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Clumber Park, Worksop

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National Park Nature / Park
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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  • Visited with my parents and it was a great spot for lunch and a stroll. We didn't wander too far but had a look around the lake and gothic church and even spotted a large bird of prey on our drive in ...  more »
  • We came here last minute to avoid the rain up in Fountains Abbey (Ripon) and I'm really glad we did. Easy to find via the National Trust App, and it's well signposted. Beautiful entrance way and you r...  more »
  • Came here for the 1st time today the park is huge and there is a lot to do nice gift shop and a nice restaurant as well. This is a national trust place I would definitely come back in the future.  more »
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  • Great day out. Nice to go for walk or cycle. Good cafe on site. Can get busy bank holidays though.
  • Lovely, spacious park with plenty of walking and cycling paths. Also plenty to do for children, cafe also sells a good range of food and drink.
  • My fabourite local place for a walk. So many paths can be walked to get short or longer walks. The lakeside path is the busiest at about 4 miles. Bike hire is popular. Cafes at each end of Lake. Superb kitchen garden and greenhouse.
  • Great place to spend the day. £7 parking may sound a lot but you can spend the full day here, bring bikes, picnics and games to amuse kids. Loads of different walks to do. Great adventure playground for the under 12's and there is normally some event or activity on to amuse the children. Plus if you are a national trust member parking is free.
  • A huge open space where you can enjoy fresh air and freedom. Ideal for walkers and cyclists, although signage could be improved in both areas. Gets very busy at weekends but is so large you can easily escape from the crowds. Let down massively by poor cafe facilities at the Visitors Centre with overpriced food, a restricted menu (try getting a teacake or bacon butty after 11.30am) and a poor selection of quick snacks. Expensive access for non NT members. Overall though still a great place to unwind.