Discover the house
Lots to explore in every room
01 Daily activities
Add to your Chatsworth experience with a guided tour or a trip up the Belvedere, just some of the activities available daily.
02 House highlights
Discover the visitor route, one room at a time.
03 House room cards
Download our room cards in advance of your visit, and find out more about each historic space and the collection items on display.
04 Multi-media guide
Our easy-to-use tablet-style multi-media guide features exclusive audio and film content designed to deepen your understanding of Chatsworth House, its history, people, art, and historic treasures.
05 Guide book
Our guidebook contains a comprehensive overview of the history of the house, garden, and estate, as well as the Devonshire family. Available to purchase at the house entrance, in our Orangery gift shop, or in our online shop.
06 The Devonshire Collections
Peruse highlights from the art, library and archive that make up the Devonshire Collections.
07 Old Master drawings up close
Explore a selection of Old Master drawings from the Devonshire Collections up close.
The main visitor route through the house is fully accessible for visitors using wheelchairs, via a lift and access arrangements.
09 Friends of Chatsworth
Become a friend and enjoy membership of Chatsworth all year long.
About the house
Chatsworth House is renowned for the quality of its art, landscape and hospitality, and it has evolved through the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions and interests of succeeding generations.
Today, Chatsworth contains works of art that span 4,000 years, from ancient Roman and Egyptian sculpture, and masterpieces by Rembrandt, Reynolds and Veronese, to work by outstanding modern artists, including Lucian Freud, Edmund de Waal and David Nash.
There are over 25 rooms to explore*, from the magnificent Painted Hall, regal State Rooms, restored Sketch Galleries and beautiful Sculpture Gallery.
Find out more about the house and hear stories of Chatsworth's history by renting a multi-media guide during your visit. Available for visits until 29 October.
Please note that we do not allow prams, pushchairs or rucksack style baby carriers in the house; side and front baby carriers are welcome.
Please also note that we only allow small bags in the house. Storage is available in the left luggage room near the house entrance.
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Winter talk: Introducing Picturing Childhood
The themes our forthcoming exhibition, Picturing Childhood, will be revealed in this talk from co-curator and Chatsworth's Head of Learning and Engagement, Gill Hart.Read More
Sketching in the sculpture gallery
Capture the beauty of the Sculpture Gallery in this observational drawing workshop.Read More