Chatsworth House and Gardens, National Park and Bakewell Pudding Day Trip from Manchester

Manchester Piccadilly Station, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M60 7RA
Chatsworth House and Gardens, National Park and Bakewell Pudding Day Trip from Manchester

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Chatsworth, the magnificent home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park. There are 30 spectacular rooms to explore in the main house, and a 105-acre garden famous for its water features, sculptures and maze.

What’s included in your day trip to Chatsworth from Manchester:

Meet and Greet at Manchester Piccadilly Station
Meet our representative at Manchester Piccadilly and receive your tickets and travel pack.

Return train travel from Manchester to Sheffield
Enjoy a relaxing train ride to Sheffield, journey time approximately 50 minutes.

Bus Transfers to Chatsworth House
Your local bus will take you on a scenic drive into the National Park and Chatsworth Estate.

Chatsworth House and Gardens
Enjoy a full day at Chatsworth or after your visit, take the bus back to the pretty town of Bakewell.

Famous worldwide for it’s pudding and tart, this Derbyshire market town is well worth a visit. You can then return to Sheffield on the same bus for your train back to Manchester.



Monday to Saturday: Meet and Greet at 8.15am / Train Departs at 8.43am

Sunday: Meet and Greet at 08:40 / Train Departs at 09:10

The journey time by train to Sheffield is 50 minutes. The connecting bus from Sheffield Interchange to Chatsworth takes 45 minutes.

Please note that all day trips by train are self-guided/ unescorted.


ADULT 64.00

CHILD £49.00




Opening Times

Season (1 Apr 2021 - 31 Oct 2021)

* Monday to Saturday
Meet and Greet at 8.15am / Train Departs at 8.43am

Please check Chatsworth House's website for full opening details.

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