Things to do at Wollaton Hall review
Wollaton Hall is an Elizabethan country house built in the 1580s. The house is now the Nottingham Natural History Museum. There’s plenty to do to fill at least two hours, if not more.
The Natural History Museum is home to a huge amount of taxidermy animals and plenty of interactive exhibits to hold kids interest. It is free to visit Wollaton Hall and the grounds. Parking is pay and display.
You can take a walk around the vast 500-acre deer park with free-roaming deer. There is a relatively large adventure playground with lots to climb on and slide down etc. You can also take part in den building.
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FAQ and Further Information Wollaton Hall
Is there food and drink available?
There are two cafes, one by the play area and the other in the stable courtyard, which sells hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to picnic outside.
What are the main things to do?
Natural history museum within Wollaton hall, acres of grounds and walks which include free-roaming deer, adventure playground. There are toilets and two cafes.
What are the ticket prices?
*FREE to visit
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Free – Without booking on a tour it is free to visit Wollaton Hall, the grounds and the Natural History Museum.
Is there parking?
There is parking, charges apply.
When are they open?
They are open for most of the year but do close on certain dates For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are permitted in the grounds.
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