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Visit Wollaton Hall & Deer Park car-free
It’s easy to visit Wollaton Hall car-free. The park is beside Nottingham University and near the tram stop. Buses stop outside from the city centre, and take about 10-15 minutes.
There are frequent buses from around Nottingham and also Derby (bus i4). Buses from Nottingham stop at Wollaton Park Gates (i.e. buses 35, 36 and i4), Wollaton Rise (i.e. bus 35) and Wollaton Hall Drive (i.e. bus 54).
University Boulevard tram stop is about a 15-minute stroll from the gates at Beeston Lodge. The tram stop is about 15 minutes’ ride from the train station and city centre.
There are direct trains to Nottingham from: Sheffield (50 mins), Birmingham (70 mins), Manchester, Leeds (110 mins), Liverpool, London, Norwich and other towns around the country. When you travel by train, a Nottingham PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel around the city by bus and tram.
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About Wollaton Hall & Deer Park
The Elizabethan manor house was once the setting for a Batman film. It now houses: a natural history museum and industrial heritage museum, plus art exhibitions and open air theatre shows. There are walled formal gardens, botanical gardens and a 200 year old glasshouse. You can follow nature trails around the wider grounds, meet red and follow deer, or birdwatch at the lake hides. There are two play areas, and activities such as: den building, orienteering and geocaching.
For any queries about visiting contact Wollaton Hall & Deer Park on 0115 876 3100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG8 2AE. Visit Website