The National Trust welcomes visitors to its special places in Derbyshire for free.
This spring the National Trust is opening the doors to more than 200 of its houses and gardens for free for an entire weekend!
On the 20th and 21st April families across the UK will have the opportunity to explore some of Britain’s best landscapes together, without stretching the purse strings. With winter behind us, the Free Weekend provides an opportunity to reconnect with the great outdoors and enjoy the charity’s picturesque gardens and houses across the UK.
Our places in Derbyshire have lots to offer all the family. Choose from Calke Abbey near Ticknall, Eyam Hall and Centre in Eyam, Hardwick Hall and Stainsby Mill near Chesterfield, Kedleston Hall near Derby, and Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood near Ashbourne.
As well as giving families the opportunity to spend quality time together in fun spaces, the Free Weekend also removes financial concerns usually associated with great days out, providing a family saving of around £30.
To plan your free weekend visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/freeweekend and download a free voucher today for the location of your choice.