Whether you’re heading to the Capital FM Arena and National Ice Centre for some skating, to watch a band or to see the Nottingham Panthers, this guide will help you get there. The venue is located just outside the city centre, in Nottingham’s Lace Market area and is very convenient to get to by bus, tram and train.
Bus services from the city centre are both frequent and convenient. Market Square, Victoria and Broadmarsh Bus Stations are all a short walk away from the Capital FM Arena. Visit Traveline East Midlands to plan your journey.
The nearest tram stop is called ‘Lace Market’ and is a three minute walk away from the venue. The tram is fast and convenient and has frequent services running day and night. Visit The Tram website for more information on fares and timetables.
You can also walk or cycle to the Capital FM Arena via the Big Track – Nottingham’s car-free waterside route. There’s access to the path at the bridge at Station Street / London Road. There are cycle stands at the Arena, or you could leave your bike securely at the Citycard Cycle Hub at Broadmarsh Bus Station.
Many of the city centre car parks are within easy reach of the Capital FM Arena. Use this handy guide on local car parks or consider using one of Nottingham’s Park and Ride sites, catching the bus or tram into town.
It’s a short walk from Nottingham Train Station to the Capital FM Arena, or you can grab a taxi from the station forecourt. For more information visit East Midlands Trains to plan your journey.
More information about travelling to the Capital FM Arena can be found on their website.