Now owned and managed by the National Trust, Clumber Park was the family seat of the Pelham-Clintons, Dukes of Newcastle. The house has long been demolished, but the parkland, heath and woods cover over 3,800 acres and is open to the public. A walled kitchen garden survives as well as 19th century glasshouses featuring exotic plant species. There are plenty of good walks and 32 km (20 mi) of cycle routes to enjoy (cycle hire is available) and a serpentine lake ideal for fishing and bird watching. A series of events throughout the year are both educational and entertaining.