Large and attractive park with easy cycling and walking.
Blyth Rd Nottinghamshire S80 3AZ 01909 544 917
Owned and operated by the National Trust, Clumber Park is one of Nottinghamshire’s favourite days-out with cyclists and walkers. Get your bearings at the old stable block, which is now home to the main visitor centre, and then wander off into the surrounding woodland, which is criss-crossed with cycling trails and footpaths. The estate was once the property of the Dukes of Newcastle, who created a long and slender lake in front of the family mansion, though this was demolished in the 1930s. The main ducal remain is the handsome Gothic Revival chapel, an imposing structure with a soaring spire and an intricately carved interior built for the seventh duke in the 1880s.
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Clumber Park entrance is free, but car parking £6 (free to NT members).
Walled kitchen garden £3 (free to NT members)
Bike hire £7.50 for 2 hours, £15 per day.
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- Public Park
There are several entrances, but the main (easterly) entrance is on the A614 just north of Ollerton.
Park: daily 10am–4/5/6pm. Visitor centre: daily 10am–4/5/6pm. Chapel: daily 10.30am–4/5.30pm. Walled kitchen garden: April–Oct daily 10am–5pm.