General Visitors

All the information you need to visit Haddon Hall.
We look forward to welcoming you.

2024 Opening Times & Admission Prices

We are open daily for our main 2024 season which this year runs on the following dates:

20th March – 30th September and 5th – 31st October

We then open on selected dates during November and December for our Mercatum Christmas Artisan Markets, and on selected dates in December for Candlelight Tours.

Opening Times:

Car Park: 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Ticket Office:  10:00 am-3:00 pm during March/April/May/September/October
10:00 am-3:30 pm during June/July/August

Hall & Gardens: 10:30 am-4:00 pm (last entry at 3:00 pm) during March/April/May/September/October
10:30 am-4:30 pm – last entry at 3.30 pm) during June/July/August

Restaurant: Serving from 10:00 am-4:30 pm

Adult (16 and above) £26.00
Concession       (Over 60) £24.00
Student (With a valid ID) £22.00
Child (Age 0-15) FREE

Please note:  payment either by card or contactless preferred

During 2024 we are delighted once again to offer discounted admission for Derbyshire residents.  Select from either 30%  off standard adult entry for a single visit, or alternatively you may wish to purchase our Derbyshire resident Summer Visitor Pass permitting return visits for local residents from March to the end of September.  Please enquire about these offers at the Ticket Office.

Historic Houses (HH) Members
Free admission with valid card (excluding special events)

Gardeners World
Free admission for one full paying adult with a valid 2-for-1 entry card (excluding special events and Christmas season)

Due to the age and nature of Haddon Hall access for visitors with restricted mobility, including wheel chair users, is very challenging with many uneven floors and steps without handrails.  We wish to avoid visitors being disappointed to find that they cannot access the Hall, so if you are in any doubt please do read our more detailed Accessibility Statement or ring the Estate Office on 01629 812855 before you visit.


We adore dogs at Haddon Hall, but unfortunately cannot allow them into the Hall, gardens or grounds, apart from guide and support dogs.  You are welcome to take a stroll with your dog on the footpath opposite the Hall.  We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.


Food & Drink

Our recently renovated restaurant is open to both ticket holders and members of the general public.

Situated in the 17th Century stable block adjacent to the Duke’s Tower entrance, the restaurant provides a wide array of dishes to suit all tastes; from fine dining to traditional afternoon tea and light lunches to coffee-time treats.

Find more information, including menus and opening times, on our Restaurant page.

Alternatively, why not visit our Estate hotel, The Peacock at Rowsley for a delicious lunch in its atmospheric bar or treat yourself to a superb meal in the award winning, three AA star fine dining restaurant.


Car Parking (per car) – £3.80 (contactless payment at the exit barrier of our car park)

For further information on how to get here, see the directions section below.

Our car park is situated across the road from the hall and grounds, on the opposite side of the A6.

The distance from the car park to the Hall is approximately 366 metres and includes some gravel surface and 30 steps. We ask that visitors take special care when crossing the busy A6 and note that the car park can become extremely crowded during special events, in which case, overflow parking is provided in the field beyond.


By Road – Haddon Hall is situated on the A6 between Bakewell and Rowsley, 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Bakewell. The Hall has a dedicated car park on the A6.

If using Sat Nav or other navigation software, we recommend that you input directions specifically to our car park (A6, Bakewell, DE45 1LA) to avoid you being incorrectly directed to an off-road site. Alternatively, use directions for Bakewell or Rowsley, then follow the brown tourist signs for Haddon Hall. The car park is clearly signposted from both directions.

By Train – We have excellent train links with many major UK stations via Matlock, Sheffield, Derby or Chesterfield. Bus services (see ‘Bus’ tab) from each station run directly to our driveway, or taxis to the Hall take between 30 minutes – 1 hour and cost between £30 – £50.

By Bus – Bus from Matlock Train Station
Take either the TransPeak (TP) or the 6.1 bus route from Platform 1 of the Matlock bus station, towards Buxton or Bakewell respectively. This is an hourly service during the day, with journey times between 25 – 30 minutes.

Bus from Derby Bus Station
Take the TransPeak (TP) bus route from Platform 21 of the Derby bus station towards Buxton. This is, again, an hourly service, with a journey time of just over 1 hour. Alternatively, travel by train to Matlock and follow the route above.

Bus from Bakewell Bus Station
Take either the TransPeak (TP), 6.1 or 172 services from Stand E of Bakewell bus station. Buses are regular, with a journey time of around 5 minutes or less.

Bus from Sheffield Interchange
Take the 218 Peak Line service to Bakewell from Bay D3 of Sheffield Bus Interchange, leaving every half an hour with a journey time of around an hour, then follow instructions above from Bakewell.

Bus From Chesterfield
Take the 170 bus route from Stop B12 on New Beetwell Street to Bakewell, leaving every hour with a journey time of around 45 minutes, then follow instructions above from Bakewell.

For further information, visit the Peak District National Park website, or find timetables and routes via the site for each service.

By Foot / Bicycle – There are public footpaths close to Haddon Hall, but no public footpaths run through the parkland – please check OS maps. There is a footpath along the A6 between Rowsley and Bakewell, though we would advise caution if walking or cycling, due to the busy main road. Bicycles can be left behind the Ticket Office, where we can also provide electric charging.

By Taxi – There are multiple taxi firms situated in close proximity to Haddon Hall. Use the following resources to book from surrounding areas:

City Taxis: 0114 239 3939
Uber (via the app)

City Taxis: 0114 239 3939
Uber (via the app)

City Taxis: 0114 239 3939
Peak Premier: 01629 636 877
Uber (via the app)

Rainbow Taxis: 07530 610 063
Peak Premier: 01629 636 877
DJG Taxis: 01629 650 025

Rainbow Taxis: 07530 610 063
Peak Premier: 01629 636 877
DJG Taxis: 01629 650 025

Rainbow Taxi: 07530 610 063
Peak Premier: 01629 636 877
DJG Taxis: 01629 650 025


Haddon Hall
DE45 1LA

T: 01629 812855

Map with directions


We run a variety of free and ticketed guided tours throughout the year:

Free Guided Tours of the Highlights of the Hall – every Monday except during our Christmas season.
If your visit is on a Monday you may wish to join one of our free, guided ‘Highlights of the Hall’ Tours, which will give you a brief introduction to the history of the Hall. These run at regular intervals throughout the day, on a first come, first served basis and are included in your admission price.

For all other tours, including Garden and Specialist Tours, or Parkland Walks, please refer to our events page. If you wish to arrange a private tour of the Hall, please contact us on or 01629 810912.


For those wishing to extend their stay in the Peak District, our exquisite, award-winning hotel, The Peacock at Rowsley, sits just a stone’s throw from Haddon Hall.

Situated in the heart of Derbyshire, close to the historic market town of Bakewell, the former manor house provides a truly wonderful base for exploring all corners of the Peak District. If you are staying at The Peacock at Rowsley and decide you would like to visit Haddon Hall, do ask at Reception about our visit offer.

Visit to view availability, menus and for further information.

Mercatum Artisan Pop-up Boutique

Whilst you are visiting Haddon, don’t miss our Mercatum Artisan Pop-up Boutique in the Gatehouse, where some of our gifted and fascinating artisans showcase the wonderful range of products they make.  They will be delighted to meet and chat with you and to talk about their inspiration and creative process, and we hope you will feel stimulated and excited as you explore their creativity and talent.  You may even be tempted to buy something beautiful and unusual to give as a gift to a loved one or to bring joy and beauty to your home.


Dogs, Fags and Bags

We adore dogs at Haddon Hall, but unfortunately cannot allow them into the Hall, gardens or grounds, aside from guide and support dogs. We are able to provide bowls of water for your dog in the car park, and welcome you to take a stroll on the public footpaths opposite the Hall. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.




Smoking & Vaping

Smoking or vaping is not permitted anywhere within the grounds and halls of Haddon Hall.


For safety and security we do not allow any form of rucksack, large bag or tripods into the Hall. We suggest bags and photographic equipment of this description are left locked in your car or alternatively they can be stored in the safe care of the guides at the Duke’s Tower Entrance.


We welcome all visitors to Haddon Hall, but please note that there are many uneven floors and steps around the site due to the age and architecture of the building.

If in doubt, we recommend reading our full accessibility statement below, or call ahead for further information.


Buggy Service 

Our buggy service is for visitors unable to navigate the 366 metres to the hall from the Gatehouse entrance. The buggy stops are at the entrance gatehouse and at the end of the drive near the restaurant. This service can be arranged via the car park or ticket office staff. Please note the service is not available in extreme weather and is subject to availability.