Creative art and History Workshops

a mosaic of a horse chestnut leaf

These workshops give more of a history focus to your Kedleston School trip than some of our more outdoor focused sessions. Explore the history of Kedleston from Lord Curzon's time as Viceroy of India to art and sculpture.

Begin your day with a tour around the grand State Floor of Kedleston Hall, we'll delve into the history of the building, why it was built and who lived there. These tours can be slighty altered to suit specific interests of your group depending on your specified focus we will do our best to accomodate individual group needs.

After your tour there are a varitiey of different art or craft workshops to choose from, our learning officer will be able to offer guidance as to which are more suitable for certain age groups.

Some of the options available are:

Greek Pottery, Fleece and Farming, Roman Mosaic, Landscape painting or drawing, Sculpture and India focusing on Kedleston and the Curzon family's history with the country.

All sessions can be tailored to suit individual year groups at KS1 and KS2.

As our workshops are so flexible we advise contacting our learning coordinator Charlotte Repton to discuss the options available.

Charlotte Repton, Learning Co-ordinator, Kedleston Hall



Due to the Great British climate and our lack of indoor space we only offer trips March-October


£6.65 per student without Education Group Membership

£4.00 per student with Education Group Membership