CHATSWORTH SPRINKLES SOME FESTIVE MAGIC ON TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Chatsworth’s wide-open spaces, world-famous garden and parkland will remain open to visitors with a magical festive light installation, for the first time, as part of a new Christmas trail through the 105-acre garden.
Sally Ambrose, Head of Visitor Experience: “It’s such a difficult time for everybody right now so we wanted to keep the garden and parkland open to visitors because they are big spaces and can still be enjoyed safely. Everybody is still welcome to come and enjoy Chatsworth and we will open in full again from 3 December for the Christmas displays in the house, which so many people look forward to.”
Chatsworth’s 105-acre garden is famous for its rich history, historic and modern waterworks and sculptures, its Victorian rock garden and maze while the spectacular 1,000-acre park on the banks of the River Derwent was chiefly designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1760s.