Kedleston Hall´s pleasure grounds and landscaped park were laid out by the 1st Lord Scarsdale, with designs and buildings by Robert Adam. A feature is the Long Walk, which swings round to the south of the house, giving extensive views. The pleasure grounds underwent some formalisation at the end of the 19th century between 1922-4 when Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll advised. Present planting includes azaleas, rhododendrons, shrubs and species trees. There are 18th century garden buildings and monuments, including an orangery and hexagonal summerhouse. In the park there are further garden buildings, bridge and cascade, fishing room and boathouse.
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Information on Kedleston Hall garden , Derby
|Opening Times:||Park & Pleasure Grounds: 9 Mar to 31 Oct, Daily, 10:00-18:00. Park: Daily, All year 10:00-16:00. Open Good Friday. Closed 25 Dec.|
|Admission:||NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Dogs on leads in park and pleasure grounds.)|
|Location:||From the Markeaton roundabout where the A52 intersects with the A38, follow brown tourist signs to first exit from the A38(N) then along Kedleston road.|
Coaches Welcome, Gift Shop, Plant sales, Limited Disabled Access, Parking Availability, Restaurant
|Parkland / Woodland Acreage:||820|
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