The castle is the perfect place to make the most of the May half term. As spring shakes hands with summer, longer days bring warmer ways to enjoy the great tower and bountiful grounds.
This trail takes in the historical lumps and bumps of the former Medieval village of Gunby.
Explore the Estate of Gunby Hall where Christiane Löhr found the materials for her contemporary art exhibition currently in Orchard Gallery.
Take a walk to Gunby's Ice House Pond or venture further afield to Monksthorpe Chapel. Take a look at our downloadable trails and how to book Nordic Walking sessions.
Explore the wider estate and see what wildlife you can spot with a visit to our renovated ice house pond.
Discover this unique secluded chapel, which was built in 1701 to look like a barn in order to keep it hidden, and has a rare open air baptistry.
Discover the seasonal highlights of Belton at this time of year.
A short, moderate walk along the wildlife rich River Wetland, which includes mature woodland, an historic pond and the site of a deserted medieval village.
This delightful walk at Belton Park passes key features of ancient woodland and the site of a deserted medieval village.
Go back in time at Belton House as you wander the formal gardens to explore the Moondial trail.
An 18th century wilderness garden once used for quiet contemplation, which now meanders round and through the adventure playground.
Beyond the splendour of its formal gardens and avenues, Belton’s pleasure grounds feature meandering paths through woodland glades offering glimpses of an historic fishing lodge, water features and wildlife.
A gentle walk with varied landscapes taking you through woodland and heathland, featuring a short detour to Clumber Bridge with a lovely view of the lake and chapel.
Walk through old woodland covered with seasonal bluebells before crossing arable fields and passing the old school house.
Join us for a summer of fun and games and enjoy the great outdoors with a fun-filled calendar of sporting activities every day.
Explore possible sites of Second World War activities; plus evidence of significant earth works which are present throughout the park.
The walk is mainly through woodland and agricultural land in some of the quieter parts of Clumber and finishes by the lakeside, and is perfect for all seasons.
The Robin Hood way is a 105 mile long distance route across Nottinghamshire, it visits Clumber Park twice as it winds itself through the county. Put it on your list at any time of year!
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