Kedleston Hall

Since 2019, the National Trust has begun a restoration project using old plans and plant lists. The new beds have been sown with a mix of wildflower seeds including larkspur, delphinium ajacis and black-eyed Susan. The last bed to be planted is part of a longer-term project. With shrubs and other plants that would have been used in 18th century, it will take time to mature.

Beautiful bluebells in the woodland in Spring.

There are several 18th century garden buildings including the Orangery and a monument to the poet, Michael Drayton.

Kedleston is managed by the National Trust.

National Trust members visit for free.

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Address: Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 5JH View map Phone: 01332 842191
Dog friendly: Yes
Cafe: Yes
Car park: Yes
House open: Yes
House open - occasionally: No
Family friendly: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Wheelchair - partly: Yes

For information on opening times and to buy tickets: Click here

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