We’ve created a new walk to see London Fieldworks’ contemporary art installations, ‘The Leopard’ and ‘Spontaneous City in the Cedar of Lebanon’ alongside other sites around the park of historical interest.
The walk explores history, sharing little known stories and rare insights into the extravagant splendour of the Dukes of Newcastle and how they chose to live at Clumber.
Joff and Ollie have designed a special, free souvenir map to guide you round the park and provide insight into Clumber’s fascinating history. The map is available from the reception at Clumber’s main facilities from Friday 10 August.
The whole walk will take from 60 – 90 minutes but you can return to the main facilties at any point if needed.
You will need good footwear
All terrain buggies if with small children
Dogs need to be supervised
Food and drink are available from the cafe, the kiosk and Barkers Restaurant
Explore other mini-habitats inlcuding pond dipping, mini-beast hunting
and bat watching
Take the ferry across the lake and get closer to the ducks
(weekends and school holidays)
Look out for Autumn half term activities linked to the new art works
For further information