Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park, Nottingham

Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park was designed by Robert Smythson and constructed by Sir Francis Willoughby in 16th century. It is found on a natural hill three miles west of Nottingham City Centre. It entails natural history museum. The facilities found there include facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors, On-Site café, Picnic Site, Parking and Transport.

Major Attractions in Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park, Nottingham

  1. Den Building

Visitors enjoy building their own dens using fallen branches and twigs. They ensure that their foundation is strong and they are cautioned against cutting anything down including wood while constructing their own dens.

  1. Geocaching

This is an interesting hunting game whereby the participants are involved in searching of containers commonly known as caches.

  1. Orienteering

This is a collection of games that necessitates the participants to have direction-finding skills. They commonly use a map and a compass to locate one point from another point.

  1. Trails

You will find fun activities in indoor and outdoor trails.

  1. Play fields

The main play grounds in Wollaton Park are found in: the 508 Café, car park at the main entrance to Wollaton Hall and Deer Park and Lime Tree Avenue.

  1. Camellia House

It is located within the Formal Gardens which is an perfect place for pre-reception drinks and photographs at weddings. From 1823, it is the oldest cast-iron-framed glass house in England. Camellia House is a nice place to relax while viewing the park, lake and camellia flowers which blossoms in between autumn and late spring.

  1. Botanical Garden

It is found nearby established block and it is tended by the volunteers of the Nottingham branch of the Hardy Plant Society. For the maintenance of the garden, money is raised through plant sales.

  1. Lake

This is a fantastic area where visitors can just walk around viewing the beauty of nature and the local wildlife. The common birds found there include: jay, nuthatch, sparrowhawk and ring-necked parakeets.

  1. Wild deer

There are more than 90 red and 120 fallow found at Wollaton. There are commonly seen in the months of September and October.

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Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park is a cool place to visit for recreational and adventure purposes. After you are through with all kind of fun activities there, you can pay a visit to the neighbouring attraction; Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

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