Getting to Nottingham Conference Centre by train
Nottingham Train Station is the mainline train station in the city centre. Timetable information for your journey is available at the National Rail website. If you book a few weeks in advance, however, you may find cheaper tickets through The Trainline or Virgin Trains.
The train station is a 15 minute walk from the Conference Centre, but for those new to the city it might be easier to use public transport. Upon arrival follow the signs for the tram (Nottingham Express Transit), which is adjacent to the train station. Nottingham Trent University’s City site has its own tram stop on Goldsmith Street, which is four stops from the train station. A one-way ticket costs £2.50 (£1.50 off-peak) and all-day tram tickets are £2.70.
- If you do want to walk then leave the train station and head down Carrington Street towards the Broadmarsh shopping centre.
- Walk directly through the shopping centre and continue to walk up Lister Gate and then Wheeler Gate until you reach the Market Square. Cross over the square and walk up Market Street where you will see the Theatre Royal. Behind the Theatre, you will find the Concert Hall and the Newton Building - home of Nottingham Conference Centre.