Take a look behind the scenes at the world’s third oldest Test Match ground, relive some of its greatest moments and get to know some of the characters that have shaped the club’s history.
See beyond the doors of the world-famous Pavilion, which was built in the 1880s and houses the players’ dressing rooms and members’ facilities, before taking a trip down memory lane in the library, which is home to one of the largest collections of cricket books in a single location in the world.
You’ll also get the chance to explore the Radcliffe Road stand and take in its world-class media facilities. Discover the views of the world’s broadcasters from the Press Box and enjoy stunning views of Nottingham from the upper floors.
The tour finishes in the Trent Bridge Shop, where you can pick up a memento of your experience.
Tours cost £4 for adults, with under 16s and over 65s £2.
All Nottinghamshire CCC Members are entitled for one free tour. Free tickets must be booked at the Ticket Office, by calling 0115 899 0300 (Mon to Fri, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, Sat 9:30 am to 1:00 pm), or by emailing email@example.com
Tours are held weekly, usually on a Tuesday at 2pm and last for approximately two hours. All ages are welcome. See below for dates and booking details.
Tours commence at the Ticket Office by the Dixon Gates on Bridgford Road.
The full tour requires some walking and if you wish to visit the upper floors of the Pavilion, then also the ability to climb flights of stairs. Wheelchair access is possible to the Radcliffe Road Stand and the ground floor (only) of the Pavilion. Unfortunately, there are no lifts in the Pavilion.
Car parking is not available in the ground on tour days. There is on-street parking near the ground or pay and display car parks in West Bridgford. Public transport stops right outside the ground.
Tours are subject to availability, and sold on a first come, first served basis, with maximum capacity of 15 visitors.
If you would like to visit with a larger group or a group with special interests, please contact the Ticket Office by telephone on 0115 899 0300, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on the link below to secure your place on a tour, or call 0115 899 0300.