallery housing collections of silver, glass, armour and paintings, plus fifteen centuries of Nottingham history which are brought to life through stories and interactive displays.
One of the museum's start attractions is the Felix Joseph collection of 18th century Wedgwood jasperware, bequeathed to the museum in 1892 and is one of the few Victorian assemblages of 18th century Wedgwood, in the world, to remain intact today. Joseph's collection consists of over 1,400 pieces.
The Threads gallery contains shoes, outfits, hats, masks, fabrics and unusual objects from around the world which demonstrate the connections between people from different times and places and their ingenious use of textiles.
The Exhibition Galleries play host to a lively programme of events and exhibitions, ranging from old masters to modern greats.
By car: Follow signs from M1 for Nottingham City Centre, then follow the brown tourist signs. The postcode for the Castle for your sat nav is NG1 6EL (but please remember there is no parking on site except for disabled visitors). Parking: Parking on site for visitors with disabilities only, this must be booked in advance as spaces are limited. Public car parks are nearby, for details of City Council car parks click here. Nottingham City Council operates the Nottingham Castle pay-and-display car park on Canal Street (NG1 7EH) with all-day parking available for £5. No height restriction applies, so it is suitable for minibuses. The Broadmarsh multi-storey car park on Collin Street (NG1 7EQ) is also within five minutes of Nottingham Castle. On foot: 10 – 15 minute walk from Nottingham City Centre or train station. Public transport: Call the Travel Centre on 0115 950 6070 or plan your journey online Tourist information: 0844 4775678