Chatsworth contains works of art that span 4000 years, including ancient Roman and Egyptian sculpture, masterpieces by Rembrandt, Reynolds and Veronese, and by outstanding modern artists, such as Lucian Freud, Edmund de Waal, and David Nash. The house has over 30 rooms to explore and is a hub of a 35,000-acre agricultural estate. Chatsworth’s gardens span 105 acres and is famous for its rich history, historic and modern waterworks and sculptures, Victorian rock garden, maze, farmyard, and adventure playground. Visitors can also stay on the grounds of the Chatsworth Estate. One of the most notable visitors to the Chatsworth House was exiled Mary Queen of Scots during the 16th century.
Chatsworth House is a historic home belonging to the Cavendish family since 1549. The house is renowned for the quality of its art, landscape, and hospitality, and it has evolved through the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions, and interests of its 16 generations.