Established in 1189, but there is no concrete historical evidence for this. The first documented evidence of a pub in this location dates back to 1751, but ask any Nottingham student and they will be adamant this is the real deal.

This fascinating trip to us will open your eyes to the wonders of Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, built into the rocks that Nottingham Castle are built on and with a wealth of history and enchanting features. Our garden and courtyard thriving at this time of year in Nottingham City Centre. Real open fires make you feel warm and welcome in the Winter. Join the thousands of people visiting us every year from all over the World and visit us, we will make you feel at home even in the caves!

Many people believe the pub is named ‘Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem’ because people made a trip to jerusalem from here. In fact the word “trip” does not mean a journey in this case. An old meaning for ‘trip’ is a stop on a journey, like being tripped up, so the inn’s name means a stop or rest on the way to Jerusalem. Why not follow in the pilgrims tradition and pop in on your way past the pub for a quick pint or a nibble?