Wollaton Hall and Park
0115 915 3900
0115 915 7602
Set in over 500 acres of historic deer park, Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Tudor building designed by Robert Smythson and completed in 1588.
Following an extensive restoration programme, Wollaton Hall reopened with a number of new displays and refurbished rooms, including Tudor kitchens. Visitors touring the Hall can now view the Prospect Room at the top of the hall, which gives spectacular views over Nottingham.
The Hall also houses Nottingham Natural History Museum.
Wollaton Park's Courtyard Stables are home to Nottingham's Industrial Museum, Steam Engine House, and Cafe. Steamings are held once a month when the Industrial Museum is also open.
Museum, Heritage site, Historic house or home, Industrial heritage site, Garden, parklands or rural site
Park Open Every Day from 9am till around dusk.
Hall and Natural History Museum
April - October 11:00am -17:00
November - March 11:00am - 16:00
Last entry half hour prior to closing
Industrial Museum and Steaming
Once a month usually the last Sunday
Closed: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day
Car park £2.00 all day.
Tours : Additional charges
Guided tours of Wollaton Hall run on a daily basis. Please telephone the main line for information on times and prices.
Changing Places room with hoist (advance notice preferred as induction required).
Archives, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Natural Sciences, Personalities, Science and Technology, Social History
Hidden Wollaton from Willoughby to Wayne!
Join our guides for a fascinating 45 minute tour of the hall. Scale the dizzy heights of Wollaton Hall and visit the Prospect Room, taking in the spectacular views over the Park. Then descend into the depths of the hall to discover the Tudor kitchens. Also hear how the Hall was transformed into Wayne Manor for the latest film in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy The Dark Knight Rises.
- Family friendly
£5 for Adults, £3 Concessions