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Two excellent exhibitions. Viking sagas explained about how the Norse chronicles were painstakingly translated by Victorian scholars, when heroic tales were in vogue. The university library has an extensive collection of old manuscripts rarely seen by the public.
The second part was about Viking life...More
I went to the university for a conference and decided to visit the museum with a friend. I was joking saying that the museum was just in one room, but actually it came out that I was right. There are very few items displayed, in...More
One of the best Universities in the UK and the World, as well as best Comprehensive MBA Program, with special focus on Communication and Interpersonal Skills. And Well Known Professors Like Ken Starkey and Christene Ennew teach there.
University life is excellent, with lots of...More
I have visited this museum three times now. It is a fantastic little place with a great atmosphere. Lots of local finds from several different periods in history. Today we visited as part of Nottingham's Big Day Out. There was a handling session whereby visitors...More
For anyone interested in archaeology, with a wide range of local finds on display, from Mammoth tooth, Roman Finds, through to Saxon and others, a range of finds are clearly listed, with fun activities for younger children when we visited, we could have spent a...More