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Elvaston Castle Country Park

Borrowash Road, Elvaston, Derby, Derbyshire, DE72 3EP
Tel: Call Derbyshire 08 456 058 058
Fax: 01332 758751

Set four miles south-east of the city of Derby is Elvaston Castle Country Park, a picturesque site featuring over 200 acres of woodlands, parkland and formal gardens.

At the heart of the estate lies Elvaston Castle - a Gothic Revival masterpiece designed by James Wyatt in the early 1800s, based on the original house dating back to 1633. Wyatt's design, built for the 3rd Earl of Harrington, became home to the Stanhope family until the estate was sold by the then Earl of Harrington to Derbyshire County Council in 1968. The Council have operated it as Elvaston Castle Country Park since then.

Surrounding the country house are the famous Grade II Listed gardens, pioneered over a 20 year period back in the 1830/40s by William Barron, one of the most influential gardeners of the century.

The estate is located off Borrowash Road (B5010) in Elvaston, 4 miles south-west of Derby. The park is well signposted off both the A6 and A52. From the M1 north bound take the A50 exit followed by the A6 Alvaston turn off, then follow the brown tourist signs.

Location: Off the B5010 Elvaston - Borrowash Rd.
Dates Open: Grounds open all year round. 9am - dusk
Open Times: Park Office 9am-5pm Mon-Sat: Shop 11am-4.30pm Mon-Sun & Bank Hols Easter-Oct. Weekends only Nov-Mar
Entry: Car Parking Charges apply. Open Summer 9am-8pm (except during events) Winter 9am - 5pm
Car Parking Children Welcome Coach Parties Welcome Disabled Facilities Restaurant

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Call Derbyshire 08 456 058 058
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