For groups

With spectacular views of the lake and Chapel Clumber makes a good stop-off © Jerry Harpur

With spectacular views of the lake and Chapel Clumber makes a good stop-off

Planning your group visit

Clumber is a great place for group visits, with something for all interests and ages. You can enjoy anything from a break to stretch your legs through to a full day's visit, or even longer if you're staying at the campsite.

If you'd like to find out more about a visit or to book a group tour please call 01909 544900 or email us.

Bespoke tours

If your group has a particular interest or time frame in mind we can arrange bespoke or out-of-hours tours to suit. Please call 01909 544900 or email us to find out more.

Coaches

Parking space is available for six coaches, 200 yards from the main visitor facilities and 250 yards from the Walled Kitchen Garden. The charge per coach is £20. Coach season tickets are also available

Refreshments

Tuck in to the delicious children’s menu at the Cafe

The Clumber Café serves lunches, light snacks and cream teas: delicious home-cooked food using produce grown on site or sourced locally.

Choose from four special-interest tours

Woodlands for wildlife

Limetree Avenue is the longest avenue of double limes in Europe © Andrew Butler

A new tour for 2014

Come and explore the woodlands of Clumber Park and learn about how they are managed as a home for birds and other wildlife. On the way we will look at some of the finest trees from our collection of over 200 different species.

Tours cost from £9.50 per person. Duration 2 hours.

A taste of tradition

Cool blue and white planting on one side of the border in the Garden © NTPL/David Noton

Take a tour of the Walled Kitchen Garden and unearth a world of wonderful heritage fruit and vegetables, 400-foot double herbaceous borders and the longest glasshouse range in the National Trust. Discover the social history of the garden and the uses for the implements in the Museum of Gardening Tools.

Tours cost from £9.50 per person. Duration 1 hour 30 minutes.

Clumber Park wildlife safari

Look for the vivid orange Small Copper butterfly amongst heathland flowers © NT/Nigel Dorrington

Take a walk on the wild side and explore the landscapes that provide habitats for a variety of birds, insects and other wildlife. Our guides will show you the best places to spot wildlife and how the land is carefully managed to provide a safe environment for its inhabitants.

Tours cost from £9.50 per person. Duration 2 hours.

Pleasure on a grand scale

Find out about the history of Clumber © Clumber Park / National Trust

Let us escort you back through the centuries to hear about how life was lived to the full during Clumber Park’s heyday as a ducal estate. Although the house was demolished in 1938, many fascinating features remain, including a Gothic Revival chapel and the Walled Kitchen Garden with spectacular glasshouses.

Tours cost from £9.50 per person. Duration 2 hours.

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