The Hall at Kedleston

one of kedleston's restored mermaid sofas

Explore Kedleston Hall - a house designed for entertaining

The Hall is open every day - excluding Wednesday from 11am - 4pm (last entry 3.30pm.) Visitors can now access the State floor (first floor) of Kedleston Hall. 

What rooms are open?

The first floor is accessible by stairs only. The rooms open include the Marble Hall, Saloon, Library, Drawing Room, Music Room, Family Corridor, Dining Room, Wardrobe, State Bedroom, Dressing Room & Ante Room.

What is new this season?

We now have an exhibition in Caesars' Hall, displaying a selection of objects from the museum (chosen and researched by a group of Kedleston volunteers.) These “Conversation Pieces” each have a story to tell and are displayed in the case that previously held the Peacock Dress (now undergoing conservation.)  

Please be aware The Museum remains closed. The exquisitely handcrafted Peacock Dress is now 'resting' and undergoing essential conservation to ensure it will be around for future generations to see. 

A view of the river and bridge and hall at Kedleston, Derbyshire

Explore Kedleston Hall - from Rome to India

Learn about how Kedleston’s vibrant story and how it is entangled with global histories, from Rome to India.