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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
Lots to do and see here. Enjoyed a good few hours walking and exploring the grounds. Tours of the hall available but we did not join one as it was nice just to look around at our own pace. Lots of wildlife and natural science...More
Took my wife and young child out for the day. I've wanted to come here for a while as I am a fan of the Batman movies and this was used to represent Wayne Manor in The Dark Knight Rises. The grounds leading up to...More
I've visited Wollaton many times with my family, friends and work colleagues over the years. It's a most beautiful hall and park. Expansive and elegant, it offers many lovely walks and interesting features as you wander along its paths and trails. Whether on foot, bike...More
You have everything you need here for a full day out - a beautiful and satisfying place to visit. An ideal place for a picnic but also lots to do if the weather isn't quite what you'd like it to be. i thoroughly recommend it.
Wollaton Hall one of Nottinghams man treasures.The Hall is a fantastic building full of history , a great museum of preserved wildlife, very educational, great garden and lakeside walk,see the deers, good place for a picnic .There is a car parking charge but the Hall...More
We've visited several times before, it's a great place for walking. Take a wander around the lake. The heritage centre with the steam engine is open weekends.
This time it was to see The Hound of the Baskervilles, an outdoor theatre presentation.
The play was...More
With being only a couple of miles outside the city centre it’s well worth a visit! Completely free day out, we parked on a side street near the deer sanctuary. It was amazing to see deer roaming around freely and being able to get so...More