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Clumber Park, Worksop

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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 Ollerton tour planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Big walk round, very nice scenery, have visited many times in family groups and alone, cycle hire available and it costs 7 pounds per car to get into unless you're a national trust member, well worth ...  read more »
  • We have visited the park for many years, first with our children and now with our grandson. Plenty of space to play and ride bikes. Walled garden very interesting especially if you like rhubarb! 
  • Very nice area for walks or cycling. Large greenhouse to tour and walled gardens. There isn't a house to tour as this was burnt down many years ago, but if you like a nice walk then go for a visit. 
  • Brilliant day enjoyed by the whole family. Superb walking with both dog and pushchair. Highly recommended for beautiful walks. Dog friendly cafe. Just £7 car park for whole family. Great value.
  • A great expanse of space for the publics enjoyment. Bike trails and fields for sports along with a moderate entertainment schedule make this a great place to come and enjoy some family time. Free for National Trust members or about £6 to park a car.
  • Lovely park with a nice lake and other areas worth visiting. You can park around the other side of the park if you want to avoid the crowds. We like to walk in the woods and do a lap around the lake. Expensive if you aren't a member as you pay a fixed parking fee so you need to stop for a few hours to make it worthwhile. National trust members get in free of course.
  • Just a really lovely place to go for a cycle. We did the "Northern Explorer" route which was about 8 miles and very quiet even on a busy easter Friday. Well kept with only a couple of muddy bits to watch out for. Even saw a deer in the forest! The visitor centre was busy but very good and my kid loved the woodland play park. Very pretty church and lake as well.
  • Wow, a huge National Trust park in Nottinghamshire. I highly recommend the bike hire, will definitely return as I'm sure we saw hardly any of the place!
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