Chatsworth is one of Britain's best loved historic houses and estates, offering something for everyone to enjoy, from famous works of art and the spectacular fountains in the garden to the finest shopping, food and drink and many miles of free walks. In the house, you can…
Distance: 13.8 miles away

Chatsworth House

Distance: 7.1 miles away

Bramhall Park

Bramall Hall is a superb example of a 'Cheshire Black and White' timber framed manor house, with origins dating back to Medieval England. The property is lovingly cared for and presents the visitor with a marvellous historic record spanning six centures. The house is set in 70…
Distance: 4.7 miles away

Buxton Country Park

Poole's Cavern is a natural limestone cave situated in the beautiful woodland of Buxton Country Park, Derbyshire and has been visited for 5,000 years since Neolithic tribes sheltered here. The gravelled area at the cave mouth was levelled by Poole's Cavern's first custodian, Mr Frank Redfern. Formerly,…
Distance: 13.8 miles away

Capesthorne Hall

Capesthorne has been touched by nearly 1,000 years of English History. Roman Legions passed across it. Titled Norman families hunted on it. In the Civil War the family was Royalist and an ancestress helped Charles II to escape after the Battle of Worcester. The…
Distance: 13.4 miles away

Gawsworth Hall

Today Gawsworth Hall not only makes a delightful day out for all the family,but, between June and August, we proudly present a wide range of open air theatre events in our all seated, covered auditorium. The original Norman house was rebuilt in 1480 and, following extensive remodelling…
Distance: 14.2 miles away

Heaton Hall

Heaton Hall is a magnificent 18th century neo‐classical country house set in 650 acres of rolling parkland. The Hall is Grade 1 listed and its interiors have been beautifully restored to reflect late 18th and early 19th century life at Heaton. The ornate plasterwork was executed…
Distance: 10.4 miles away

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