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Cineworld Nottingham is located on Foreman Street in Nottingham city centre. You’ll find it in the Cornerhouse shopping centre, which also offers restaurants, bars, a nightclub, a hair and beauty salon, a casino, and adventure golf. Nearby, you’ll find the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall and the Victoria Centre.
Nottingham is home to around 321,500 residents, and you’ll find it just an hour’s drive from Sheffield. It was named the Home of English Sport in 2015, and the National Ice Centre, Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre and Trent Bridge international cricket are all based in or near the city. It was also named a City of Literature in 2015, with Lord Byron, D. H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe all having connections to the city.
Cineworld began in 1995 and is the 2nd largest cinema business in the world (by number of screens). It operates in 10 territories (the UK, Ireland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Israel and America), has 787 sites, 9,500 screens, and employs around 37,482 people. In 2019, it earned 4.37 billion dollars in revenue.
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Cineworld Nottingham Parking Statistics
4.6 out of 5 stars
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Parking near Cineworld Nottingham
There is no on-site parking available at the Cornerhouse, however, there is a car park located just a short walk away on Talbot Street. It has 440 spaces, as well as two electric charging stations.
The standard rates for this park are as follows:
- Up to 1 hour: £2
- Up to 2 hours: £4
- Up to 3 hours: £6.50
- Up to 4 hours: £8.50
- Up to 6 hours: £10.50
- Up to 8 hours: £12.50
- Up to 10 hours: £15.50
- Up to 12 hours: £16.50
- Up to 24 hours: £17.50
And promotional rates are as follows:
- Evenings (18:00 - 01.00): £6.50
- Weekends (09:00 - 18:00): £6.50
You may use this park for more than 24 hours. After each 24 period, the cost will repeat. You can pay for this card using your card or cash, and it is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It also offers the following services:
- Bicycle parking
- Free buggy hire
- CCTV in operation
- Help point
- Jump leads
- Motorcycle parking
- Tap & Go
- Tyre pump
- Free umbrella hire
Cineworld visitors can use the nearby Trinity Square multi-storey car park for a discounted rate of £3 for 4 hours of parking. In order to get this discount, you just need to insert your car park ticket into one of the grey machines at the cinema before or after your movie. You’ll find these machines on the refreshments counters. Please note that if you stay for over 4 hours you will be charged the full rate.
The Nottingham City Council also operates the following car parks:
- Manvers St
- Curzon Street
- Sneinton Market
- Lace Market
- Trinity Square
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The City of Caves is a network of caves that back to the Anglo-Saxon times. They’re part of the National Justice Museum, and you can explore the network of over 500 caves. Archaeologists are still investigating and discovering new caves and tunnels to this day.
The National Justice Museum is a museum dedicated to the story of justice over the course of history. It is located within Nottingham’s former Shire Hall, and has won numerous awards such as the Gulbenkian Prize in 2003, a Museums and Heritage Award for Excellence for Best Educational Initiative in 2006, and a Visit England Award for Best Visitor Attraction in 2015.
The Arboretum is a beautiful park with over 800 trees, some of which were planted back when the park opened in 1852. You can walk your dog in designated areas, enjoy a snack at the café, explore one of 11 self-guided walking tours, or take a free guided tour.
Nottingham Contemporary is a beautiful modern art gallery opened in 2009, and has seen over 2 million visitors to more than 50 exhibitions of international art. It offers free learning activities which see around 23,000 take part each year. It is one of the largest contemporary art centres in the UK, and was described by the Guardian as “the most inspiring gallery in the UK”.
Nottingham Castle was built in 1068, and today is home to a museum and art gallery. There is a Robin Good gallery where you can try virtual archery and learn about his legend, as well as caves and tunnels underneath the castle.
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By Train: The Nottingham train station is 15 minutes’ walk from Cineworld and services the CrossCountry, E M R, and northern lines.
By Bus: There are several bus lines that run through Nottingham, including 17, 24, 25, 27, 39, 40, 40X, 41, 42, 43, 44, 44A, 50, 56, 57, and 59.
By Tram: The Royal Centre tram station is just a minute’s walk from Cineworld.
Disabled Parking near Cineworld Nottingham
Blue badge holders can park for free for up to 4 hours in any on-street parking bay, and in the following car parks:
- Curzon Street
- Sneinton Market Square
- Nottingham Arena
- Nottingham Castle
- Motorpoint Arena (3 hours)
Blue badge holders can also park for free for up to 3 hours on single or double yellow lines.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Cineworld Nottingham, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are 2 electric charging stations at the Q-Park on Talbot Street, 2 outside the Crowne Plaza, one at the Lace Market car park, one at the Manvers Street car park, and 4 at Sneinton Market Square.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Talbot Street car park offers parking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Where is Cineworld Nottingham?
It is located on Foreman Street within the Cornerhouse shopping centre.
What is Cineworld?
Cineworld is the 2nd largest cinema business in the world (by number of screens). It operates in the UK, Ireland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Israel and America, and has 787 sites in total (128 of those are within the UK). It has 9,500 screens and around 37,482 employees.
What is there to do in Nottingham?
You can visit the National Justice Museum and learn about the history of justice, and then explore the ancient City of Caves. Or, visit the Nottingham Contemporary to enjoy the stunning artwork, then take a stroll around the Arboretum.
What is the connection to Robin Hood?
Robin Hood’s main opponent was the Sheriff of Nottingham, and Nottingham Castle is supposedly the site of their final showdown. You’ll find a statue of Robin Hood near the castle.
Latest Cineworld Nottingham parking reviews
Very convenient for the tram, just one stop from the train stationSally-Anne
Bit difficult to find entrance to car park, as arrived in area at busy time. Once found though easy to enter, finding actual spaces also not easy to locate, paper signs on fence not easily to read from car and painted numbers on ground illegible. Other than that reasonable car park, gate opened with the code easily and car seem secure.Sean
It was easy to find the car parking space with clear, helpful instructions. I even had a video supplied by the owner showing me where it was and how to enter and exit the car park. Also i had contact details if i had any problems, but i had a wealth of information which made that highly unlikely. I would recommend to anyone and if i need a space there again it would be my first choice.Steven
The hedges need cutting back as they were encroaching parking baysMobile Kiosk
All good, but just make sure you have the pin number straight to hand, because the gate is adjacent to a double red line on the road that means 'no stopping' ! Otherwise really great. Handy for city centre and Motorpoint ArenaTim
It's very easy to get to, not far to walk to the arena, and easy to get out, although if your on your own you have to get out your car while leaving the engine running to put your number in to enter could Potentially be a problem, I guess you could turn the engine off lock your car put your number in unlock your car start the engine and drive in but it is a very busy roadWendy
I cannot recommend this space highly enough. It was very handy for the Motorpoint Arena and we found the address really easily. The owner was incredibly helpful and I would like to thank her for her assistance and understanding. Great value for money tooKaren
Fantastic space in quite little road 10mins walk from the Motopoint Arena.Rick
easy to find and perfect for the motorpoint arena. will definitely use again. thank youJohn