A warm welcome to Renishaw Hall and Gardens.

Whether you are a first time or seasoned visitor, Renishaw Hall is a truly beautiful place to visit.

Renishaw has been in my family for nearly 400 years and generations of Sitwells have made their mark on the architecture, gardens and wider estate which comprise Renishaw and so much of what you see on your visit. I hope you will thoroughly enjoy your time at Renishaw now it is under my care and still very much a family home.

We look forward to seeing you!

Contact Information

Garden Entry – Online Booking

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The gardens offer a great place to experience the outdoors with plenty to see and enjoy for all ages.

Venture further afield through the woodland and down to the lakes. Make use of the map to see “the classical temple” and other areas of interest on the way. The lakes are a haven for wildlife, look out for butterflies, dragonflies, and birds.

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Additional Information

The maximum number per session is 125 people. We ask that you leave at the end of your session to allow the next visitors time to enjoy the gardens.

The toilets next to the Visitor Centre are open, there are no facilities in the garden. Please note we do not allow picnics in the gardens.

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Garden admission tickets

When you purchase a ticket on the Renishaw Hall & Gardens website you agree to the following terms and conditions of sale, set out below:

  1. Tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded or returned, and are valid on the date/time specified only.
  2. Once you have printed or received your tickets, please keep them in a safe place as we cannot accept duplicates, copies or other alternative tickets of any kind.
  3. Unlawful resale or attempted unlawful resale of a ticket is grounds for seizure or cancellation of that ticket without refund or other compensation.
  4. Children aged 15 or under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Accompanying adults are responsible for supervising the children in their care at all times.
  5. Visitors are reminded that for technical or operational reasons, some facilities may be removed or closed or entertainment cancelled and/or altered at any time.
  6. The site will remain open whatever the weather unless weather conditions pose a health and safety risk to our visitors and staff. We will make every effort to reschedule or refund tickets should we close for reasons of health and safety.
  7. Renishaw Hall & Gardens reserves the right, at its absolute discretion, to refuse entry or admission or to remove from any visitor from Renishaw Hall & Gardens.
  8. Renishaw Hall & Gardens accepts no responsibility for any personal property.
  9. Photography is allowed for non-commercial private use only.
  10. As a condition of sale, visitors to the Gardens at Renishaw Hall & Gardens consent to being photographed, filmed or sound recorded for use on TV, websites, social media, DVD, webcast, promotional materials, or other public mediums, as part of the audience, or by security CCTV.

Coronavirus pandemic update

These terms and conditions relate specifically to the coronavirus pandemic, and apply from 5th June 2020, for an indefinite period. They have been introduced in order to help us protect the safety of our visitors and staff.

  1. All visitors must adhere to current Government guidelines about social distancing and any other applicable safety measures, as well as any guidance from Renishaw Hall.
  2. We reserve the right to ask any individual(s) not adhering to the above condition to leave the Renishaw Hall & Gardens.
  3. Entry to the Gardens at Renishaw Hall is restricted to ticket holders only. Tickets must be booked online in advance. This also applies season ticket holders, who must reserve a space online. Anyone arriving who is unable to produce a valid booking confirmation will not be able to access the gardens, and will be turned away.
  4. All bookings will be for a specific time slot. Anyone arriving outside of the times stated on their booking confirmation may be turned away.
  5. We will endeavour to provide First Aid support to our visitors. This may include support from our trained staff for visitors to administer self-treatment or assisting to request emergency treatment from the ambulance service. We are meeting our legal duty to provide first aid support for our employees and volunteers this time.

Renishaw Hall is in the heart of England, only three miles from Junction 30 on the M1, and is well signposted from the junction roundabout. Our post code is S21 3WB for sat nav – please be aware that on some satnavs this postcode will take you to the farm/cricket club adjacent. Please ignore and take the main driveway off Staveley Lane near Eckington.

Please park on the grass on the left at the top of the drive. Please follow the signage to queue for the garden entry. Please use the one-way entrance and exit to the gardens.

Please have your valid card on arrival. We will be photographing your card for our records to limit contact at this time. If valid card is not show on entry you will be asked to pay the full admission price. RHS & HHA cards allow entry allow entry to the gardens for one person only.

We are an RHS partner garden so can only allow one person in per card.

We are not currently accepting BBC Gardeners World 2 for 1 cards, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.



The café is open with outdoor seating unless raining when we will offer limited indoor seating. We have a limited menu and all food and drink is served in takeaway packaging. We are offering a limited takeaway selection from the barrow near the Visitor Centre when the weather is fine. Hot & cold drinks, traybakes, ice-creams, sausage rolls and sandwiches. We are accepting card payments only.