Wollaton Hall and Park
Set in over 500 acres of historic deer park, Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Tudor building, designed by Robert Smythson and completed in 1588, it is now the home to the city´s Natural History Museum. Wollaton´s Courtyard Stables are home to the city´s Industrial Museum, Steam Engine House, Wollaton Visitor Centre and the Yard Gallery, a vibrant exhibition space with a changing programme of exhibitions exploring art and the environment.
Visit the Natural History Museum with a fantastic array of specimens and minerals on display, including favourites like George the Gorilla and the impressive Giraffe upstairs! Exhibitions include ´I is for Insect´ living displays and creepy crawlies on show with an educational twist, Why Change Things? an exploration of the changes that Wollaton Hall has been through with the opportunity for you to comment and influence future changes.
Visit Wollaton Hall and Park´s Industrial Museum, with a wonderful display of Textile, Transport and Technology from Nottingham´s past on display, including favourites like the Basford Beam Engine, a fully operational analogue telephone network that you can see working whilst you chat, a display of cycles, motor cycles and motor cars linked to the city and some of the most important lace making machinery that put Nottingham on the textile map forever.
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