Come learn about the Vikings.
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.
Our Learning & Education service offers a huge variety of curriculum-based, facilitated workshops for school pupils of all ages as well as school trips, sleepovers, teacher training and bespoke projects.
To discuss how we can help you, call the Schools Programmes team on 0115 876 1420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Art & Design to History and Nature, choose from a wide range of curriculum-linked workshops designed to help you and your school make the most of Wollaton Hall & Deer Park. All charges are based on a minimum of 20 pupils. For schools visiting with fewer numbers, please contact us.
Bring your school group for a great learning experience, exploring Wollaton Hall, from its Elizabethan rooms to its Natural History Museum, or our great outdoors. Following a warm welcome, you’ll have access to our site for the day as well as a base for your bags and coats, a space to eat your lunch and a tour for just £5 per pupil.
Access Artefacts is the handling collection for Nottingham Museums and contains objects covering a range of themes, including social history, archaeology, geology, industrial history and the natural sciences.
We’re pleased to say we have the Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge, recommended by the Department for Education.