It’s ‘upside down’ at the City of Caves, this February – because the main entrance to this popular attraction is moving from the upper mall in intu Broadmarsh to the bottom of the steps at the back of Nottingham Contemporary.
The change, from 25 February 2019, will enable the City of Caves to remain open while intu Broadmarsh undergoes a multi-million-pound transformation. Large information boards at intu Broadmarsh will redirect visitors to the new City of Caves entrance from 25 February.
Fifty-eight, eight and ten foot outdoor and indoor display panels fit out the entrance area, which occupies a vast space near to the steps.
Victoria Reeves, Chief Executive of the City of Caves said: “This new entrance provides a vibrant and exciting introduction to the Caves which are a heart and soul part of Nottingham’s unique caves legacy. We’ve chosen bold colours and images that show it’s a fun place with something for almost everyone – a teaser to seeing the real thing and experiencing a guided tour, especially with one of our actor interpreters revealing the true stories about life underground.”
The City of Caves entrance is expected to remain in its new location for around two and a half years. Once the intu Broadmarsh redevelopment work is complete, the City of Caves entrance will move back into the Centre’s main shopping mall, where it will offer a unique experience for visitors to the prestige new leisure and retail space.
City of Caves
(Bottom of the Steps next to the Nottingham Contemporary)