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360° tour - The University of Nottingham - University Park campus
Take a 360° of the University of Nottingham campus... Click on the the section of the campus you'd like to visit. Alternatively, click on the text links in the key below:
Key
Halls (exterior)...
- Ancaster
- Cavendish
- Cripps
- Derby
- Florence Boot
- Hugh Stewart
- Lenton Wortley
- Lincoln
- Rutland
- Sherwood
- Willoughby


Halls (interior)...
- Ancaster bedroom
- Derby bar
- Derby dining
- Derby JCR
- Florence Boot dining
- Florence Boot JCR
- Lenton Wortley bedroom
- Lincoln bedroom
- Rutland bedroom

Grounds...
- The Downs
- Millennium Garden
- The Lakeside
Buildings...
- Law and Social Science
- Hallward library
- Portland building
- Trent Building
- Student Union

Sports...
- Astro turf
- Sports Hall

Arts...
- The Djanogly Gallery
- Lakeside Theatre
Set in extensive woodland, parks and playing fields, the 330-acre University Park Campus is the focus of life for more than 26,000 students. As one of the largest and most attractive campuses in the UK, University Park features contemporary teaching facilities, 12 halls of residence, a conference and exhibition centre, and an award-winning main library.

Recent developments include accommodation for married students, a new swimming pool, a day nursery and a 5 million Arts Centre, offering a varied programme of concerts and exhibitions for students and the wider community.

The hub of student life is the Portland Building, housing the Students' Union, the International Students' Bureau and numerous shops, bars and restaurants.

All this is just a short bus or bike ride from the city centre.
 



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