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The pleasure ground
Visitors to Kedleston Hall will not find a garden in the true sense, but a naturalistic pleasure ground which blended seamlessly with the landscape and parkland beyond.
Following an outbreak of the plant disease Phytophthora ramorum, work started in spring 2013 to begin to restore and recreate the original pleasure ground at Kedleston.
A history of the park
The parkland at Kedleston was designed by Robert Adam around the same time that the hall was being built, following Sir Nathaniel Curzon’s inheritance from his father in 1758.