Walled Kitchen Garden
Explore the beautiful 4 acre Walled Kitchen Garden. With magnificent 400ft double herbaceous borders and a 450ft glasshouse with grapevines, fruits and flowering plants, this historic garden has been awarded National Collection status for its collection of culinary rhubarbs and apple trees.
Described as a 'cathedral in miniature', the Chapel is a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture, designed by G.F. Bodley (1827-1902) and considered one of the finest examples of his work.
Experience a traditional Anglo-Catholic service every Sunday from 11.30am to 12.30pm.
Pop into the Discovery Centre to find out more about Clumber's wildlife.
With hands on activities, talks, walks and ever changing displays, you can get up close to some of our more reclusive residents, whether they are furry, feathery, creepy or slimy.
The Burrow play centre
Come and have fun in our play centre for pre-schoolers. There's soft play for the under 3s and activities for older children.
There's also a menu of hot and cold drinks and snacks available. Open Friday to Monday except when booked for a private party (call 01909 544920 to check).
Museum of Gardening Tools
Housed in the old boiler room, fruit store and potting shed, in the Walled Kitchen Garden. You'll see everything from cucumber straighteners to horses' slippers.
Open daily until the end of October and then weekends only until the begining of March.
Willow Tree Farm exhibition
Visit our new Willow Tree Farm exhibition and learn about Victorian farming at Clumber Park's home farm, Hardwick Grange.
Open Wednesdays from April to October and then closed for winter for the rest of the year.