17th Century mansion offering panoramic views, discover the Venus Garden and riding house.
Note: English Heritage members can visit attraction for free.
You can expect to find information on geology, archaeologoy and history of the Peak District here.
The Buxton Opera House is one of Britain's leading receiving theatres presenting around 450 performances each year.
An interesting portrayal into the decline of a county house estate. The house and stables remain mostly untouched through time and the surrounding nature par...
Located just a short distance from the Peak District National Park, Carsington water is a great day out for a family throughout the year. Watersports, fishin...
Chatsworth House is home to the Devonshire family and is classed as one of the Treasure Houses of England.
Note: The car park has an all day char...
Chucklebutties Play & Party Centre is situated in the heart of Belper, overlooking the beautiful Derwent and River Gardens. Recently voted the Best Soft ...
Conkers is the award winning family attraction in the heart of the National Forest. Includes a mix of indoor and outdoor experiences.
Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge with caves and smaller fissures. Stone tools and remains of animals found in the caves provide evidence for a story of li...
There are loads of things to do at Crich Tramway Village. A tramway ride through a recreated village, fun indoor and outdoor play areas for kids, woodland wa...
Denby Village, Derbyshire
Daily pottery tours include plate painting and make a frog.
Built within natural woodland terrain and with 170 acres of land, the Force 10 Peak District site plays host to a number of top facilities, ensuring you have...
Days out at Go Ape are about living life more adventurously, having fun with friends and family and getting in touch with your inner Tarzan (he’s in th...
Gulliver’s is a family theme park designed to cater for families with children between the age of two and thirteen. All its rides and attractions are d...
Haddon Hall is a Medieval and Tudor Manor House, untouched by time.
Hardwick Hall is an Elizabethan building, set in the lovely gardens and parkland.
A grade II listed building dating back to 1871 set in 23 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens.
Set high above the village of Castleton, Peveril Castle offers amazing views over the Peak District.
Poole's Cavern is Derbyshire's most spectacular natural show-cave, described as 'The First Wonder of the Peak.' Take a guided tour round Derbyshire's largest...
Ripley Castle has been home to the Ingilby family for over 700 years. It is also where Jane Ingilby heald Oliver Cromwell at gunpoint.
Rollerworld Derby is one of very few fully operating roller rinks in the UK, its been around since the 80s and after a large refurbishment to the building wh...
Walton Upon-Trent, Derbyshire
Seasoned is a cookery school with a strong ethos, 'inspiring everyone with food'. To do this they work with very talented chefs, some of whom rose to fame on...
Matlock Bath, Derbyshire
Sir Richard Arkwright's 1783 showpeice Masson Mills, on the river Derwent at Matlock Bath are the finest surviving and best preserved example of one of Arkwr...
Take a boat journey through the flooded workings of an eighteenth century lead mine.
Strutt's North Mill is famous for being the first 'fire proof' cotton mill.
Set in 50 acres of the Peak District National Park, take a walk round the Chestnut Centre and meet Europe''s largest collection of Otters and Owls. Other ani...
Take an amazing cable car ride over the river to The Heights of Abraham, the Peak District's oldest attraction. Explore the show caves, woodland trails and s...
Visit a underground wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, rocks, minerales and fossils. Treak Cliff Cavern is home to the unique Blue John Stone.
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