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Wollaton Hall and Natural History Museum


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3.8
13 reviews


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Guide was excellent; saw parts closed to public. Children enjoyed the caves too. (May 2019 - Primary - Post No: 12124 )




Cautious about wildlife - a deer came very close to the group of children whilst eating lunch. Animal approached from absolutely no where. (April 2019 - Primary - Post No: 10947 )




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(November 2018 - Secondary - Post No: 8118 )




Both session were well organised, facilities were brilliant with space for lunch, plenty of toilets and classroom space for half of the day. The mini-beast hunt was active, exciting and beneficial for children in the classes in identifying and categorising different insects. The other session on natural plants was good but a little too hard for the children in year one. (October 2018 - Primary - Post No: 7023 )




The children really enjoyed the workshop and seeing the various stuffed animals. They enjoyed discussing the habitats of the various animals and comparing them through sketching. (July 2018 - Primary - Post No: 5417 )




Mary Anning fossil session was excellent. Children loved the session and the leader of the session was very knowledgeable and engaged the children well - age 6 (June 2018 - Primary - Post No: 4102 )




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