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Peak District Attractions in 2017
Places to visit in the Peak District in 2017



Peak District Attractions

Places to visit in the Peak District 2017

Arkwrights Cromford Mill, Cromford
Worlds first successful water powered cotton spinning mill, restored by the Arkwright Society. Mill and village tours. Shops and restaurant.
Open daily 9am-5pm. More details

Belper North Mill, Belper
Examines the areas industrial heritage, in particular the contribution made by the Strutt family More details

Belper River Gardens, situated close to Belper mills which form part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. Open daily. More details

Blue John Craft Shop and Museum, Castleton
The Blue John Cavern in the Peak District is a series of caverns considered to be the finest range in Great Britain. More details

Bolsover Castle see Bolsover Castle

Buxton Museum and Art Gallery,Terrace Road,Buxton
Antiques and geological specimens from the Buxton area
Exhibitions of Art and Photography More details

Calke Abbey see Calke Abbey

Carsington Water,near Ashbourne
Water sports, cycling,cafe,shops,exhibitions,childrens play area and visitors centre More details




Cauldwells Mill, at Rowsley, near Matlock.
Only complete water turbine powered roller mill in the country. Shop, craft centre, cafe and art gallery. More details

Chatsworth House Opening times from Wednesday 12 March to 23 December 2008 - see Chatsworth House

Chesterfield Market, One of the largest open air markets in England with over 200 stalls. Open mon, fri and Sat. Flea market on Thurs.

Chesterfield `Crooked Spire, Chesterfield's 228ft crooked spire leans nearly 9ft from its true centre and moves a little further every year More details

Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery, Chesterfield's rich historical heritage is explored in the town's museum and art gallery. More details

Chestnut Centre at Chapel-en-le-Frith. Captive bred otters and owls in natural surroundings around an extensive nature trail set in 50 acres of grounds near Ford Hall. More details

Conkers National Forest Visitors Centre, Swadlincote
Environmental exhibitions and activities, adventure playground and gift shop. More details

Creswell Crags Welbeck, Worksop,Nottinghamshire
Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge honeycombed with caves and fissures. The caves are world famous as the most northerly home of our ancestors who lived during the Ice Age. More details

Crich Tramway Museum, Crich
Collection of trams from all over the world. More details

Denby Pottery Visitors Centre, Denby
Guided tours demonstrating production of oven and giftware. Restaurant, cookery emporium and factory shop. More details

Derby Industrial Museum,The Silk Mill,Derby
Rolls Royce collection of historic areo-engines and an introduction to the industrial history of Derbyshire
Open all year Mon 11am-5pm, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun and Bank Hols 1-4pm
Tel 01332 255308
website www.derby-guide.co.uk

Donnington Grand Prix Collection, Donington Park, Castle Donington, Derbyshire
Over 130 exhibits depicting motor sport history from the turn of the 1900's to the present day.
Open daily 10am to 5pm, last admission 4pm. Closed Christmas to New Year.
Admission Adults 7, Stidents/OAP's 5, children 2.50, family 14.
Tel: 01332 811027
website at Donington Collection

Elvaston Castle Country Park, Borrowash Road, Elvaston, Derby
Large House amid extensive historic gardens, lake and parkland. Estate museum, riding school, annual events include craft and computer fairs, the county show and a steam rally.
The park is open daily from dawn to dusk
Tel 01332 571342 for other facilities at the park. Tel 01332 751972 for Riding School enquiries.

Erewash museum, Ilkeston town centre
18th century house with collections of local history items, displayed in room settings and galleries.
Open Feb to December, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat and Bank Hols 10am to 4pm
Tel: 0115 9071141

Eyam Hall see Eyam Hall

Eyam Museum, Eyam,Derbyshire
Vivid portrayal of the outbreak of the bubonic plague in Eyam when over a third of the population died. Subsequent growth of local industries is described, together with local geology More details



 

If looking for accommodation in Derbyshire or the Peak District see Derbyshire and Peak District Accommodation


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part of cromford mill complex
Cromford Mill
carsington water
Carsington Water
derby silk mill now derby industrial museum
Derby Industrial Museum


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