Can you walk around Chatsworth for free?

Can you walk around Chatsworth for free?

Can you walk around Chatsworth for free?

You are welcome to walk, picnic and play in the park and Stand Wood for free. Please follow the guidelines below and be aware that access may sometimes be limited.

Do you have to pay to get into Chatsworth House?

Core house and garden opening times are: House & garden open at 11am. Last entry to the house is at 3pm. Last entry to the garden is 4.30pm....2021 Chatsworth group pricing.
AdultChild
House & garden before 12pm£23£12.50
Garden only (exc. bank holiday weekends)£12£6

Can you walk through Chatsworth estate?

The trails in the park and Stand Wood are open to walkers throughout the year; there are many paths for you to discover and explore. To enable social distancing and help protect our visitors and colleagues, we've implemented new safety measures across the estate.

How much is it to park at Chatsworth?

The house car park is conveniently located next to the house, garden, stables and farmyard, postcode DE45 1PP, and the Calton Lees car park is located at the southern end of the park, postcode DE4 2NX. Both car parks are open from 9am to 6pm and tickets are £5 per vehicle.

Is parking free at Chatsworth House?

All advance tickets include free parking. Pre-booking for Friends of Chatsworth and estate pass holders is also essential During Christmas, 6 November to 9 January.

Can you have a picnic in Chatsworth Gardens?

Chatsworth; Picnics Picnics are welcome at Chatsworth & plenty of places to enjoy a spot of lunch around the estate. Whilst you cannot take picnic hampers around the house, previously you have been able to leave them for free in the storage area close to the house entrance, (please check if this is still available).

Is Chatsworth House open for visitors?

Chatsworth House and Farmyard are closed 24 to 26 December and 1 January. Chatsworth Garden is closed 24 to 26 December....Christmas season.
WeekdaysWeekends
Opening timesOpening times
House10am – 5.30pm10am – 5.30pm

Can we visit Chatsworth House?

Chatsworth has always prided itself on the welcome they offer to all visitors. ... The Chatsworth team are always ready to help you plan your visit; call 01246 565300 to ensure you have the access support you need.

Is Chatsworth house open for visitors?

Chatsworth House and Farmyard are closed 24 to 26 December and 1 January. Chatsworth Garden is closed 24 to 26 December....Christmas season.
WeekdaysWeekends
Opening timesOpening times
House10am – 5.30pm10am – 5.30pm

How much does it cost to visit Chatsworth house at Christmas?

Chatsworth House, Garden & Farmyard are closed on 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January....Ticket information.
Adult£26
Child£15
Family (2 adults, up to 3 children)£70

How much does it cost to go to Chatsworth House?

  • Friends of Chatsworth and estate pass holders who wish to visit the house and garden or park at the house car park must book timed tickets until further notice. Explore 105 acres with miles of footpaths, giant water features and sculptures. The time slot selected is your garden entry time. Adult £14 Child £7.50 Family £36 (2 adults, 3 children)

How old do you have to be to enter Chatsworth House?

  • Child entry for the House & garden ticket, Christmas ticket and Garden ticket is age 4–16 inclusive, and children aged 3 and under are free of charge.

Can You Gift Aid admission to Chatsworth House?

  • Yes, you can Gift Aid your admission to Chatsworth. Chatsworth is run by a charity*, the Chatsworth House Trust, and all ticket income goes directly towards the upkeep, preservation and improvement of the house, collection and landscape for the long-term benefit of visitors.

Why does Chatsworth House close the footpaths?

  • The Chatsworth House Trust reserves the right to close the footpaths occasionally. In the interest of public safety, the Trustees of the Chatsworth Settlement and Chatsworth House Trust will close the concessionary footpaths in Chatsworth Park and the surrounding woodland during the period of the Chatsworth Country Fair.

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