Elvaston Castle Estate is included on Historic England’s Register of Historic Parks and Gardens and is Grade II*. The majority of the registered park and gardens are in the ownership of Derbyshire County Council.

Within the boundary of the registered park and gardens there are also a number of listed structures:

Church of St Bartholomew (Not owned by DCC)Grade I
Elvaston CastleGrade II*
St Bartholomew churchyard walls (Not owned by DCC)Grade II
Moorish Temple and terraceGrade II
Golden Gates and attached wallsGrade II
Stables to the west of Elvaston Castle Coach HouseGrade II
Nursery Garden walls and attached outbuildingsGrade II
Carriage washGrade II
Gatepiers and walls to the west of Elvaston CastleGrade II
Coach House and attached buildingsGrade II
Pump HouseGrade II
Stable block east of the Kennels (Gas House) Grade II
The Kennels Grade II
London Road Lodge Entrance Gates Grade II
Farm buildings west of St Bartholomew ChurchGrade II
Information centre and shopGrade II
Springthorpe CottageGrade II
The Boat HouseGrade II
Grotto on northern side of lakeGrade II
Boat house and Local Wildlife Site

Above: Boat house and Local Wildlife Site

Pump house

Above: Pump house

Pump house and Boat house

Above: Pump house and Boat house