Wollaton Hall stands on a natural hill 2 miles west of Nottingham City Centre. Located within 500 acres of historic deer park, with a rich diversity of habitats and species. See herds of red and fallow deer roaming wild, stroll around the historic lake, relax in the formal flower gardens or enjoy a meal in our Cafe in the Courtyard. The stunning Camellia House (the oldest steelhouse in Europe) is situated in the formal gardens within the park. Recently restored, the building houses beautiful 50 year old camillias. Built in 1588, Wollaton Hall is a stunning Grade 1 Listed Elizabethan Mansion,now home to Nottinghams Natural History Museum. The Hall is open all year round from 11:00am (please check website for details before your visit).
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Information on Wollaton Hall, Gardens & Deer Park , Wollaton Park , Nottingham
|Opening Times:||The Park: All year,from 09:00, please check website for closing times as these vary throughout the year. The Hall: Daily from 11:00.|
|Admission:||Entrance to the Park & Hall is free of charge. Parking charges apply.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Dogs must be kept on Leads)|
|Location:||Ten minutes drive out of Nottingham City Centre, also accessible by numerous bus routes from the City.|
Café in the Courtyard, Changing places available, Coaches Welcome, Gift Shop, Guided Tours, Limited Disabled Access, Parking Availability (charge applies)
|Parkland / Woodland Acreage:||500|
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