Your culture attendant: things to do in Ilkeston

A THING TO DO TODAY

ILKESTON
Price: £7.50 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
Hidden underneath the city of Nottingham are a network of ancient caves - used and inhabited perhaps as long as the city itself. Take a trip down to explore, with an audio guide to explain the stories of the sandstone tunnels: from medieval residents to World War II bomb sheltering. The City of Caves, accessed through Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, is open from 10.30am-4pm.
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ILKESTON
DERBYSHIRE
52.97055, -1.30951


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