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Wollaton Hall is one of the country's finest Grade One listed Elizabethan mansions, set within 500 acres of beautiful parkland. Experience stunning architecture, exhibitions, a packed events program and an array of wildlife. Go behind the scenes on...more
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Great for a walk and coffee. Spectacular Tudor mansion (unusually set out as a natural history museum) and easily accessible lake for an easy pleasant walk. Great for kids too (incl. adventure playground) and all free. We got sensibly close to a group of magnificent...More
We visited Wollaton hall this time without fog or snow for our Xmas walk, its always a pleasure to visit anytime of year to have wander around the water & woods, always plenty of people, bring money for the car park.
Great park, grounds and house. Never found the bat cave though. The lake and all the different walks mean you could go there and never walk the same path. There are deer, shops, cafes and toilets. Great day out.
Came to visit on a day trip to Nottingham, purely for the Batman reference, but left having enjoyed a visit to the Natural History Museum as well as a wander through the pretty park, where I was delighted to see so many deer roaming freely....More
Visiting in Nottingham we decided to get out of boys for a breath of fresh air so headed to Wollaton Hall for a stroll around the estate and stately hall. Lovely surroundings; plenty of birds and squirrels around but unfortunately no deer or stags around...More
Lovely place to walk round and enjoy the surroundings of park and lake area.
Disappointed to see adults were allowing their children to get so close to the stags in the park. Fortunately the park ranger was there.
We hadn’t been here for years , however we had a nice walk around on a sunny winters day .
Car park £3 for 3 hours or £5 all day , signposting could have better around the park as we were not sure which path...More
Lovely for a day out or to come with a picnic in the summer. Always nice to see the stationary steam engine in full steam, I believe this is the one that was saved from Sherwood, Nottingham when they were scrapped. Great place ❤️
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Usually they don’t permit them, however if you give them a call and explain giving them rough times, usually there’s not a problem, however I have known in the past that they have used designated areas