Visiting Nottingham Industrial Museum

Nottingham Industrial Museum is located in the 17th century stable block of Wollaton Hall, on the western edge of Nottingham, about 3 miles from the city centre.

How to find us

Wollaton Hall can be found by following the brown signs from the A52 or the A6514. From the M1 take junction 25 and follow the signs. The postcode for your sat nav is NG8 2AE.


Getting to Wollaton Hall

Cycling

Cycle paths links Wollaton Park with the centre of Nottingham. Map here...

Public Transport

Bus No 30 connects Wollaton Park with Nottingham's city centre./ Catch the bus from the Victoria Centre and alight at the park gates on Wollaton Road. Journey times approximately 15 minutes. Timetables here. Bus No 35, also from the Victoria Centre, stops at Wlloaton Park Gates on Derby Road. Timetables here...

Vehicle access

Wollaton Park has several car parks. Please note that parking charges apply (2 for 3 hours or 4 per day) and that these are separate from the museum entry fee. Parking ticket machines are located in the car parks. Disabled Badge Holders may park free of charge.


Disabled Access

Because the museum is located in a listed building, it has not been possible to link the two sections of the museum (which are at different levels) with a wheelchair ramp. While the main part of the museum is all on a single floor, with no steps, disabled access to the communications gallery, which is at the top of several steps, is via a separate entrance. Please ask the reception desk volunteer(s) to open the entrance.

Note that some surfaces in Wollaton Park are composed of uneven gravel. There is no disabled access to the upper viewing levels of the Basford beam engine.


Children

Nottingham Industrial Museum contains many exhibits that fascinate children, and they are very welcome. However the exhibits are often protected only by low wooden or metal barriers. Please keep children with you at all times, especially when the machines are in motion. Children below the age of 16 are not allowed in the museum unless accompanied by an an adult.

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