Chatsworth Park

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Chatsworth Park

Chatsworth Park

The 1000 acre park on the banks of the river Derwent, designed by 'Capability' Brown in the 1760s, is one of the most beautiful and historic man-made landscapes in Britain. It is open free throughout the year, during daylight hours.
Stand Wood, behind historic Chatsworth House , is also open all year. This historic woodland provides an impressive backdrop for the house, and contains a rich diversity of trees and wildlife. There are spectacular views out across the park and important man-made features include the Hunting Tower (not open to visitors), the lakes which supply the waterworks in the garden, the Aqueduct and the Souter stone, both part of Paxton's 19th century rock and water work in the landscape around Chatsworth.
All three woodpeckers, Hawfinch (best in Winter) and other woodland birds. River has kingfisher, dipper, common sandpiper, grey wagtail and goosander. Raven are seen regularly.

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