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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

Foremark Resevoir, Nr Ticknall, Derbyshire
A 230 acre resevoir providing trout fishing, footpaths and picnic areas and adventure playground.
Open April to Oct, 7am to duskTel: 01283 701709

Glossop Heritage Centre at Glossop. The Centre shows the way in which the town, its setting and its people have developed in the known ten thousand years of its history. More details

Gullivers Kingdom, Matlock Bath
Family theme park with rides suitable for young children and Royal Cave


Tel 01629 580540
Please check website www.gulliversfun.co.uk/ for full opening details

Haddon Hall see Haddon Hall

Hardwick Hall see Hardwick Hall

Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire
Entertainment for the whole family. Cable car rides across the Derwent Valley to the 60 acre sunnit. Exciting underground tours in two famous show caves. Explorers challenge. Displays. Picnic and play areas. More details

Ilam Country Park, Ilam, near Ashbourne
Peaceful wooded walks with some stunning views. Visitors's Centre and Tea Rooms
Park open all year round. Tea rooms and shop from end March to late October.
Tel 01335 350245

Kedleston Hall see Kedleston Hall

Lea Gardens Lea, Matlock
A rare collection of Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Alpines and Conifers in a lovely setting. There is a garden shop and a tea room where light lunches are available. More details

Life in a Lens Matlock Bath
Primarily dedicated to presenting the history of popular photography from its invention in 1839 to more recent times.
For more information visit the museum website at www.lifeinalens.com

Longshaw Visitor Centre, Longshaw Estate, Sheffield
A popular venue for visitors to the Peak District. Set in a wide expanse of open moorland and woodland with dramatic views and excellent walking terrain. Tea Shop.
Open June to September daily, 10.30am to 5pm. Please check for other times
Tel 01433 631708

Matlock Bath Aquarium and Hollogram Gallery, Matlock Bath
Site of original thermal baths, with collection of cold water, tropical and marine fish; Pertrifying Well and Gemstone collection More details

Melbourne Hall see Melbourne Hall

Midland Railway Centre, Butterley Station, Ripley
Numerous historic trains and rolling stock of Midland and LMS origin. Working Museum, Brittain Pit Farm Park, coffee shop More details

National Stone Centre, Wirksworth
Story of stone exhibition, gem panning, trails and gift shop More details

The Old House Museum Bakewell
Early Tudor house with original wattle and daub screen. Open chamber, Victorian kitchen, craftsmen`s tools,toys and costumes. More details

Peak District Mining Museum, Matlock Bath
Exhibition showing the history of lead mining throughout the Peak District. Visitors can operate rag and chain pumps and climb shafts More details

Peak Village Outlet Shopping Centre Rowsley
The Peak Village Outlet Shopping Centre is set in the beautiful hills of the Peak District on the A6 between Matlock and Bakewell, only a mile from the spectacular Chatsworth House.See www.peakvillage.co.uk

Peveril Castle, is perched on a high hill above the village of Castleton. More details

Pickford House Museum,Friar Gate,Derby
Listed building, built by Joseph Pickford in 1769.Contains Georgian kitchen,dining room,period costumes and more
Open all year Mon 11am-5pm, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm Sun and bank hols 1pm-4pm
Tel 01332 255363
website Derby Guide

Poole Cavern, Buxton
Derbyshire's most spectacular natural cavern deep beneath the beautiful High Peak hills of Buxton More details


 


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


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foremark reservoir
Foremark Reservoir
lea gardens
Lea Gardens
Bakewell old house museum
Old House Museum in Bakewell
Pooles cavern in buxton
Poole's Cavern



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