Kedleston Hall

To open safely, we’re limiting visitor numbers and you’ll need to book your visit in advance. Sadly, if you don't book, you’ll be turned away, even if you're a member.

Please arrive within your 30-minute timeslot and limit your stay to two hours for the benefit of other visitors.

Open for your visit: all parkland walks, garden, toilets and catering kiosk in car park - a limited range of takeaway drinks and light snacks will be on sale. We'll only be accepting card payment .

Currently closed: shop, bookshop, , stable courtyard, house. Maximum stay 2 hours.

Book your visit at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/kedleston-hall/whats-on

 

Just a few miles out of Derby, take a trip back in time to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland.

Now cared for by the National Trust, Kedleston Hall was designed for lavish entertaining and displaying an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and original furnishings, Kedleston is a stunning example of the work of architect Robert Adam.

The Curzon family have lived here since the 12th-century and continue to live at the Hall. Lord Curzon's Eastern Museum contains fascinating objects acquired on his travels in Asia and while Viceroy of India (1899 to 1905).

The Hall was used as a key location for the film 'The Duchess', starring Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes, and also ‘Tarzan’, starring Alexander Skarsgard and Samuel L Jackson.

Don’t miss the walks in the 800 acres of parkland, where dogs on leads are always welcome.

 

 

 

Enjoy classic Shakespeare outdoors at Kedleston Hall this summer, with The Lord Chamberlain's Men.

Information relating to Coronavirus.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to Derby. VisitDerby team are currently connecting with our industry partners to give you the very latest information on their plans for re-opening to help you plan your visit. Please keep visiting the website for updates #KnowBeforeYouGo.