Chatsworth House, Chatsworth, Bakewell, United Kingdom
About Chatsworth House.
Large stately home situated in North Derbyshire. Visit the house, garden or adventure park.
Chatsworth House with its 105-acre garden, playground, farmyard and incredible parkland to explore, is the perfect place for families, couples and anyone who is looking to spend a fun day out.
There are 25 rooms to explore such as the Painted Hall, regal State Rooms, restored Sketch Galleries and the stunning Sculpture Gallery, containing artwork that spans over 4,000 years from talented artists such as:
- Reynolds and Veronese
- Lucian Freud
- Edmund de Waal
- David Nash
Chatworth's House garden has been cultivated for 500 years and still retains many early features, including the Canal Pond, Cascade and 1st Duke's Greenhouse.
The Arcadia project has been tranforming the garden and includes a remodelled Rock Garden, the Maze borders, the Ravine, and Dan Pearson’s redevelopment of the Trout Stream and the Jack Pond, this has been the biggest transformation for over 200 years.
Farmyard & playground
At the farmyard there are plenty of friendly animals, from pigs and horses to our goats and guinea pigs.
There are also a number or rare breeds including:
- Suffolk Punch horses
- Shire horses
- Albion cattle
- Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs
- Bagot goats
- Cream Legbar chickens
Chatsworth House was started in 1553 and finished in 1560. It is situated in the picturesque Derbyshire Dales.
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