The Hall at Kedleston

one of kedleston's restored mermaid sofas

The Hall at Kedleston is now closed for winter conservation with plans to re-open in February 2022.

Whilst the Hall is now closed for winter conservation, when we re-open in February 2022, visitors will be able to access the State floor (first floor) of Kedleston Hall.

The safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff remains our top priority. We'll continue to provide hand sanitiser and stick to our high standards of cleanliness. Face coverings are required in enclosed, crowded areas unless exempt.

  • To keep you safe there is a one-way route through the hall and hand sanitising gel is available on entry and exit. Please make use of the handrails on the staircases.
  • We expect weekends to be busier than weekdays.

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

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

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