Walton Hall, Derbyshire

A small eighteenth-century country house.


Not free for members
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Walton Hall is a small eighteenth-century country house in Walton upon Trent.

The outbuildings include a cottage with an oval-shaped room which is in the process of being renovated with kind grant support from Historic England through the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund. This room, and the surrounding gardens, can be viewed by members of the public – see opening times and admission for more details.

Opening Times

The cottage and winter gardens are open to public viewing for free from 9am to 5pm on weekdays from 15 January to 15 March, without appointment.


No charge.

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