Nottingham Wollaton Hall and Park
Wollaton Park, Nottingham NG8 2AE
April – October 11.00 - 5.00
November – March 11.00 – 4.00
A magnificent late-Elizabethan mansion built by Sir Francis Willoughby in 1588, set in a 500 acre deer park containing formal gardens, the Camellia House, an ornamental lake, ice houses and avenues of trees.
Many diverse habitats such as grassland, wetlands, the lake and woodland make the park an important site for wildlife and an ideal location for environmental studies.
Museums Learning and Engagement Team
We offer 11 facilitated sessions led by our team of museum educators, for Foundation to KS2 on history, natural history and environmental studies.
Please contact the Learning and Engagement Team for a printed programme of educational sessions at all Nottingham City museums.
We also welcome and support teacher-led visits.
Tudors, Natural History, environmental studies