Visitor information

To help plan your visit to Nottingham Law School, detailed information about our teaching and halls of residence locations, are all available on our campus maps.

If you wish to stay overnight when you make your visit, you will find a variety of all close to the Campus.

If you are unable to attend one of our open days, you are welcome to take a self-guided tour around the University buildings. We have produced a tour leaflet PDF icon to help you plan your tour around the City Campus.

Alternatively, we offer a self-guided audio tour, which will talk you through the facilities on offer at Nottingham Law School and the City Campus:

Nottingham Law School self-guided audio tour

Our audio tour takes you on a circular tour of the University's City Campus showing you the main University buildings and the location of our on campus accommodation. The tour takes no more than half an hour but will enable you to take in NTU's atmosphere and architecture.

The audio guides can be collected from the Newton building reception together with a map and access key card. To find out more about our audio tour please contact us on +44 (0)115 848 4460 or email us.

Travelling to Nottingham

Nottingham Trent University is centrally located in England and benefits from excellent national and international transport links.

At the heart of the UK, Nottingham is well served by the motorway network. The M1 passes close to the west of the city, the A42/M42 link to the south-west of the city and the A1 (M) to the east of the county.

Nottingham East Midlands Airport is only 30 minutes from the city centre, offering national and international flights. Getting to Nottingham from the airport is easy and fast by train, car or the Skylink Express bus service.

There are frequent rail services from most UK cities including a high speed train every 30 minutes connecting Nottingham to the capital in less than two hours. See National Rail Enquiries to book your journey.

For more information, visit our pages on travelling to the City Campus.


Trams going past Nottingham Trent University
Newton Building