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Hardwick Park is a country park with a difference. Now a Visit England accredited attraction, it has survived since the 1750s when its then owner, John Burdon, created a sprawling ornamental park. Today, the remains of some of the original buildings...more
All reviews feeding the ducks lovely walk nice cafe two hours dog walkers beautiful scenery play area great for kids sunny day large lake gruffalo trail any age lovely place to visit coffee shop couple of hours scones cake
Fantastic park although some areas not all pram friendly as rather bumpy. If you have a baby carrier I would recommend taking that with you so you can walk freely and little one can sleep if needed. Gorgeous views and seemed well looked after. Cafe...More
Visited last week to do the Halloween monster trail. Fantastic park with lovely views. Kids really enjoyed the park and the monster trail. Even though it was a cold day we still enjoyed a picnic. Worth a visit.
Lovely area of outstanding beauty very well cared for with lovely areas to walk and lakes to walk round and feed the wildlife. An area for picnics. Cafe. An area with a children's play park. Well worth a visit with only a parking fee per...More
on a sunny afternoon in mid october my wife and i took her brother and sister in law to the park show how it had changed and what a lovely place it is, they come from west sussex, and agreed they had made a really...More
Hardwick Hall Park has been a family favourite of ours for years.
The disability access is great and it’s very friendly for young children, pushchairs, people with dogs, everyone in fact.
It’s a wonderful setting and beautiful.
The official car Park is costly, but there...More
we visited the park on a Sunday. easily signposted from the main road. plenty of car parking at a cost of £3 per day. well maintained. visit the shop and buy food for the birds at 50p a bag. what a lovely place to visit....More
We visit from out of town quite regularly and love it! I have been coming here since being a child and now I bring my own daughter.
Cafe and toilets at the visitors Center. Swings are fenced in and well maintained.
Lovely walk around the...More
Lots of lovely grounds to walk in and feed the ducks on the large pond, find gruffalo in this forest. Also has shop , toilets and two decent size play areas. The only reason I didn’t give five stars is the parking charges and the...More