Plan your visit Visit us Facilities General Facilities Tea rooms serving drinks, freshly prepared lunches, cakes baked on site and delicious cream teas Picnic field beautifully situated overlooking our 18th century barn and shaded by oak trees Plant centre selling wide variety of plants and small trees inspired by the Gardens and Arboretum Gift shop with carefully sourced books, gifts and items from local producers Free parking with separate mobility spaces 20 metres from the Visitor Centre Toilet facilities Free wi-fi Group bookings and coaches welcome by prior arrangement - click for details. Assistance dogs only welcome in the Arboretum and Visitor Centre. Dog walking routes on our woodland walks accessible from the car park Family & Children Baby-change facility in an accessible toilet Pushchairs welcome in the Arboretum Children’s play area within Arboretum Animal Trail activity for children Access Mobility parking available within 20 metres of our Visitor Centre Visitor Centre and toilets accessible via level surface through the front entrance or via side door with ramp access Adapted toilet at the Visitor Centre Visitors supported by carers are entitled to a complementary entry per person for their support worker/carer. Attendants cannot be provided by Marks Hall Network of hard surfaced paths provide full wheelchair and pushchair access from the Visitor Centre through the central area of the arboretum up to the walled garden Path network generally level with the exception of the path from the Visitor Centre to the old mansion house site which has reasonably steep incline – alternate level routes are available. Paths in the wider arboretum generally grass rides Woodland walks mostly on surfaced paths 2 manual wheelchairs available for loan subject to availability (booking advised) 1 volunteer-driven golf buggies (1 x 3-seat) available for use by visitors with restricted mobility. Only available in the Spring and Summer Months and booking is essential. Assistance dogs only admitted to the Arboretum and Visitor Centre.