Places To Go

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Belper Mill Industrial Museum

Belper Mill,Belper-Built by  Josiah Strutt as a cotton mill on the river Derwent along the heritage trail. Beautiful setting, interesting museum.Tel. 01773 880474


Boating on Belper river gardens

Belper River Gardens-  Enjoy a peaceful row along the picturesque river Derwent upriver to Ambergate. Beautiful gardens alongside river and Belper Mill.


Chatsworth House-Magnificent stately home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. History, culture, beautiful gardens, childrens farm,play area. Farm shop and garden centre.Tel. 01246 582204


Crich Stand monument nr Matlock

Crich Stand – monument to the Sherwood Foresters Regiment. Fantastic views in all directions, overlooking Crich Tramway Museum.


Crich Tramway Museum, Nr Matlock

Crich Tramway Museums-Museum of trams down disused quarry. Wonderful setting. Enjoy a ride into the past on these beautifully restored trams and buses.Tel. 01773 853215


 Canals and Narrow boats nr Ashbourne

Narrow Boats-Enjoy the peace and tranquility of a trip on a narrow boat down the many Derbyshire Canals.


Black Rocks Picnic site Cromford

Black Rocks Nr Wirksworth- A picnic site and walk to the top of black rocks for outstanding views.


Tissington Chruch nr. Ashbourne

Tissington Church, Tissington Village, Nr Ashbourne-Beautiful church in private picturesque village.


Tissington Hall historic house

Tissington Hall, Tissington Nr Ashbourne-Beautiful stately home on private estate. Gardens and garden centre, house tours,tea rooms.Tel. 01335 352200


Tissington well dressings

Tissington Well Dressings-Religeous decoration of the village wells in May each year.Tel. 01335 390331


Haddon Hall Historic Derbyshire House

Haddon Hall, Nr Bakewell-Medieval and Tudor manor house mentioned in the Doomsday book. Owned by the Manners family for over 800 years.Tel. 01629 812855


Hardwick Hall National Trust

Hardwick Hall, Nr Chesterfield -Completed 400 years ago by Bess of Hardwick. Collections of embroidery and tapestries.Tel.  01246 850430
National Trust


Peak Rail Museum Matlock

Peak Rail, Nr Matlock-4 miles of retored track,steam trains running daily.Tel. 01629 580381


Biddulph Grange Gardens National trust

Biddulph Grange and Gardens-Nr Stoke.Chinese Garden, Egyption Court, former Italian Garden.Tel. 01782 517999
National Trust


Heage windmill

Heage Windmill-The only working stone towered multi-sailed windmill in – 01773 853579


peveril castle peak district castleton

Peveril Castle-  Castleton Nr. Buxton. Formally known as Peak Castle. Built by William Peveril in around 1080.Tel. 01433 620613


Midland Railway Centre, Butterley, Near Ripley, Derbyshire.  tel. 01773 570140


Renishaw Hall, Renishaw, nr Staveley


Kedleston Hall, Kedleston, Derby   Tel. 01332 842191


Calke Abbey, Calke, Nr Ticknall


Sudbury Hall, Sudbury


Tutbury Castle, Tutbury    Tel. 01283 812129


Heights of Abraham Cable Cars, Matlock Bath


The Mining Musem, Matlock Bath


Blue John Cavern, Castleton


Treak Cavern, Castleton


Speedwell Cavern, Castleton


Peak Cavern, Castleton


Ilam Hall, Ilam Tel. 01335 350212


Lea Rhodedendron Gardens, Lea nr Matlock   Tel.


Dunge Valley Hidden Gardens, Dunge Valley, Kettleshulme


Derby Cathedral, 18-19 Irongate, Derby    Tel. 01332 341201


National Stone Centre, Porter Lane, Wirksworth Tel.01629 824833


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