Abbey is a quintessential British parkland with its ancient oak trees, Fallow
Deer and birds of prey.
Nature lovers will be impressed by the variety of
habitats and wildlife on offer.
Calke also boasts over 600 acres of ancient
pasture land, some of which include the rarest woodland habitats in the Britain.
The wealth of wildlife make parkland estates a great spring
time attraction for nature lovers.
- Why not try deer stalking on a park estate or even
go rock pooling on a coastal estate?
Abbey - Visitor Guide
Abbey, Ticknall, Derby, Derbyshire.
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01332 864813 (Learning)
Bat Group - via firstname.lastname@example.org
Binoculars for bird watching.
Deer watching. Walks.
Bat springtime safari. Country house and museum. Moth watching.
events via Derbyshire Conservation
parking. Braille guide. House - access to part of ground floor. Adapted WC near
car park. The grounds are partly accessible but some areas have slopes and there
are some steps and uneven paths. Map of accessible route on website. |
The country estate of Calke
Abbey is just a few miles south of Derby.
Garden is open daily except
Thursdays and Fridays 11am-5pm between mid March and 1 September. Open daily 11am-5pm
from 29 June-1 September. House is open daily except Thursdays and Fridays between
mid March and late October.
& garden: Adults £6.80; children £3.40.
Adults £4.20; children £2.10. Family tickets available.
closed in winter.
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