Spread over a massive 500 acres, Wollaton Park is the historic treasure of Nottingham. Located right in the center of the city, the park comprises of a Wollaton Hall, a Garden and a Deer Park among others. The Park has historic relevance and is completely looked after by the City Park Council. It is immensely popular for its varied wild life habitat, the Deer Park being very prominent. The Park undoubtedly has a massive stretch of rare green plantations, an immaculate garden, Europe's biggest glasshouse and a naturally well-structured lake. With a large open play area and a snack corner, this landmark is a very popular tourist attraction. Wollaton Park also hosts live events and music shows along with important festivals.