Nottingham is not just home to the legend of Robin Hood, the famous outlaw who stole from the rich and gave to the poor. It is also a vibrant little city with plenty of sport and entertainment to offer visitors. The city boasts of two professional football clubs, with stadiums facing each other on either side of the River Trent. But Nottingham’s hidden claim to fame is the sheer number of options for gambling and sports betting.

Avid gamblers or casual slot spinners will have a ball when they visit Nottingham. There are no less than four casinos, collectively offering a wide variety of gambling activities. If one includes bingo and racing, the selection on offer increases even further. Even non-gamblers can have fun since the gambling establishments also offer restaurants and other forms of entertainment. Most of them should be family friendly, although some establishments cater for a more discerning clientele. The more upmarket offerings will require a certain dress code, in most cases.

If you don’t live near Nottingham, and you don’t plan on visiting anytime soon, the good news is that Nottingham’s casinos can still have something to offer, as they are considered to be safe casinos, and also offer online gambling. The offering is mostly limited to slots, but some do offer other games like poker and bingo.

Here are land-based casinos in Nottingham, and the games they offer:

  • Alea Casino: Blackjack, American Roulette, Three Card Poker, Poker room, Slots, Electronic Roulette.
  • Dusk Till Dawn Casino: Poker.
  • Genting Casino: Slots, American Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Electronic Roulette, Electronic Baccarat.
  • Grosvenor Casino: Poker, Slots, Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, Electronic Games.

If casinos are not your thing, you can visit Mecca Bingo in Beeston. Or, if racing beasts are your passion, you will find both a racecourse and a greyhound track in Nottingham.