It is often claimed to be England's oldest pub, dating back to 1189. It's built into the sandstone rock that Nottingham Castle sits upon, giving it a unique cave-like interior.It is often claimed to be England's oldest pub, dating back to 1189. It's built into the sandstone rock that Nottingham Castle sits upon, giving it a unique cave-like interior.
It is often claimed to be England's oldest pub, dating back to 1189. It's built into the sandstone rock that Nottingham Castle sits upon, giving it a unique cave-like interior. | Immanuel Giel

7 of Nottingham's most famous pubs to visit next time you're in the city

Our list includes some historic and haunted watering holes

Pubs are often regarded as the backbone of Britain. A place to socialise and unwind after a tough day or for a catch-up with friends.

luckily, Nottingham is home to many pubs and bars.

Many are renowned for their ale selections, delicious food, quiz nights, and more.

Below we have showcased some of Nottingham’s most famous pubs from Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem to the Lincolnshire Poacher.

Why not visit one next time you fancy a frosty pint in the city?

Tell us about your favourite Nottingham pubs in the comments section below.

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