Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire - built by Robert Adam. Home of the Curzon family
The Peak District covers much of Derbyshire and parts of Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire. There are numerous interesting towns such as Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton, Leek, Matlock and Wirksworth, plus many enchanting villages
Kedleston Hall and Park
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How to get there
Kedleston Hall lies just near to the village of Kedleston, off the minor road which links Derby with Weston Underwood. Take the road north out of Derby (Kedleston Road) past Derby University and then fork left.
By Bus: The 109 service between Derby and Ashbourne goes past the gate. It is a walk of about 2km from there through the park to the house
By Train: Derby is the nearest railway station.
When is it open?
The House and church are open from 12.00 pm to 5.00 pm (last entry 4.15pm) from Feb 25th to 30th October - Saturday-Thursday. Gardens are open between the same dates 10.00am to 6.00pm every day.
The Park is open 10.00 am - 4.00 pm every day from January 1st to Feb 12th and 31st October to 31st December, and 10.00am to 6.00pm the rest of the year.
What does it cost?
Gift Aid Admission (Standard prices in brackets)
House and Grounds: Adult: £14.30 (£13.00)/ Child £7.15(£6.50)/ Family £35.75(£32.50)
Park & Garden only: Adult £6.50(£5.90)/ Child £3.25(£2.95)/ Family £16.25(£14.75).
Reduced rate when arriving by public transport, cycle or on foot. (park & garden ticket refundable against tickets for house).
National Trust Members free - with valid membership card.
Check for current times and prices on 01332 842191.
Prices and opening times are shown as a guideline only and may vary. See this link for more information on prices and opening
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