Visit

The internal lift at Wollaton Hall is out of order. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The formal gardens are closed for the set up of the Jurassic Kingdom event which opens on 20th October.

How to get here

Wollaton Hall Natural History Museum, Wollaton Park, Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 2AE

FREE ENTRY to the Natural History Museum in the Hall. Charges apply to tours.

We do not allow drone flying at any time over Wollaton Park except by contractors commissioned by Nottingham City Council for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and are operating under controlled conditions.

Fires and barbecues are not allowed due to the site being a conservation area.

 

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Opening times

The Hall is open daily, 11:00 - 16:00

The Park
Monday to Friday 8:00 - 16:00
Weekends and Bank Holidays 9:00 - 16:00

Download the full opening and closing times PDF

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Parking

Parking is available in the grounds

Up to 3 hours £3
All day £5
Season ticket £65
Combined  Annual Pass with Newstead Abbey £100
Coach parking £30

 

You can pay for car parking by card using the RingGo app or by calling 0115 8714000.
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Road access

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.

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Public transport

Given the location of Wollaton Hall, we recommend you obtain travel information via the Travel Centre 0115 950 6070, Nottingham Tourist Information 0844 477 5678, or Traveline East Midlands on 0871 200 2233 or plan your journey online.

Photography

Professional/Commercial photography is allowed by prior appointment and a permit is required.

For more information and charges please see our photography information page

Groups

We offer tours and talks to groups, with staff on hand to assist organisers and travel trade clients. Take advantage of group rates with coach parking on site.

Find out about upcoming tours

Accessibility

Wollaton Hall staff are always keen to help the public get the most out of their visit. For those with limited mobility, or  bespoke needs we offer:

  • Mobility parking in main car park and near the entrance to Wollaton Hall
  • Lift access to gallery floors and toilets
  • A ‘Changing Places’ toilet and height-adjustable bench; we ask people to bring their own slings and register before use at the Courtyard Shop or Potting Shed.
    Accessible toilets are in the courtyard 9am-5pm and near the play park 5pm-8pm.
  • Induction loop access across areas of the site.
  • Tactile models of the park and hall in Lower Courtyard near the Potting Shed.
  • Wheelchair access to the main hall. NOTE: Stairs feature on tour routes.
  • Sensory experience in the formal garden.
  • Manual wheelchairs available for use in hall and gardens. These can be collected from the hall and courtyard shop on arrival.

For those with Young Children and Babies, we offer:

  • Baby feeding facilities (in the courtyard café)
  • Baby changing facilities (in the courtyard 9am-5pm and near play park 5pm-8pm)
  • All meals in the cafe as child sized portions
  • Play park - located near Wollaton Road and Sutton Passeys entrance
  • Activity and trail sheets (available at the hall)
  • Family events throughout school holidays
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Deer at Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Park is home to two herds of deer - 90 Red and 120 Fallow. Do not approach, touch or feed as they can be dangerous. Keep dogs under control as owners of dogs worrying the deer will receive a fine of up to £1,000. Take note of seasonal deer activity such as rutting and calving.

Deer Calving Season (March-May)

During the calving season, deer can be aggressive in defending their space and protective of young deer. Please exercise your dog on a lead whilst in the park. 

Please take care when driving through the Park as it a busy heritage site with free roaming deer, the strict speed limit at all times is 15 mph.

Thank you for your co-operation during calving season.