Things to see & do

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What's on?

We have an action-packed events diary to suit all tastes – including music concerts, gardening workshops for the green-fingered, discovery club for young explorers and open air theatres.


Take a walk around the Park, explore our cycle routes or climb the spider web in the play park. If you're not feeling active, relax with a picnic by the lake or cook something tasty on our BBQ site.

Don't forget to...

  • Hire a bike and explore over 20 miles of cycle routes
  • Enjoy a hot drink or snack in the cafe after a wander around the lake
  • Stroll around the Pleasure Ground following in the footsteps of Dukes
  • Walk, ride or drive along Europe's longest double avenue of lime trees
  • Experience a taste of the past in the Walled Kitchen Garden
  • Visit the Chapel - our 'Cathedral in miniature'

Spring at Clumber Park

  • A host of golden Daffodils © National Trust Jenny Sutton

    Woodland colour

    Watch Clumber wake up as the snowdrops and daffodils start to burst into colour across the park.

  • Gardener at work picking French beans in the Walled Kitchen Garden © NTPL/David Levenson

    What's in bloom?

    Find out in the Walled Kitchen Garden, speak to our working gardeners and see our 'jobs for the week' board...

  • Gardener at work picking French beans in the Walled Kitchen Garden © Sophie Thomas

    Wildlife highlights

    Grab your  binoculars and see the return of migrant birds such as cuckoos, swallows and house martins<...

Cadbury Easter Trail

Children tucking into Easter Eggs © John Millar

Come and join us this Easter (Fri 3 to Mon 6 April, 11am to 4pm) to find out what Nutty the cheeky squirrel has been up to. £3 per trail sheet, (includes a chocolate prize).