Wollaton Hall façade currently has scaffolding in place as part of programme works.

 

Secret Walled Garden Tours

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Discover tours of the Secret Walled Garden

We ask for a donation of £5 in cash on entry for the tours which goes towards the improvement of the Walled Garden.

Donation of £5 will ensure you receive a free leaflet of the Walled Garden

Date: Each Thursday at 10:30 am

First session is this Thursday 28th March at 10:30 am

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Tours of Wollaton’s Secret Walled Garden


Tours of the Walled Garden give you an opportunity to see the 4-acre site with 12 foot high walls and Head Gardeners Cottage built between 1783 – 1788.

Explore the work done by volunteers over the last three years to reclaim the site from the ravages of time and the encroachment of ivy and brambles, to grow flowers and vegetables once again.

 

Discover Secret Walled Garden Tours

We ask for a donation of £5 in cash on entry for the tours which goes towards the improvement of the Walled Garden.

Donation of £5 will ensure you receive a free leaflet of the Walled Garden

Book your place

Lasts just over 1 hour

Meet at the flagpole by the Adventure Playground immediately to the right as you enter the Park by the vehicular access.

Discover Wollaton Hall & Park

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Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall is an Elizabethan mansion designed by the Elizabethan architect, Robert Smythson.

The building contains the Great Hall, Natural History Collections displayed throughout the hall and the Salon, which offers views over the Formal Gardens.

Across four gallery rooms there is even an exhibition about a T. rex with hist skeleton on display spanning 12 meters skull to tail – it’s one not to miss!

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Wollaton Park & Lake

Wollaton Park is a 500 acre park home to a variety of wildlife, including two herds of wild deer, 90 Red and 120 Fallow, as well as other wildlife, and many of these enjoy time at the lake.

Throughout the park we have play parks to keep kids entertained, which are located near the 508 café and Sutton Passeys crescent.

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