Visiting Wollaton Hall
Information on opening times, admission charges, directions, parking, shop and cafe, disabled access and daily tours.
Hall and Museum
Low Season - 3rd November to 14th February 2015, open Friday - Tuesday: 11am to 4pm (last entry 3:30pm)
Wollaton Hall will be closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays during these winter months to enable us to undertake important conservation works to the building and its vast collections.
High Season - 15th Feb to 2nd November, open daily: 10am to 5pm (last entry 4:30pm)
There are daily tours of the hall available at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm when the hall is open.
- £5 per person
- £4 for concessions
- Under 5's are free
Gate opening times
Monday to Friday 8:00am
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 9:00am
Gate closing times
The times listed are for the main entrance and exit gates on Wollaton Road
1st January - 1st February 1630 hrs
2nd February - 15th February 1700 hrs
16th February - 1st March 1730 hrs
2nd March - 15th March 1800 hrs
16th March - 28th March 1830 hrs
29th March (BST starts) - 12th April 1930 hrs
13th April - 26th April 2000 hrs
27th April - 10th May 2030 hrs
11th May - 9th August 2145 hrs
10th August - 23rd August 2030 hrs
24th August - 6th September 2000 hrs
7th September - 20th September 1930 hrs
21st September - 4th October 1900 hrs
5th October - 18th October 1830 hrs
19th October - 24th October 1800 hrs
25th October (BST ends) - 8th November 1700 hrs
9th November - 31st December 1630 hrs
All other gates around the park close at 15-minute intervals. Using 15th August as an example, the gates close in the following order:
|Entrance - Wollaton Road 8:00pm||Lime Tree Avenue 8:00pm|
|Digby Avenue 8:00pm||Beeston Lodge 8:15pm|
|Sutton Passeys 8:00pm||Parkside 8:15pm|
|Exit - Wollaton Road 8:30pm|
Dogs on leads are welcome on Wollaton Park
Entry to the park and Wollaton Hall is free.
Car parking charges apply.
Charges may apply for some tours, events and activities at Wollaton Hall and Park - check our events page for details.
How to Get Here
Wollaton Hall is 3 miles to the west of the city centre and can be found by following the brown signs from the A52 or the A6514. From the M1 take junction 25 and follow the signs. The postcode for your sat nav is NG8 2AE.
A number of buses serve Wollaton Hall, for more information please call 0115 950 6070 or visit the Traveline East Midlands website
Car parks are located throughout the site, with a charge of £2 for 3 hours or £4 per day.
Car parking season tickets are available for just £40 per year at
Yard Shop (near the café), at Woodthorpe Grange, Woodthorpe Drive, Nottingham NG5 4HA (please call in advance on 0115 915 2733, or by calling 0115 915 2733 and paying by card (we will then send the ticket out in the post).
Disabled Badge Holders may park free of charge. There is limited parking for blue badge holders outside the front entrance of the Hall.
Shop and Eat
Cafe in the Courtyard - A stylish addition to the Courtyard Stables, the cafe serves a range of refreshments including home made soups, sandwiches and a range of hot and cold seasonal specials. Vegetarian options are always available.
Shop - The shop, which is also located in the Courtyard Stables, stocks an extensive range of crafts, souvenirs, gifts and books, and is open all year round.
High Season, Open daily: 10am to 5pm (last service 4:30pm)
Low Season, Open daily 10 to 4pm (last service 3:30pm)
Information for Disabled Visitors
Wollaton Hall staff are always keen to help the public get the most out of their visit to the site. Please be aware that our external platform lift is currently out of order and an alternate entry point is in place. For further details please call 0115 915 3900. Disabled visitors and those with limited mobility or visitors with different needs should be aware that there is:
- Lift access to gallery floors and toilets
- A 'Changing Places' toilet and height adjustable changing bench is available. Users are requested to bring their own slings and register before use at the Industrial Museum reception.
- Tactile models of the park and hall
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