Nottingham Station is a busy and well-located station with frequent services to destinations around the country. As part of the CrossCountry line trains run to Birmingham New Street via Derby and Cardiff Central via Newport. There is also as early morning service in one direction to Bournemouth via Birmingham New Street, Reading and Southampton. East Midland Trains have regular services to destinations such as Liverpool Lime Street, London St Pancras, Leicester, Norwich, Luton Airport, Skegness and Lincoln. There is also a Northern Line service to Leeds via Sheffield. The many restaurants nearby Nottingham Station make it the perfect spot to begin your visit to ‘Robin Hood’ Country!
With an exciting and diverse history Nottingham is a fascinating place for a day trip or short break. Enjoy a gentle stroll through Old Market Square, the biggest pedestrianised square in the UK. Within easy reach of the station you can take a ride on the Nottingham Express Transit Tram or have your photo taken in front of one of the lions guarding the Council House. A wide variety of places to eat near Nottingham Station mean everything you need for a fun-filled day of sightseeing is within easy reach. Go dine can make your dining experience in Nottingham one to remember. Scroll upward to see the restaurants available and view menus, photos and read diner reviews at great places near Nottingham station to get food from. Using Go dine’s simple and effective booking facility can also earn you free meals. There are cuisines to suit every palette and you can choose from Thai, Tapas, British, Indian, Italian and classic French to name a few.
A vibrant University town, Nottingham is also rich in culture. The Nottingham Playhouse, Theatre Royal and Lace Market Theatre are sure to impress with high quality performances and with many restaurants near Nottingham Station offering pre-theatre menus you can really make the most of a night out on the town. Don’t forget to check out the impressive Nottingham Castle, a 17th Century mansion built on the site of the original medieval castle. Housing art displays and information on Nottingham’s turbulent past, it also provides spectacular views over the city.