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Nottingham is known for its links to the legend of Robin Hood and for its lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries. Nottingham is home to the National Ice Centre, the National Water Sports Centre, Trent Bridge Test cricket ground, two Football League teams, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team. Over 60,000 students attend the city's two universities.

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Galleries of Justice Museum

Galleries of Justice Museum also known as the Shire Hall, is an independent museum and a registered charity on High Pavement in the Lace Market area. Recently voted England’s Best Small Visitor Attraction of the Year 2014, based at Nottingham’s old courthouse and gaol.
There is an engaging Robin Hood exhibition perfectly suitable for children of all ages.

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Greens Mill

Greens Mill

Green's Windmill in Sneinton, is a working mill and popular museum and science centre. The Mill was built shortly after 1807 by the father of 19th-century mathematical physicist George Green, whose name was also George Green. In 1829 the elder Green died and his son inherited the mill and operated it until his death in 1841.

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Brewhouse Yard Museum

Brewhouse Yard Museum
Social history museum exploring Nottingham's last 300 years with recreated homes, shops and schools. Step back into an air raid shelter, experience being in a Victorian home, see inside a child's bedroom and look through the cupboards in the kitchen. See objects that were made or used by people in Nottingham and learn about the history of the area, through sight, sound and touch.

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City of Caves

City of Caves consists of a network of caves, carved out of sandstone that have been variously used over the years as a tannery, public house cellars, and as an air raid shelter. Nottingham sits upon a soft sandstone ridge which can easily be dug with simple hand tools to create artificial cave dwellings. The caves here are some of the oldest remaining in the city, with pottery finds dating them to 1270-1300, and were inhabited from at least the 17th century until 1845.

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Nottingham Castle

Nottingham Castle a magnificent 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original Medieval Castle. Now the city's main museum and art gallery. Situated on a high rock, it commands spectacular views over the city and once rivalled the great castles of Windsor and the Tower of London. Its history is chequered with sieges, murders and intrigue. Totally destroyed after the Civil War, the medieval castle was replaced by a magnificent ducal mansion in 1674. Then in 1875 it was converted into the first municipal museum and art gallery outside London.