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Kedleston Hall

Derby Category Historic Sites
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Kedleston Hall is a Neo-Classical mansion built in the 1760s surrounded by stunning parkland.

The Hall is home to a lavish collection of paintings, furniture sculptures and was designed by the architect Robert Adam.

Kedleston has been the home of the Curzon family since the 12th Century and visitors can see Lord Curzon's Eastern Museum that is filled with objects and artifacts from his travels to Asia from 1899 to 1905.


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