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Nottinghamshire & Lincolnshire

Clumber Park

Freedom to discover

Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3BE

Looking over the lake to the Chapel on a frosty day with blue skies

Important notice

Our Christmas market takes place on Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 December. We're expecting the park to be very busy which may impact the length of time it takes to enter. Please bear with the team while they get visitors parked as quickly as possible.

Planning your visit

Christmas tree in the Turning Yard

Christmas at Clumber Park 

Meet Father Christmas, find Shaun the Sheep, have fun with our vintage fairground rides and enjoy the magic of the season with our Christmas market. With free crafting sessions in the Elves Workshop, festive delights being served in the Elves Eatery and live music in the Chapel, there is so much for the whole family to enjoy this Christmas at Clumber.

Autumn view of the Ornamental Bridge at Clumber Park as the suns going down

Visiting Clumber Park 

With 3,800 acres of parkland to explore, there's so much to see and do at Clumber Park this autumn.

A lady and gentleman walking their black dog in autumn leaves

Visiting Clumber Park with your dog 

Clumber Park is a three pawprint rated place. Exploring the 3,800 acres of beautiful parkland with your dog by your side is one of the best ways to see Clumber Park.

Group visits

We welcome groups of all sizes including schools and coach tours. Email: for full details and a booking form.


Clumber Park map 

Plan ahead and download the estate and main visitor facilities map here.

Venue hire



Clumber Park has several rooms available to hire for meetings and special occasions, including the Old Parsonage with views across to the lake. Our Food & Beverage team will be delighted to cater for your event. Email: to discuss your requirements.

Visitors exploring the festive interiors in the Entrance Hall at Castle Ward, County Down


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