Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire is an architecturally significant country house from the Elizabethan era, a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house.Built between 1590 and 1597 for Bess of Hardwick, it was designed by the architect Robert Smythson, an exponent of the Renaissance style.
Hardwick Old Hall will remain closed throughout 2021 due to a significant conservation work. When we can reopen, we’ll update this page to let you know. If you are visiting National Trust Hardwick Hall, please make sure to check their website for the latest information.
15/08/2020 · Walks to explore at Hardwick. Discover our range of walks across Hardwick and pick one to suit you. Some of our routes will cross fields with livestock, please keep your dog on a lead at all times. PLEASE NOTE: Routes through our gardens and key visitor areas require an admission ticket. Some trails shown here will require a diversion.
George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury died 18 November 1590, survived by his wife Bess of Hardwick. He was buried in the Shrewsbury chapel at Sheffield Parish Church (now Sheffield Cathedral), where a large monument erected to him can still be seen. Marriages and progeny
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Chatsworth House est un vaste château situé dans le Derbyshire, en Angleterre, à quelques kilomètres de la ville de Bakewell. Édifié originellement au XVI e siècle pour Bess of Hardwick, comtesse de Shrewsbury, Chatsworth est le fief des ducs de Devonshire, dont le patronyme est Cavendish.
The history of Chatsworth begins with Elizabeth Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury, better known as Bess of Hardwick. 17th century The 17th century saw the Cavendish family rise in the peerage from earls to dukes, and the 1st Duke of Devonshire began constructing his new Chatsworth House.