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Renishaw Hall & Gardens is a museum in Renishaw. The museum features exhibits related to: music, literature, personalities, industry, performing arts, photography, costume and textiles, fine art, social history and film and media. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: of the 20th century and painted many images of renishaw which can often be found on display. and john piper was one of the greatest english painters.

Alternative name:

en Renishaw Hall

Renishaw Hall & Gardens
Renishaw Park
S21 3WB Renishaw

Museum type(s)

Art & Design Nature & Natural History



Visitor information

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:30 am – 04:30 pm
Thursday 10:30 am – 04:30 pm
Friday 10:30 am – 04:30 pm
Saturday 10:30 am – 04:30 pm
Sunday 10:30 am – 04:30 pm


Opens from March 18th 2020 until 27th September 2020

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0 - 4 Free
60 and over £6.50
Adults £7.00
Students £6.50
Children £3.00
Family A £10.00
Family B £15.00


Family A: 1 Adult & 3 children
Family B: 2 Adults & 3 Children

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  • Coffee

  • Restaurant

  • Museum shop

  • Wheelchair accessible


Renishaw Park, Renishaw, England


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Renishaw Hall & Gardens has 2 ratings.

Sunday, March 4, 2018 Mar 4, 2018

Renishaw Hall is owned by the Sitwell Estate. This family claim to be a lover and protector of countryside and wildlife. But yet are selling off there land to developers!

They sold Barlborough village down the river and are now trying to do the same to a village called Clowne in Derbyshire. 1800 house development, retirement village, hotel with industrial units. All on farming, greenbelt, open countryside, near an ancient woodland that lots of wildlife live. Lots of rare species.

They shouldn't been given a penny by the public! All they care about is £££. Not community, not countryside,
Not wildlife, only ££££

  Visited on Sunday, August 6, 2017

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