The park comprises over 3800 acres of peaceful woods, open heath and rolling farmland, with a superb serpentine lake at its heart and the longest avenue of lime trees in Europe. Part of Nottinghamshire's famed 'Dukeries', Clumber was formerly home to the Dukes of Newcastle. The house was demolished in 1938, but many fascinating features of the estate remain, including an outstanding Gothic Revival Chapel and walled kitchen garden with spectacular glass houses, growing old varieties of vegetables.
Admission free. Vehicle entry charge: £4 per car; £5. 20 car + caravan, minibus, car + trailer; coaches free. Walled kitchen garden: £1, child free. Orienteering by arrangement (orienteering packs £1. 95). Horse riding by permit only, £7 day permit or £55 annual season ticket. Coarse fishing: 16 June to 14 March; 7am to dusk; £4 day ticket or £50 annual season ticket.
Baby-changing and feeding facilities. Pushchairs and baby back-carriers admitted. Cycles with child carriers or buggies available; parkland ideal for family activities. .
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