Wander 1,538 hectares (3,800 acres) of parkland and forest at Clumber Park. Drive through Limetree Avenue, a 3.2 km (2 mile) avenue planted with over a thousand lime trees. Enjoy views across the lake from the 18th-century pleasure ground. Marvel at the Gothic Revival architecture of the chapel, described as a "cathedral in miniature." Get hands-on inside the discovery center, and learn more about the park's wildlife. The Willow Tree Farm exhibit explores Victorian farming, and the walled kitchen garden features a museum of gardening tools. Put Clumber Park into our Worksop trip itinerary website and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Clumber Park Reviews
Really nice place for walks, cycle, picnic or poncy woncy wander about, the atmosphere is relaxed and reminiscent of the times when this was an impressive estate. The best thing for us was being able ... more »
I've lived in Nottingham for 17 years and to my shame, I have never visited this place. It is stunning. The woodland is really well maintained. No litter anywhere. Lots of families enjoying a picnic. ... more »
As I have always said if you want a peaceful walk around Clumber then go as early as possible . After around 10 the park gets very busy with long waiting times for entry . more »
Such a great place to visit with plenty to see and do: Park: The park has so much offer and plenty to see and do, the walled garden is very interesting and some of the buildings in the park display some great architecture. Great attractions and some great play areas for kids. Fun for all the family. Cycle hire: Staff were helpful and friendly,Prices are very affordable and a very good range of cycles on offer to suit all needs including trikes, child tag-along bikes, tandems, child trailers and dog trailers. This is the best way to see the park and explore the 3800 acres of land. Garden Tea Room: (Located near Walled Garden) Very nice relaxing and calming surroundings with a great range of food and drink, Very clean and tidy with very friendly and welcoming staff. would highly recommend this Tea room over the main cafe. Toilets are clean and tidy Located on the second floor. Main Cafe: Good range of food and drink on offer, clean surroundings, very busy at times and typical of nation trust cafe. All in all a very good day out and would highly recommend this place to everyone.
Lovely park and gardens, the National Trust have done a wonderful job preserving a picturesque part of the Midlands. £3.50 entry is significantly less than most National Trust properties and most of the facilities are dog friendly (there's even an indoor dog friendly area to the cafe). Although I personally didn't use it, the bike hire also seemed very popular Would definitely recommend a visit - though it is worth remembering that this is a park, the house that once stood on this site is long gone.
Another top quality National Trust park with lots to do be it walking, cycling or chilling with food. Massive open fields on the drive in which is an area I'm yet to explore. Does get busy at events so don't leave it late to turn up!!
Beautiful park lands, plenty of room to walk, run, cycle and play. Beautiful lake with ducks and swans on. Visitor centre has information on wildlife within the site. Also a beautiful Church which is open & cafe & shop. Excellent outdoor area.
Miles of lovely, well kept, park and woodland. Great for anybody who loves the great outdoors. Suitable for walkers, cyclists and family activities such as picnics, sightseeing and exploring.
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