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Kedleston Hall

Kedleston Hall has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years. Visitors continue to be inspired by Robert Adam and his vision for this private palace, which is now open to all. From the curiosities of George Nathaniel Curzon's Eastern Museum to the more recently restored State Floor, there is plenty to enjoy both inside the Hall and within the grounds.

Where is Kedleston Hall located?

Kedleston Hall is situated five miles to the west of Derby city centre, close to the historic villages of Quarndon, Duffield and Mercaston.

What style of garden is Kedleston Hall?

Kedleston has an open pleasure garden, complete with historic outbuildings nestled amongst a range of native and non-native tree specimens.

What can guests enjoy at Kedleston Hall?

Kedleston's pleasure gardens are a tranquil and relaxing space where visitors can sit and take in their surroundings, or enjoy picnics, playing, reading and watching the wildlife.

Top facilities

Dog/Pet friendly

Parking Available

Disabled Access

Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly




Disabled Access

Parking Available


Extra info

Garden Acreage: 17.5

Parkland Acreage: 820

Open Times: Pleasure Grounds: 15 Feb to 2 Nov, Daily 10:00-18:00. Please see NT website for House & Park opening times.

Price Details: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Nr Quarndon, Derby, Derbyshire, DerbyDE22 5JH, United Kingdom

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.

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