The house, garden and farmyard are currently closed and will reopen for the 2022 season on 26 March.
Admire the house
Allow 1-1.5+ hours to explore the house. More about the house
Stories of fascinating lives
Explore this year's exhibition, Life Stories: real people revealed in portraits and objects.
The Devonshire Hunting Tapestry display
Admire these 500 year-old tapestries which have been hung in the Sculpture Gallery in partnership with the V&A.
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.
Augment your visit and hear facts, figures and hidden stories. Our expert Guides are also on hand throughout the house to answer questions and share additional stories.
Explore the garden
Next, head outside. As you leave the house, you step into the vast 105-acre garden.
Allow 2+ hours to explore the garden. More about the garden
Time for refreshment
Refuel with a drink and snack from Flora's Temple tea shop before exploring the garden or take it with you and find a perfect spot to picnic.
Discover the depths
Using the interactive map, explore the depths and uncover hidden views of the garden and larger landscape, including at the Grotto House, Quebec and the Kitchen Garden.
History of the garden
The 105 acre garden is the product of nearly 500 years of careful cultivation.
Indulge in the Stables
Make your visit unforgettable with a luxurious afternoon tea experience in the Flying Childers or a locally-inspired feast in the Cavendish restaurant.
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