Hardwick Hall

Historic Site and Garden
Derbyshire
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  • Amanda H.
    "magnificent tapestries and paintings Beth"(3 Tips)
    Emma H.
    "The best national trust cream tea."(2 Tips)
    Lisa B.
    "Visit the Cafe, fab cream cakes!"(2 Tips)
    Paul W.
    "Try the Chocolate and Ale cake!"(2 Tips)
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  • Keith Lenthall W.
    The stewards are always helpful and well informed when additional information is required. The introductory talks set this up and the house id magnificent!
  • Jolyon F.
    Jolyon FavreauFebruary 17
    Usually child activities in the kitchen (end of route) if they are rushing you through.
  • Carl G.
    Carl GriffinDecember 23, 2015
    Built by Bess of Hardwick. Contains rich tapestries and is fully furnished. Run by the National Trust.
  • Camilla E.
    Camilla EngelbyOctober 17, 2015
    Simply beautiful, went there for Halloween and our entire group had a blast!
  • Amanda H.
    Amanda HillJune 28, 2014
    Well worth a visit to the hall magnificent tapestries and paintings Beth was a fascinating and formidable lady. don't forget to drop into the stables tea rooms excellent food.
  • Jonathan W.
    Jonathan Warriss-SimmonsFebruary 10, 2014
    The cafe and restaurant has a fantastic selection of home-grown dishes - including soups and free-range sandwiches. Plus, the desserts are something special as well!
  • Paul W.
    Paul WebsterNovember 24, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the Chocolate and Ale cake!
  • Richard T.
    Richard TylerNovember 21, 2013
    Impressive
  • Filmsquare
    FilmsquareAugust 25, 2013
    With spires digitally added, Hardwick Hall was used as the Malfoy residence in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (2010), where Snape arrives late to Voldemort's meeting.
  • Chris L.
    Chris LoneraganMay 31, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    The Huntsman's pie is a must have.
  • Tony M.
    Don't skip the intro talk from enthusiastic NT volunteer
  • Lisa B.
    Lisa BMay 20, 2012
    Visit the Cafe, fab cream cakes! :)
  • Emma H.
    Emma HalfordOctober 1, 2011
    The best national trust cream tea. Be sure to check out the old ruins too - beautiful views.
  • Glenn H.
    Glenn HallJuly 25, 2011
    the ES on the crenellation stands for Elizabeth of Shrewsbury, she was richer by far than Queen Elizabeth I Read more
  • Simon L.
    Simon LeeSeptember 11, 2010
    An interesting selection of tapestries on display.
  • David S.
    David SissonMay 3, 2010
    The 'Farm Shop' is a little underwhelming being one little counter selling a few bits and pieces. Might not be worth the trip. Your choice.(As of May 2010 that is) Read more
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