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Visit Chatsworth car-free

Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

Buses run direct to Chatsworth from Sheffield. Connecting trains run to Sheffield from around the country. There are also local buses to Chatsworth from Matlock and other towns. Use our journey planner above to get bus and train times.

Visitors arriving at Chatsworth by bus, train or bicycle receive a complimentary Chatsworth Guidebook for each adult ticket booked.

If booking in advance, select ‘No’ in the booking process when asked if you will be coming by car. You will then need to show your bus/train ticket for that day, on arrival at Chatsworth, or demonstrate that you arrived by bicycle. You’ll be able to claim your guidebook at any of the entry points to the house, garden or farmyard.

If you wish to buy a ticket when you arrive, simply show your bus/train ticket, or demonstrate that you arrived by bicycle for that day’s journey at one of the till points at the house, garden or farmyard.

Terms and conditions: Guidebooks are subject to availability and limited to one per adult. Chatsworth reserves the right to change the incentive without notice, check the website for the most up to date information.

Cyclists welcome. National Route 680 runs to Bakewell, from where it’s a 4-mile cycle along lanes to Chatsworth. There is cycle and luggage storage at the front of the house. Plan your cycle route here.

The Derwent Valley Heritage Way and the White Peak Way both run through the Chatsworth Estate.

There is a taxi rank at Chesterfield Station. To book a taxi to meet you at Matlock Station call Cross Dales on 01629 650025.

There are two rover tickets which offer unlimited travel by train and bus in the Peak District, including travel to Chatsworth: The Wayfarer and The Derbyshire Wayfarer.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains. And here’s information on accessibility at Chatsworth House.

About Chatsworth

Chatsworth is a place to learn, explore and create in the heart of the Peak District National Park. It comprises a Grade I listed house and stables, a 105-acre garden, a farmyard and adventure playground, and more than 1800 acres of parkland and historic woodland that is free to access and enjoy all year round.

Chatsworth is cared for by Chatsworth House Trust, a registered charity established in 1981. All income from admissions, Gift Aid, membership, sponsorship and donations goes directly to the charity to be reinvested in the conservation and improvement of Chatsworth for everyone, and in a full programme of events, exhibitions, learning and community outreach.

Chatsworth hosts a year-round programme of events, including talks, tours and workshops for adults and children focusing on art and creativity, heritage, horticulture and the landscape, agriculture, and rural crafts. There is also an annual country fair, family festival, and garden and plant fair, and from November to January the house and garden are decorated for Christmas.

For any queries about visiting contact Chatsworth on 01246 565300 or info@chatsworth.org

Address: Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1PP. Visit Website