The UK’s ‘best picnic spot for the most pictures’ is in the Midlands.

Situated on the banks of the Derwent River, there is a 1,000-acre ‘quality’ brown park that you can visit for free. The land is part of the Chatsworth House in the Peak District, a beautiful location that has been dubbed “the most Instagram-friendly picnic spot” in the UK.

While access to the state’s attractions costs between £ 7 and £ 29, you can actually take a walk, picnic and play in the park, and standwood for free. And, if you are lucky, you may see red or fallen deer, wildlife, sheep and cattle in abundance.

You will probably recognize the beautiful scenery of Derbyshire as it has been used as a film location for Pride and Prejudice and The Duchess and even the Pecky Blinders series. It’s definitely a natural backdrop for you to eat with your tablecloths in front of you!

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The grounds date back to the 1760s and boast of historic and modern architecture and art, including horse jumps from James Payne’s Bridge and Mill, Queen Mary’s Bower and Chatsworth International Horse Trials. The standwood is full of ancient trees and many ways to explore.

The picnic at Chatsworth House generated more than 127,000 hashtags, according to online retailer research. قازارWhich conducted a study by compiling a list of seeds of 21 popular picnic spots and compiling the number of hashtags generated by each.

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The Chatworth scene has been influenced by some of the greatest artists and designers of its time, including George London, William Kent, Sir Jeffrey Whitewell and Sir Joseph Paxton. And while picnicking there, you’ll find plenty for all ages. In addition to the house and garden, there is a farm yard, playground and maze to explore.

The house has more than 25 rooms to explore, including a painted hall, a state room, a sketch gallery and a sculpture gallery. There are works of art spanning over 4,000 years, ranging from ancient Roman and Egyptian sculpture, and masterpieces by Rembrandt, Reynolds and Veronese, featuring masterpieces of modern artists, including Lucian Freud, Edmund de Wall and David Nash.

And Chatsworth’s Farm Yard has been a favorite day for kids of all ages since 1973. There are Suffolk Punch Horses, Shire Horses, Albion Cattle, Gloucestershire Old Spot Pigs, Baguette Goats, Cream Ligber Hens, British Landrace Pigs and Erske Ponies. .

There are daily cow and goat milking demonstrations, arts and crafts workshops, and animal handling at the Poultry House.

Where to Find Chats Worth House

Chatsworth House is in Backwell, Derbyshire, DE45 1PP. The 80-mile journey from Birmingham via M1 takes about an hour and 45 minutes, depending on the traffic.

Admission prices vary depending on the attractions you want to visit. You can pay only £ 5 to park.

The most picture perfect picnic spots

According to Kazar’s research, the second most ‘picture perfect picnic spot’ goes to Landhurst in New Forest, which has created 110,353 hashtags on Instagram. The famous tourist attraction was established by William the Conqueror in 1079 as a royal hunting ground.

And with 96,238 Instagram hashtags, number three goes to Nutford’s Teton Park, a historic estate with a neoclassical mansion, landscaped gardens, a deer park, a rare breed farm and an old medieval hall. Is.

Here are some of the most iconic picnic spots, with a number of hashtags:

1 Chatsworth House, Peak District – 127,319

2 Lyndhurst, New Forest – 110,353

3 Teton Park, Nutsford, Cheshire – 96,238

4 Seven Sisters, Seyford, East Sussex – 87,872

5 Corf Castle, Dorset – 83,915

6 Devils Dyke, West Sussex – 44,522

7 Masndin Temple, Londonderry, Northern Ireland – 27,424

8 Avebury Stone Circle, Wiltshire – 21,593

9 Pedley Gorge, Peak District – 20,708

10 Destable Downs, Bedfordshire – 16,769

Great picnic tips

George Nessna, director of Cazaar.co.uk, offers seven helpful tips for a great picnic.

  • Make sure your food doesn’t spread everywhere and be easy to carry using glass lids when preparing your picnic basket, which is also a great way to be more eco-friendly.
  • To have a more lasting picnic, try packing original plates and, if this is not an option, bring compostable disposable plates.
  • If possible, use wax wrappers for your meals. They are reusable, compostable and biodegradable.
  • Keep a cool box with you so you can keep food fresh and keep drinks cool.
  • Pack some fun board games to play – not a moment of boredom!
  • Be sure to bring wet wipes, or plates, and bin bags to clean your hands, so that all trash can be easily disposed of.
  • Pack a cupping board for your picnic – it’s always easy to have a flat surface for cutting or storing food.

More ideas for days out of Birmingham

We have a series of great day outs that are easily accessible from Birmingham. These include Shopping Street, which inspired Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter films, just 90 minutes below M5, England’s ‘beautiful village’, and David Beckham’s spectacular waterfall, less than two hours from Birmingham.

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