Kedleston Hall - National Trust

Kedleston Hall is a breathtaking neo-classical house set in landscaped parkland.  The house was built between 1759 and 1765 for Sir Nathaniel Curzon to house his collection of fine paintings and furniture and has the most complete and unaltered examples of Robert Adam interiors in England.  In the 18th Century, the housekeeper, Mrs Garnett, shows you around and her likeness welcomes you to the property with regular presentations in the huge Marble Hall.  


Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland.  Take a trip back in time to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland.  Designed for lavish entertaining and displaying an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and original furnishings, Kedleston is a stunning example of the work of architect Robert Adam.


The Curzon family have lived here since the 12th-century and continue to live at the Hall. Lord Curzon's Eastern Museum is a treasure trove of fascinating objects acquired on his travels in Asia and while Viceroy of India (1899 to 1905).  The Hall was used as a key location for 'The Duchess', the recent Hollywood blockbuster.

Don't miss;
■ Experience the stunning Adam interiors
■ Discover Britain's colonial connections in the Eastern Museum
■ Follow in the footsteps of The Duchess, using our trail
■ Explore the parkland and see what wildlife you can spot
■ Children's Tracker Packs



Kedleston Hall, Kedleston, Derbyshire. DE22 5JH 

Telephone  Enquiries:

01332 842191



Hall, Park  and Gardens: Adult £14.00, Child £7.00, Family £35.00, 1 Adult, 3 Children £21.00


Park and Grounds only: Adult £9.00, Child £4.50, Family £22.50, 1 Adult, 3 Children £13.50


National Trust Members Free. Gift Aid admission prices available. Group prices available between March and October. Reduced rate when arriving by bicycle, on foot or by public transport.



Hall: Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday only. A limited part of the hall is open, Friday to Monday only with last entry at 3.30pm.  The museum remains closed.


Park & Pleasure Grounds: Park entry gates open at 9.30am and close 4.15pm. Park exit gate closes at 5pm.


Restaurant and Shop: Outdoor kiosk and restaurant sell refreshments daily, 10:00 - 16:00. The shop is open Thursday to Monday only, 10:00 - 16:00.