This magnificent neo-Baroque building, whose 200ft high dome dominates the city skyline, has been the heart of the city centre since 1929. The Old Market Square in front, the largest city square in the UK, dates from Saxon times and was the original site of the famous Goose Fair.
St Peter's Church is a Grade I listed building and was first constructed in 1180, with the tower and spire completed in 1340. Standing in the heart of the city of Nottingham, the church is open seven days a week and plays host to a great many visitors.
The Nottingham tourism centre is located on Smithy Row as part of the Council House on Old Market Square. The dedicated staff are able to inform you about local events, accommodation and attractions and there are maps and leaflets for you to take with you.