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The Peak District & Derbyshire

Kedleston Hall

18th-century mansion with Adam interiors, colonial history and vast parkland

Kedleston Road, near Quarndon, Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 5JH

Sycamore tree against the backdrop of Adams Bridge

Important notice

Last admission into the hall is 3.15pm, 45 minutes before it closes. The Parkland is open 9am to 5.30pm.

Planning your visit

View across the pleasure grounds at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

Visiting the Parkland and Pleasure Grounds at Kedleston 

The grounds at Kedleston are home to a landscaped garden and pleasure grounds designed by Robert Adam. Explore the parkland and discover seasonal wildlife and wildflowers.

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Upcoming Events 

Find out about upcoming events at Kedleston Hall

Three visitors walking two dogs on leads along the river at Kedleston, with a view of the bridge and hall in the background on a warm day

Visiting Kedleston with your dog 

Kedleston is a two pawprint rated place. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome throughout the gardens and parkland, with great walks for you both to enjoy.

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Accessibility at Kedleston Hall 

Discover how you can best access Kedleston Hall with full information on accessibility for those with disabilities or additional access needs.


Kedleston Hall map 

Take a look at map of Kedleston Hall walks to help you plan your visit.

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