Collections and resources
Whether it be fine art, natural history, historical and curatorial exploration and research, archaeological digs, bio-records, or architecturally significant buildings, Nottingham heritage has something for everyone.
With over 11,000 museum artefacts available to loan, this is one of the most comprehensive heritage and educational services available in the country.
With specialist curators across the various heritage sites responsible for creating bespoke exhibitions and ensuring the upkeep of the rare and precious objects within collection. If you have a particular interest and would like explore within a given collection, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Nottinghamshire Biological and Geological Record Centre (NBGRC) map both 'Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation' (SINCs) and protected species, as well as undertaking countywide surveys.
Download their guidelines for the selection of local geological sites in Nottinghamshire.
As a member of the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers, the Nottingham City Archaeologist represents the interests of the city during a given planning process.