Keeping everyone safe

Thursday 5th November – Wednesday 2nd December 2020, the Hall’s Natural History Museum, the Nottingham Industrial Museum and retail shops are closed temporarily in line with government guidelines.

Wollaton Park, café kiosk and toilets are open, with covid safety measures in place, so you can enjoy the park & many facilities safely.

The Formal Gardens are closed until Friday 15 January 2021, while the Christmas at Wollaton event is set up and open to the public from the 3rd December.

Click here to see all our available facilities and extra measures we’re taking so you can enjoy your visit during this autumn.

Where history lives

Hall & Museum


Where history lives

Wollaton Hall is one of the country’s finest Grade I listed Elizabethan buildings and the largest dedicated Natural History Museum in the county.


Wollaton Hall

An architectural wonder, explore the Hall’s Tudor Kitchens, Prospect Room and Admiral’s Bath while discovering Wollaton’s incredible history.

Discover Wollaton's history

Natural History Museum

Since opening its doors in 1926, Wollaton Hall has been home to the city’s Natural History Museum. It houses 750,000 objects; from fascinating fossils to surreal ‘spirit’ jars.

Explore the collections

Nottingham Industrial Museum

Nottingham Industrial Museum focuses on the city’s hugely important industrial past. Situated at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park, the museum displays a fascinating collection of rich industrial history – from Tudor mines to the world’s first video recorder.

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