Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House

Overview

The stately home and 1000 acre park of the Duke of Devonshire. As well as the beautiful house there is the spectacular gardens, farmyard, shops, art spaces, and adventure playground to explore.

Visit the Chatsworth House website

What makes it special

  • Stunning stately home
  • Spectacular gardens

Opening Times

Main season

(23 March 2019–24 May 2019 and 2 September 2019–9 November 2019)

Weekdays (House)    11am–5pm  (Garden to 5:30pm)
Weekends (House)    11am–5pm  (Garden to 5:30pm)

Peak season

(25 May 2019–1 September 2019)

Weekdays (House)    10.30am–5pm  (Garden to 6pm)
Weekends (House)    10.30am–5pm  (Garden to 6pm)

Price

House - from £12.50

Garden - from £7.00

See full price list here

Hostels nearby

YHA Eyam External

YHA Eyam

Free wi-fi
Meeting Rooms & Corporate Hire
Private rooms available

Chatsworth House

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Map references

OS Map: 119, Explorer OL24

OS Grid Ref: SK260701

Lat/Lng: 53.227543, -1.6114274

Contact information

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