Chatsworth garden reopens to visitors as stay at home rule lifts

Visitors are welcome back in the garden of Chatsworth as part of a phased reopening.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 2:21 pm
Updated Monday, 29th March 2021, 3:51 pm
Chatsworth garden has reopened to the public

The end of the stay at home rule today (Monday, March 29) means that the public can enjoy the 105-acre grounds once more.

April 13 will see the farmyard and adventure playground open again while the gilded doors of the house will reopen on May 18.

The Duke of Devonshire: “After many months with the house closed and largely empty, the Duchess and I are absolutely thrilled at the prospect of being able to reopen Chatsworth and welcome back all our visitors.

“I’m particularly excited that we have a pair of medieval masterpieces to reveal to our visitors when the house reopens in May.

"We have added many thousands of new plants and lots of trees in the garden during the past twelve months, and it now looks as good as I can ever remember.”

Tickets are now on sale and must be booked in advance at