The Walled Kitchen Garden

A taste of tradition

You can enjoy fantastic views of the Garden from the conservatory © Judith Unell

You can enjoy fantastic views of the Garden from the conservatory

You'll find hundreds of varieties of fruit and vegetables along with herbaceous borders, a rose garden and cut flower borders. It is also home to the longest stretch of glasshouse cared for by the National Trust.

Now open daily, until the 24 October. Admission is free for National Trust members and under 16's.

Keep your eyes peeled for the pretty apple blossom this spring and see what our gardeners 'jobs for the week' are on the noticeboard.

Palm House restoration work

Clumber Park © Judith Unell

Clumber Park

Due to much needed restoration work, the Palm House will be closed until the end of September 2015.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.  For further information, please feel free to ask a member of the National Trust team on site. Thank you for your patience at this time.

Make sure you don't miss...

The Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park tree in blossom © National Trust/Hazel Robinson

  • 130 varieties of rhubarb, the largest collection in the UK
  • 72 varieties of apple that have been awarded National Plant Collection status
  • Reintroduced Pear varieties listed in the diary of a Clumber gardener from 1888

Museum of Gardening Tools

Housed in the old boiler room, fruit store and potting shed, the Museum of Gardening Tools has an interesting display of Clumber Park's original vintage tools - including curiosities such as cucumber straighteners to horses' slippers.

Take part in our Sunflower Trail

Sunflower Trail © Christopher Margrave

The Sunflower Trail runs daily until 6 September.  Find the clues and discover which are the tallest, rarest and most expensive sunflowers in the world. Normal admission prices to the garden.