Brewhouse Yard Museum
The Brewhouse Yard Museum, housed in five 17th-century cottages in central Nottingham, presents the social history of the city over the past 300 years. Visitors can experience life in a reconstructed Victorian home, various shop settings, and browse through a row of 1920s enterprises like an ironmonger, a doctor's surgery and a cobbler. The museum is continually changing its displays, telling the history of the area through sights, sounds and interactive displays.
Address: Castle Boulevard
Telephone: 0844 4775678
Opening times: Open Friday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm (March to September), and Friday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm (October to February)
Admission: £5.50 (adults), £4 (children). Tickets also valid for Nottingham Castle, as long as you visit within 7 days of purchase