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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 reviewsfeeding the duckslovely walknice cafetwo hoursdog walkersbeautiful sceneryplay areagreat for kidssunny daygruffalo traillarge lakeany agelovely place to visitcouple of hourssconesall agesquiche
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
Spent a lovely afternoon in the park, the park was full of families and people enjoying their day
So much to see and do and plenty of open space and walks for everyone
Cafe and toilets and information room on hand and a hot drinks...More
Living near by we took the dogs and son and walked to Hardwick Park through the woods.
Nice park with plenty of space for everyone to enjoy.
Stopped for a drink and a snack before walking back home.
Don’t bother paying for parking, just park...More
We visit this place on quite a regular occasions. If the weather is ok. It’s a great spot to take a picnic. Walk the dog /s. Or just to stroll around and relax. Since winning lottery support some years ago. They have improved this site...More
Being the owner of a rather large boisterous rescue dog, It is always hard to find areas where you can take a large dog that can be intimidating to other users.
Thankfully at Hardwick Park, the paths are many and wide and you can navigate...More
This park is stunning with something for everyone, young and old. There are some fabulous views with lovely follies and you can imagine ladies in crinoline dresses taking walks around the park centuries ago.
There is a Gruffalo trail which children love, bird hides, willow...More