Clumber was an 18th-century country house, the home of the Dukes of Newcastle. The park around the house was originally landscaped by Henry Fiennes-Clinton Pelham-Clinton from 1768-1788, with the possible assistance of Capability Brown. Pleasure grounds were added by 1860.
The Estate Office, Clumber Park Worksop,
England, S80 3AZ
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