Wednesday 12 October 2016
10.30am & 1pm
Join a guided walk to learn some interesting facts about the herd of deer in Holkham Park.
Discover how the behaviour of the beautiful fallow and majestic red deer changes with the seasons and how the management of the parkland, both past and present, has made it the wonderful sanctuary for wildlife that it is today.
The walks will be informal and suitable for all ages and there will be plenty of time for you to ask questions. Bring along your binoculars and cameras if you have them. Well-behaved dogs on leads are also welcome. Please wear suitable footwear for walking in parkland and come prepared for all weathers.
With an opportunity of walks in spring, summer and autumn, why not come along on several walks to see how the parkland and its inhabitants change throughout the season.
Walks will last approximately 1.5 hours.
Tickets: Adult £5.00, Child £2.50 and are available from Holkham Ticket Office, telephone 01328 713111. The meeting point is outside the ticket office in the park, 10 minutes before the walks begin.
Price: Adult £5, Child £2.50
Location: Holkham Park
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