Admire the house
Allow 1-1.5+ hours to explore the house. More about the house
From Old Master drawings to contemporary art and sculpture, spend time in the house perusing some of the art that makes up the Devonshire Collections.
Living With Art We Love
An exhibition sharing some of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire's favourite works of art.
Enjoy a guided tour
Join one of our friendly and knowledgeable guides on a taster tour and learn more about the house, its history and the artwork within.
Where ancient meets modern
Chatsworth is renowned for its blend of antiquities and modern art. On your visit you can see works of art that span 4,000 years.
Discover the visitor route, one room at a time.
Enjoy art outdoors
Allow 2+ hours to explore the garden. More about the garden
A broad range of sculptures can be seen throughout the Chatsworth Garden, including pieces by Antony Gormley, Angela Conner, Elisabeth Frink, Michael Craig-Martin and Barry Flanagan. Learn more about some of our pieces:
A collection of bronze portrait busts by Angela Conner. Busts include public figures as well as members of the 12th Duke's family.
Déjeuner sur l'Herbe
This sculpture by Allen Jones is situated at the south end of Quebec and features three seated figures picnicking and looking out over the Old Park.
This larger than life-sized bronze sculpture by Dame Elisabeth Frink can be found at the entrance to the Stables.
Drummer by Barry Flanagan is situated at north end of the Grotto Pond. It was bought by the 12th Duke to celebrate his and his wife's move when they came to live at Chatsworth.
Forms that Grow in the Night
David Nash carved and charred two fallen oaks to make Forms that Grow in the Night. This site-specific piece sits at the south end of the Pinetum.
Discover art in the park
Allow 2+ hours to explore Radical Horizons: The Art of Burning Man at Chatsworth. More about Radical Horizons
From 9 April to 1 October, the rolling hills and riverbanks of the parkland are home to 12 monumental sculptures.
A collaboration with Burning Man, this playful and visually stunning exhibition brings a distinctive culture of possibility and creativity to the Derbyshire landscape to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
For more information and activities, visit the welcome hub across from the car park, next to the Game Larder.