A taste of tradition
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.
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.
Pleasure on a grand scale
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.
Woodlands for wildlife
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.
How to book
If you are interested in finding out more, get in touch on 01909 476 592 or send us an email