The National Trust's Kedleston Hall is a spectacular 18th - century show palace designed by renowned architect Robert Adam set in over 800 acres of historic parkland.
The hall was originally designed as a lavish entertaining spaces and a place to display the Curzon family’s extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and fine furniture. The Trust have just completed a 30 year restoration of the Hall’s opulent State Apartment, follow in the footsteps of the family’s esteemed 18th guests and see it in the same way they would have done.
Find a hidden treasure trove in Lord Curzon's Eastern Museum of fascinating objects acquired on his travels in Asia and while Viceroy of India (1899 to 1905). Or if you’d rather be in the great outdoors there’s plenty to explore around the Hall’s grounds. Take a leisurely stroll around the Pleasure Grounds or adventure out into the parkland and meander through the estate’s woodland on one of our mapped walks.