Make memories at Chatsworth
So many things to see and do
Explore over 25 rooms complete with elegant interiors, one of Europe’s most significant art collections, and captivating stories of 16 generations of the Devonshire family.
Famous for its rich history, historic and modern waterworks and sculptures, its Victorian rock garden and maze, there is something for everyone in the 105-acre garden.
03 Farmyard & playground
We’ve got lots of friendly farm animals for you to meet and learn about, as well as an adventure playground for children of all ages.
04 Park & estate
From seasonal walks that blow out the cobwebs to mesmerising displays of monumental sculpture, our free-to-access parkland is open for everyone to enjoy, all year round.
05 Estate farm shop & café
Our award-winning estate farm shop in Pilsley offers a huge selection of exciting and quality local produce and seasonal dishes to tantalise your taste buds.
06 Chatsworth Kitchen
Chatsworth Kitchen, at Peak Village in Rowsley, offers delicious fresh food from the farms and gardens at Chatsworth alongside a curated collection of homewares and gifts from local makers.
07 Add Gift Aid
Donating 10% on top of your ticket price turns your admission into a gift and allows the Chatsworth House Trust charity to claim an extra 25% from the Government. In return, we'll give you a voucher work 15% of your ticket price to spend in our shops and restaurants.
08 Multi-media guide
Our multi-media guide can be hired in the house for a small charge offering additional information to enhance your visit. Available from the welcome team at the north entrance.
09 Digital guide
Our digital guide offers useful information about the house, garden, farmyard, and parkland including interactive maps.
10 Across the estate
From 3 AA Rosette restaurants to cosy country inns serving home cooked favourites; explore the wider dining experiences available across the estate.
11 Extend your visit
Idyllic boltholes, charming country pubs, a shopping village and award winning farm shop; there are plenty of reasons to extend your visit to Chatsworth.
So much to see and do
There’s a lot to inspire and delight at Chatsworth. Whether you are interested in discovering the rich art and history of the house, exploring the garden, meeting the animals in the farmyard, roaming the park and woodland, or enjoying a meal made with locally sourced seasonal produce in one of our restaurants, we always look forward to welcoming you.
We also offer a wide range of talks, tours, and workshops themed around gardening, history, textiles, conservation, rural skills, and creative pastimes, allowing you to learn something new during your time with us.