Haddon Hall - home of the Manners family, Dukes of Rutland. Bakewell, Derbyshire Peak District
The Peak District covers much of Derbyshire and parts of Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire. There are numerous interesting towns such as Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton, Leek, Matlock and Wirksworth, plus many enchanting villages
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How to get there
The Hall lies just off the A6 and a car park is provided opposite the entrance to the Hall - price £2.50 per car. The A6 is a very busy road and crossing this can be a little difficult.
By Bus: The Trans-Peak bus between Derby->Matlock->Bakewell->Buxton->Manchester goes right past the door, as does the R61 Derby-Bakewell bus. From Sheffield take the 240 bus to Bakewell and then pick up the Trans-Peak or R61 to get to the Hall. From Chesterfield take the 170 bus to Bakewell and then as for Sheffield.
By Train: The nearest railway stations are Chesterfield (trains from Sheffield and London) or Matlock (trains from Derby).
When is it open?
Haddon Hall is open from 8th April to the end of September, Saturday-Monday in October. Closed after 1st November except 1st - 18th December.
Opening hours are from 10.30 am to 5.00 pm (last entrance at 4pm).
What does it cost?
Adult £13.50/ Concessions £13.00/ Children 5-16 £7.00 (Under 5 free) / Family (2 Adults 2 Children) £35.00/ Student £13.00 / Car Parking £2.50 per car. Regular Visitor passes are available at a discount.
Prices and opening times are shown as a guideline only and may vary. See this link for more information on prices and opening
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