Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall is a magnificent late Elizabethan mansion built by Sir Francis Willoughby in 1588, set in a 500 acre park containing formal gardens, an ornamental lake and avenues of trees; the park has many diverse habitats such as grassland, wetlands and woodland. The Hall contains restored Tudor kitchens and Natural History Galleries. Your school can take part in one of our History or Science based sessions. Just click on the sessions listed below for more details. From Spring term 2018 some new sessions will be added, these sessions have been transferred from the offer at Nottingham Castle. These sessions are marked*.



Darwin In Colour

Darwin and You!

Mary Anning and her fossils


KS4 and KS5