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Wollaton Park & Gardens
Wollaton Park spans five hundred acres of spectacular gardens and parkland and is a haven for wildlife, including herds of red and fallow deer which are free to roam in their natural habitat.
Themed guided walks and tours of the park are often available, please check the Wollaton Hall and Park events page to find out what's coming up. Alternatively, take a look below to find out what's available all year round.
There are a couple of suggested walking routes through the park, these can be found on the Walk4Life website, please click on the links below:
Segway tours of Wollaton Park are available on the last Sunday of the month - for specific times and dates, please check the Wollaton Hall and Deer Park events page.
There are two ways to experience the segways:
- Have a Go - 5 minutes familiarisation to see how you get on with riding a segway - £4
- Tour - those who successfully complete the familiarisation can tour the park. This lasts approx 30 minutes. £12
The segway can be successfully driven by nearly everyone, however younger children may be too light to activate the controls.
Check out the video below:
The immaculately kept formal gardens provide the perfect spot to sit and relax. Here you can also visit The Camellia House, the oldest cast iron glasshouse in Europe.
The small walled botanic garden, situated adjacent to the stable block, has been developed and cared for by volunteers from the Nottingham Branch of the Hardy Plant Society since the early 1980s. This attractive garden is open on Sundays from 2.00-4.00pm between April and September. Plant sales raise money to maintain the garden.
On your visit to the stunning grounds, don't forget to go to the Hall and join one of the daily tours of the Grade I listed building.