Designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1760’s; Chatsworth Park is a 1000 acre land. It consists of a deer park, the village of Edensor, Stand Wood and a garden centre. Chatsworth Park is home to many wild animals including the Red Deer and Fallow Deer, sheep and cattle. Every part of the land provides you something or other. While the woods provide you with timber, the lake provides you with fish and the grass you will walk on has been grazed by sheep. The river Derwent can easily be seen from Chatsworth house. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth is the home of almost 4000 years worth of art. While the house is open to the public, so is the park. The park is open for picnics and walks whenever you want for free.

Things to do:

Chatsworth House:

Even though the house is occupied, it is still open for public visits to take in the history and stories of the house. The house holds a lot of art from the medieval times. A visit to the Chatsworth house should be on your to-do list.

Deer Park:

The large deer park is open for picnics and walks as long as you abide by the rules. Take a stroll through the lovely park and watch a herd of deer in their element.

Garden Centre:

Visit the Chatsworth Garden Centre at Chatsworth Park to see a variety of flowers and their beauty.

Stand Wood:

The woods have probably been there since the medieval times. There are many old buildings from the 1560’s and 70’s in the woods for you to explore at Chatsworth Park.

Edensor Village:

An old village that anyone would fall in love with. Its beauty reflects its history.

Farmland and Playground:

Bring your children along to watch the live farming and let them play around in the new playground.

Shopping and Eating:

You can shop for anything between books and luxurious tea sets. There are more than one café and restaurant for you to choose to eat from at Chatsworth Park.

How to get there – Address:

Chatsworth Park, Bakewell DE45 1PP, UK

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