Hardwick Wintertide

Type:Christmas

Hardwick Hall, Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QJ

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Hardwick Wintertide

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Discover Hardwick Wintertide from 17th November to 7th January as you've never seen it before. Tour by lantern light and tiptoe around the decadent tapestries, friezes and portraits which don the 400-year-old walls and see what stories you'll illuminate.

All is not as it would appear at the 'Lantern House' this winter, what will you reveal as you explore Hardwick in a new light?

Installations and decorations:
Marvel at the contemporary festive displays which highlight the very best of Elizabethan winter celebrations, from lavish banquets to the importance of gift giving. These bespoke displays have been designed by Pedro, a local performance designer and lovingly created with our team of volunteers.

Journey through the gardens and take a peek at the displays in the Cart Shed, South Gazebo and Apple Store as you head to the hall.

Immerse yourself in the festive journey along the main processional route. The exhibition rooms and middle floor will be closed during Hardwick Wintertide.

Food and beverages:
Once you've worked up a treat exploring Hardwick Wintertide, make your way over to our festive drinks kiosk and enjoy a traditional winter warmer in the Gardens.

Relax at the Great Barn Restaurant with a cosy bowl of soup or some delicious light bites. Don't forget to try our scone of the month!

At the bottom of the Parkland there is also the Hardwick Inn, to enjoy a hearty meal by the welcoming open fire.

Please note last entry to the hall is at 2.15pm.

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