Inspire your students with an unforgettable learning session delivered by Chatsworth, whether you'd like to experience a hands-on workshop onsite or be joined in your classroom by our team.

Visit Chatsworth

We'd love to welcome you and your students to Chatsworth to support your classroom learning. 

Explore the house, garden and/or farmyard, or enhance your visit with our guided learning sessions. These sessions are curriculum linked, hands-on and meet a broad range of needs and learning styles. We also provide support in the delivery of GCSE, AS/A Level and BTEC art and design coursework.

View our current guided learning sessions for Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils using the links below. Our team are also happy to develop bespoke sessions tailored to individual requirements.

Self-guided visits

For entry prices and more information about visiting the house, garden and/or farmyard only, please visit the link below.


Chatsworth in the classroom

We're pleased to offer exclusive content to schools to support the delivery of your curriculum. This can be pre-recorded or live-streamed directly to your school, or we'd love to join you for in-person outreach sessions.

We can create content for pupils or CPD for teachers. All our content links directly to the art, heritage and environment at Chatsworth. We specialise in object-based learning using the collections and in linking our heritage or environment programmes to projects in our garden and the wider landscape around Chatsworth.

Email us with your enquiry and we will be happy to discuss how we can bring Chatsworth to your classroom, or learn more about our virtual learning experience below. 

Keep in touch

For more information about our learning sessions and to discuss curriculum links, email us at or call us on 01246 565430 between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.

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Banner image: Portrait of the Countess of Burlington, Michael Craig-Martin, Digital portrait, 2010. © The Devonshire Collections, Chatsworth. Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees.

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