After the exploration of the showpieces of the museum, visitors are offered to walk through a scenic parkland surrounding the castle. Nottingham features several remarkable medieval building, among which city guests will find interesting the Church of St. Barnabas. The church was established in the second half of the 19th century and its building is executed in best traditions of Gothic architectural style. A beautiful landmark of the Medieval epoch is the St Mary the Virgin Church.
The Nottingham Council House is considered to be a building of a later period. It was built in 1929. The height of the cupola of the council house is 61m. In close vicinity to the council house tourists will find the Old Market Square which is an established place of holding different public events and festivals. The square is as well an impressive landmark of the city stunning the tourists with its grandness and majesty and being the largest square of the country. Among other landmarks of the city which are worth visiting, tourists will find the Rufford Abbey established in 1147. In the course of long history the building changed its purpose for several times and witnessed the brightest and most significant historical events.
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