About Chatsworth

Located within the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth is home to the Devonshire family.  It comprises a Grade I listed house and stables, a 105-acre garden, a 1,822-acre park, a farmyard and adventure playground, and one of Europe’s most significant private art collections.

Chatsworth is also a registered charity.  The Chatsworth House Trust was established in 1981 to look after the house, collections, garden, woodlands and park for benefit of everyone.  Every penny of visitor admission income goes directly to the Trust.

Chatsworth plays an important role in the local community as a thriving cultural and educational destination, a nationally important historic landscape, and a working estate that operates with a mindful approach to the environment and sustainability.

Ways you can support Chatsworth

There are many ways you can support us – as an individual or an organisation – and you can explore these below.

Make a donation

We rely on income from visitors and supporters to undertake an ever expanding programme of essential conservation and maintenance at Chatsworth. Each year, the work required is always far in excess of what the charity can support. 

If you are able to, please donate today and help us to protect Chatsworth for future generations.

Thank you.

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