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A National Trust property, Clumber Park is open daily all year. This wide expanse of parkland, farmland and woods covers over 3800 acres (1500 hectares) was once the seat of the Dukes of Newcastle. There are over 120 different types of tree at this wonderful National Trust property, offering year-round colour and including the memorable avenue of limes, 2 miles (3km) long, which forms the main approach.
Although the mansion was demolished in 1938, many original Clumber Park estate features survive, including the Victorian chapel, a Gothic Revival 'mini-cathedral', stable yard and garages and ornate entrance lodges. Particularly fascinating are the superb 19th-century glasshouses, which incorporate a palm house, vineries and working apiary, and overlook the walled kitchen garden. An avenue of cedars leads to the pleasure grounds.
At the heart of the estate is the magnificent serpentine lake, complete with balustraded bridge and delightful Doric Temple. A stroll along the lakeshore gives spectacular views and offers good fishing and birdwatching.
Cycle hire is available near the visitor centre and this is an excellent way to truly appreciate the beautiful area of Clumber Park. There are several routes that you can take by bike and cyclists can also bring their own and pick up a map from the shop.
There is a children's outdoor play area as well as a recently developed Discovery Centre in the main visitor facilities. You'll also find an outdoor coffee shop and a cafe/restaurant selling local produce food here too.
Event will be a stunning gathering of over 600 classic vehicles assembled at Thoresby Park, as...2.48 miles away
Wednesday 3 - Saturday 6 July 2013 7.30pm
The Clumber Players proudly present Shakespeare's 'The...2.48 miles away
Sunday 30 June 2013 10am - 4pm
Following the success of our Notts classic vehicle show in early...2.48 miles away
Sunday 13 October 2013
All That Jazz-The Riding Hall, Thoresby Park
A swinging selection of...2.48 miles away
6 July 2013, 9am-4pm
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21 June 2013.
A servant and master from far off Syracuse arrive in Ephesus in search of their...2.88 miles away
Every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from 10th March until 22nd December 2013
Thoresby Sunday...2.98 miles away
A fascinating insight into the life and times of Emma Wilmot, who resided in Worksop in the 1840s...3.32 miles away
An exhibition of old photographs from the library’s Local Studies collection, as well as ephemera...3.32 miles away
Featuring local scenes by Worksop artists, including paintings by renowned Worksop artist James...3.32 miles away
Taking in Bothamsall, Crookford, Green Lane and Haughton Park Farm covering a distance of 5.75...3.95 miles away
Monday 5 - Sunday 11 August 2013
The 29th Annual Robin Hood Festival will take place over one...4.53 miles away
Sat 29 Jun: 11am - 3pm
Sherwood Forest country Park, Edwinstowe
Come along and...4.56 miles away
Return to the year 1248 with Robert of Wentbridge and hear tales of Robin Hood as he wanders...4.56 miles away
Have a Go Archery, Sat 29 & Sun 30 Jun: 11am – 4pm
Try your hand at longbow archery at Sherwood...4.56 miles away
25 May 2013 -
From opulence and obsession to debt and despair, new exhibition Edward Harley:...4.61 miles away