About The Welbeck Estate
The Welbeck Estate extends to some 15,000 acres and straddles the borders of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Set mainly within the Sherwood Forest, it lies within the area of North Nottinghamshire known as the Dukeries.
Today Welbeck is still a working estate and contains a Grade 2 registered historic park designed in 1748 by Francis Richardson; ancient woodlands and forestry; a beautiful chain of lakes; farmland and grazing; a deer park; and some of the country’s most important rural heritage buildings. At its heart lies the historic Welbeck Abbey and Welbeck Village. When visiting Nottinghamshire, come to the Welbeck Estate where guests can enjoy spending a few hours taking in the wonderful tours, visiting the Harley Gallery or can simply take a stroll in the marvelous surroundings.Read Less
|Ticket Prices:||Free entrance, see website or call for details of events.|
|Recommended Time:||2 - 3 hours|
|Opening Times:||Monday to Friday:|
|Indoors / Outdoors:||Indoors, Outdoors|
|Categories:||Architectural Buildings, Bodies of Water, Forests, Gardens, Historic Walking Areas, Historical & Heritage Tours, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks, Points of Interest & Landmarks|