It’s great to explore individual pubs, but you could also make a day or a night of it. That’s why we’re developing a series of trails based on NottsNight’s favourite watering holes. This is a work in progress so please keep stopping by in the future for even more ideas.
Nottingham’s industrial success wouldn’t have been possible without the Nottingham and Beeston Canal. The Canal Trail takes you from the heart of the city centre, via a slice of centuries-old history and down to the canal itself.
Nottingham is famous for its caves – some of which date back to medieval times. With our lovely NottsNight Underground Trail you can find out which bars boast the city’s best kept examples.
The Compleat NottsNight
All of the NottsNight maps – including our classic City Overground Map, the new NottsNight Underground and suburban guides in one handy A4 leaflet
NottsNight City Guide
Our rather lovely all-in-one guide to NottsNight’s bars in the city – updated October 2017. You can download a PDF to print or keep on your mobile device. (A4 trifold leaflet)
Take a trip out of the city to explore micro pubs and true giants on The Beeston Trail. The town has arguably one of the largest collections of cask ales anywhere in the whole of the county, and this route provides plenty of variety, as well as a moderate stroll between the venues.
Look out for Robin Hood, the Sheriff of Nottingham and relive a thousand years of legends on The Castle Trail. Here, you’ll visit drinking holes of vastly varying styles and enjoy plenty of people watching opportunities. There’s even more choice with the overlapping Canal Trail – come back soon to discover more.
Combining old and new, the Lace Market Trail takes you around no fewer than six bars. Mix and match according to your tastes or prepare yourself for a real challenge. This is a trail for all tastes, taking in both craft beers and real ales. It’s also easily walkable, and suitable for those needing accessibility
Step through some of Nottingham’s industrial history with the Canning Circus Trail. Here, you’ll find pubs bursting with character, and with some of the most diverse selections of beers. Cosy fires welcome you in the winter, while in the summer you’ll enjoy plenty of outdoor space.