We was recommended to come and visit Hardwick Hall last year by someone at another National trust, so on the odd occasion all of the family could do a day out (easter Sunday)
The views you see just driving up to the hall are amazing, it’s wasn’t the most clear day but we could see what beauty , when we got to the large car park it was full of mud luckily for us we took our welly boots with us but for those that didn’t did get really muddy . So if you visit on a wet day take some wellies or walking boots with you.
The gardens are beautiful the hall it’s self is beautiful inside and out so much history in there if your not to sure on anything there’s lots of voluntary workers in each of the rooms to explain things or to ask questions.
There was a few things I couldn’t get my head around until I asked then it cleared it up for me .
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