Heritage Audio Tour on Love Exploring App - As a restored 18th century parkland, Hardwick Park is comparable to the famous gardens of Stourhead and Stowe. It is listed by Historic England as a Grade II Site of Special Historic Interest.
Download our Love Exploring app to access our brand new heritage audio tour! Find out more about John Burdon, who bought the Hardwick estate in 1748, and his great architect James Paine and how they designed the park in the 'latest style'.
Access Information: This is a self led activity. Please note, normal parking charges apply but use of the Love Exploring app is free. Love Exploring is not compatible with all mobile phones. Please download the app at home and ensure you can access the guided tour before you visit. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead at all times in the main park.
COVID-19 Considerations: This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
Additional Information: Approximately 1 hour Contact for the day: Lindsay Archer How can people participate? In person, on site.
|2020 (11 Sept 2020 - 20 Sept 2020)|
* No booking required.
Map & Directions
Directions: The nearest bus stop is at Sedgefield High Street. From there it is a half mile walk following a signposted footpath through the arch of the Hardwick Arms Hotel. Up-to-date bus timetables are available from Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or through our journey planning web page. Hardwick Park is on the A177 Durham to Stockton road on the west side of Sedgefield, two and a half miles from A1(M) Junction 60 (well sign-posted).