Come and be the first to experience this new technology which puts you at the heart of the story of the riots which occurred in Nottingham in 1831. There will be original songs performed by Nottingham's NOAH Music in the Castle café. The Nottingham Trent University Theatre Design students will also showcase their own interpretation of the rioters within the Castle grounds.
Supported by Nesta, Arts & Humanities Research Council and public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The collection includes ceramics, glass, silver and jewellery. The Joseph Collection of mainly 18th century Wedgwood Jasperware is one of the largest and finest in the world.
Discover over 15 centuries of Nottingham history brought to life in the museum through interactive display and stories. Learn about the sites turbulent past, it's legends and people of the...
An exquisite collection of outfits, shoes, hats, masks, fabrics and textiles from around the world and through the ages. From Victorian dress to a suit by internationally renowned fashion icon and...
An informative museum charting the history of a local regiment, who are now part of the Mercian Regiment.
The museum features interactive displays and 'Golden Prospects' in the Family Gallery. 'Golden Prospects' invites our younger visitors (particularly children aged 3-8 years old and their grown ups)...
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