See it for yourself #8: Chatsworth House in 360

Friday 10 July 2015
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You might recognise the exterior from a certain famous scene with Mr Darcy emerging in a water-clad white shirt in Pride & Prejudice… And now you can see inside and pretend you’re Elizabeth Bennett! Chatsworth House was used as a filming location for both the BBC version and the 2005 film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It’s a charming English stately home that sits in the middle of the beautiful Peak District. Still home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, you can explore acres of gardens as well as the lavish rooms in the house. Get a taster of the elaborate interiors, the fine collection of paintings, and opulent furnishings when you step into the grand hallway, with an antique clock chiming away in the background:

Explore inside Chatsworth House Step inside and have a look around - just click on the image! (360 photography by Rod Edwards)

 

  Chatsworth House is near the village of Bakewell in Derbyshire:

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