Oh Dickens! It’s Christmas at Chatsworth


Oh Dickens! It’s Christmas at Chatsworth

11 November 2017–7 January 2018

This festive season, Chatsworth celebrate some of Charles Dickens’ best loved works. Discover the splendour and squalor of Dickensian London, with Victorian shop fronts, the London Docks, Scrooge’s bed and much, much more all dressed for Christmas. Fagin, Bill Sikes and Miss Havisham will help bring the theme to life delighting all ages.

I will honour Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.
Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

Credit: Chatsworth House Trust

You will see the house transformed complete with lavish costumes, beautiful decorations, wonderful stage sets and a few fantastic surprises in store, sure to captivate all who visit.

Credit: Chatsworth House Trust

You will have the opportunity to try on dozens of character costumes so don’t forget to share your photos  – #ChristmasatChatsworth

Credit: Chatsworth House Trust

There will be something for everyone to enjoy. Why not get Christmas shopping off to an early start with a visit to the Christmas market with over 100 stalls of gifts for the whole family.

Chatsworth Christmas market runs from Friday 17 November to Tuesday 5 December. The price of the timed Christmas tickets varies depending on whether you choose to visit:

On a weekday during the Christmas market
On a weekend during the Christmas market
Outside of the Christmas market

For ticket information please visit – Christmas at Chatsworth 

For more information, visit www.chatsworth.org

So, if you’re planning to visit Chatsworth this festive season, or if you have beat me to it and already visited the house, then I’d love to hear from you and be even more delighted to see your photos, so why not tag me in on social media; @northernnewmum with the hashtag #ChatsworthatChristmas

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