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The Peak District & Derbyshire


An Elizabethan masterpiece

Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QJ

The south elevation of Hardwick Hall in winter light with the formal gardens in front. The sun highlights all the details of the hall.

Important notice

Due to heavy rainfall, a section of the Oak Walk is currently inaccessible, if you're visiting for this walk, please follow the diversion along the road.

Planning your visit

Visitors enjoying a winter countryside walk

Walk with us 

Whether you’re looking to get active in nature, explore your local area or meet new friends, our free guided trails are for you!

Two volunteers in red ranger fleeces are planting trees in the Hardwick Parkland.

Volunteer opportunities at Hardwick 

Join the great team of volunteers working to maintain and run Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire for visitors.

A small white dog sat at a café table

Visiting Hardwick with your dog 

Hardwick is a two pawprint rated place, and offers plenty of opportunities for bounding, jumping and sniffing for dogs. With acres to explore, come and join us for a wander.

Visitors enjoying a group tour of Hardwick Hall in the Long Gallery.

Group visits at Hardwick 

As one of the finest Elizabethan buildings in the country, Hardwick Hall is a perfect place for group visits.


Hardwick map 

Take a look at the map of Hardwick to help plan your visit

Visitors descending a path through the Rock Garden at Cragside, Northumberland


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