137***66Old Market Square is a great square! I went there in early autumn and I didn't see too much of the autumn wind. There are many tourists and it is very lively. Overall it is very good. There are many small shops and many restaurants to choose from!
_We***03You can go if you like walking, but the dirt road is too bad on rainy days. It's fun to have deer. After shopping, there is a house that seemed to be a military camp under the castle, where you can drink some coffee. The scenery is quite good, with large green areas, lakes and forests nearby, covering a wide area.
The designer of this Wallerton Hall, Robert (also designed Longleat and Hardwick Hall, both of which were representative works of the noble manor of Elizabeth I) Smithson is said to be influenced by a certain building in Naples and a certain god in Jerusalem. Inspired by the temple, the drawings were designed. This is an experimental palace, setting a benchmark for baroque design in the next world. It was later sold to the local council in 1924.
quqkyToday, if you want to see the original Nottingham Castle again, you can only see some details, because it was completely destroyed, and the main building was built later, so it feels less attractive.
TodemmyThe Galleries of Justice is located in the majestic Shire Hall building, where visitors can learn about the history of the judicial system. Here, guides dressed as "guards" or "prisoners" will take you to see medieval torture such as water boarding and soldering irons-you can even experience the feeling of being "in jail".
TodemmyNottingham Contemporary Art Gallery is a great art center! Very modern building, the exhibits are mostly modern art, the overall style is simple and atmospheric, the light is soft, and the atmosphere is very good, very suitable for viewing the exhibition~
Beautiful university! The college complex is really huge, and it has a big lake inside it where there are some swan swimming. Have a visit here though you are not student, perfect for pictures! #happynewyear