All you need to know about changes to Wollaton Hall & Deer Park in relation to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) period.
As our top priority is to ensure the Health and Safety of customers and staff, we have our dedicated page that takes into consideration the government guidelines for maintaining social distancing, while updating you on the services and facilities available at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park.
Please see the updates below and check this page before each visit.
- 1st June 2020 - Our Derby Road gate is under maintenance, so is closed until Wednesday 10 June (excluding weekends). Click here for a site map showing all entrances to the Park.
- Wollaton Park is open, including the car park, toilets & baby changing and café kiosk
- Wollaton Park is open 8am weekdays, 9am weekends and bank holidays til 9.15pm. Last entry to the park is 8.30pm.
- Car park charges will be contactless payment via phone, app or website using RingGo (£5 all day or £3 for 2 hours). No cash payments for car parking. Blue badge holder spaces permitted by the hall as normal.
Toilets & baby changing are open at the 508 and the Courtyard during limited hours, subject to capacity and maintenance.
Café kiosk will be available with takeaway service and a queuing system. Limited service and contactless payment only.
External concessions will be available on site, including an Ice Cream van. These are contactless payment only.
Wollaton Hall, the Camellia House, the Formal Gardens and the Nottingham Industrial Museum remain closed, including the shops & play areas.
All public events & activities remain postponed and suspended until further notice.
Car parking season tickets will be extended for the closure period.
Visitors are able to attend the park for fresh air and exercise, though please observe social distancing (2M) at all times.
Cyclists, runners & active walkers are recommended to use the grass alongside the tarmac path, to ensure social distancing (2M) is possible on narrow paths.
BBQ's are not permitted in the park, as they pose a danger to the wild deer, and other wildlife.
We request that all visitors take litter home, where possible, as with increased demand at parks, this will help us keep the parks safe for all wildlife.
As we are in calving season, fawns may hide in long vegetation under the watchful eye of a protective mother. Therefore, avoid walking in long grassy areas or fields with long vegetation, and ensure your dog is on a lead when entering a field with deer or close to wildlife; giving a wide berth and to not approach them.
Be assured for all facilities, we action risk assessments & training of all team members to ensure operation is in line with government guidelines.
For all postponed events, our customer service teams are working remotely and will be in touch with customers affected by these changes to facilitate how we can best help. Please do contact us if you have any arrangements you would like to discuss. We are unfortunately unable to update by phone at this time, though we endeavour to answer via email as soon as possible.
We are also working closely with suppliers, and events vendors to work through postponing any planned activity over the coming weeks, and we will continue to update you via this dedicated page when event activity can be rescheduled.
We continue to pay close attention to all government recommendations being updated through the Nottingham City Council page and will keep you updated via our page here, so please continue to check this page before each visit.