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City of Caves is a surprisingly informative and interesting day out! The guided tours take around 45 minutes and we booked online the day before to get a joint ticket with the National Museum of Justice.
most people would not know its in the shopping centre,which people do not use much.most shops closed, and place is run down.its a shame they must be losing a lot money.we enjoyed the tour, interesting for any age.a good day was had by us all....More
The entrance unfortunately is in a very run down shopping centre and the entrance and shop are a little poor. The tour itself is good and doesn’t require any geological or historical knowledge. Families would really enjoy this.
Visiting the City of Caves was like, number 1 on my list of what I wanted to do in my short time in Nottingham. As expected, it was pretty much as cool as I'd hoped.
The guide we had was especially energetic, engaging, and super...More
We spent almost an hour walking through the ancient caves that are now under a mall. They have served many purposes over many time periods and we are grateful that the community didn’t allow the caves to be destroyed. I enjoyed learning about them.
We visited the caves on a Sunday. Hard hats are provided if you feel that you need them, as some caves have low entrances. Tall people may need them. You are guided through a selection of caves and given information on the history and there...More
We chanced upon this place while wandering through the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and decided to give it a try. A tad expensive though very interesting and well worth an hour of your time. Our guide was great and demonstated a good knowledge of the history...More
I thought this would be a little stop off to kill some time with the kids on our way to our next stop, but it turned out to be fascinating and informative for the grown ups as well as the kids.
The entry is literally...More
Very well done. Highly recommended. Fascinating glimpse into history of Nottingham and this country as a whole thru these old caves. The role playing in tannery and ww2 air raid shelters particularly entertaining.
No idea - there weren't any when we were there, but email the caves direct to be sure.
Hope you enjoy the trip. (also the oldest pub in the UK - 12th century - it's nearby - Ye olde Trip to Jerusalem - good one to tick off)