Wollaton Hall and Deer Park Nottingham

Ray Clarke

Doncaster, United Kingdom

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Wollaton Hall is a spectacular Elizabethan mansion designed by Robert Smythson and built by Sir Francis Willoughby between 1580 and 1588 for his family. Now a prominent Grade One listed building, the stunning Hall houses the city’s Natural History Museum along with reconstructed room settings.
An image of Wollaton Hall

The building is in the English Renaissance style and its central lower tower and flanking turrets are considered to be a masterpiece. Repaired and remodelled in 1801 by Sir Jeffery Wyattville and later occupied by the Middletons, the interior of the building is as attractive as its exterior, boasting fabulous design.

Today Wollaton Hall is a prominent Grade One Listed building

A Red deer stag can be seen in the foreground

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Taken with Canon 5D Mk ll. Sigma 150-500 os lens @150mm ISO400 F10 @1/200 Subject 45m

Daily Editors Pick “All Glorious Gardens” 2nd February 2012

Top ten “Britains Nature Challenge” November 2011

Featured in “Trees , Beautiful Trees” July 2011
Featured in “I shoot Raw” 6th November 2010
Featured in “Architecture The British Isles” 5th November 2010
Featured in “Nottingham and it’s shires” 2nd November 2010

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