Attractions in Peak District

There are a wealth of attractions in the Peak District to suit the whole family, including Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall, Haddon Hall & Kedleston Hall. Discover them here!

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Attractions in Peak District

 


Breakfast with Father Christmas £8.95

The Garden Centre Group, Various Locations Across the UK

Available from 17th November until 24th December 2012* Make any day magical with a visit to one of our restaurants and have breakfast with Father Christmas. He'll devote his...

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Grotto and Winter Wonderland

The Garden Centre Group, Various Locations Across the UK

Available from 17th November until 24th December 2012* Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without a visit to Father Christmas. Do come and see him in his gorgeous cosy...

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Tea with Father Christmas £8.95

The Garden Centre Group, Various Locations Across the UK

Available from 17th November until 24th December 2012* Teatime can be special and teatime with Father Christmas is about as special as it gets - so why not make someone's day by...

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Arbor Low

Furnall Ave, Great Longstone, Bakewell

Arbor Low is a Stone Age ‘henge’ monument in the North of England. Arbor Low is a site of unique archaeological and cultural interest. It is 375 meters above sea level....

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Carsington Water

, Ashbourne

Carsington Water is a reservoir, owned by Severn Trent Water and has been a popular attraction to visitors to the Peak District since it was opened by the Queen in 1992. The...

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Chatsworth House

Bakewell, Peak District

Chatsworth house is an amazing building with beautiful gardens, fronted by River Derwent and behind the building is the tree-covered hillside. Bess of Hardwick built the original...

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Eyam Village

, Eyam

Eyam village in the heart of The Peak District is famously known as "The Plague Village". In the Summer of 1665 a tailor in Eyam received a package containing fleas...

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H Smith Grocers

18 Compton, Ashbourne

 In Asbourne, gateway to The Peak District, you will find H Smith, a traditional grocers shop stocking a wonderful array of local produce and meals from local suppliers. ...

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Haddon Hall

Bakewell, Peak District

The finest example of a medieval manor house in England that is still exists is the Haddon Hall. The hall is situated south of Bakewell and lies alongside the River Wye and is one...

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Hardwick Hall

Doe Lea, Chesterfield

Hardwick Hall was built for Elizabeth Dowager Countess of Shrewbury. It is one of the finest Elizabethan houses. The house is situated near to the ruins of Hardwick Old Hall that...

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Hassop Station Cafe and Cycle Hire

, Bakewell

 The Peak District has much to offer the more active visitor and for those who enjoy a leisurely cycle ride, a trip along the Monsal trail is a treat. Running along the...

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Kedleston Hall

Windley, Belper, Peak District

Kedlestone hall is built by a classical Palladian Mansion built by Robert Adam. It is filled with furniture and artifacts collected by Lord Curzon, who was the viceroy of India....

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Ladybower and Derwent Reservoirs

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 On a sunny day in The Peak District it is well worth a trip to visit the three great reservoirs of Ladybower, Howden and Derwent; together known as the Peakland Lake...

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Lyme Hall

Lyme Park, Disley, Peak District

Lyme Hall was a remote hunting lodge. The house was built in Tudor times and was turned in to an Italianate palace in the early 18th century. Lyme Hall with its commanding views of...

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Mam Tor

Peak District, Derbyshire

Mam Tor is an Iron Age fort overlooking Castleton and Hope valley is a famous viewpoint and landmark. Mam Tor is also known as the shivering mountain. It consists of shale and the...

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Old House Museum

Cunningham Place, Off North Church Street, Bakewell

One of the quirkiest museums in The Peak District, The Bakewell Old House Museum counts as a real find. The house itself dates back to 1534 when it was originally the home of a...

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Peak Moutaineering

Tor lea, Millbridge, Castleton, Hope Valley

 For those of you looking to come to the Peak District for something a little more active than a gentle walk to the local pub, we would recommend looking at what Peak...

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Peveril Castle

Market Pl, Castleton, Hope Valley

Perveril castle is a medieval castle founded in 1080 by William Peveril. The castle stands on a cliff top above Castleton in a secure position flanked by the steep side of...

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Stanage Edge

, Near Hathersage

 Situated in The Peak District National Park, Stanage Edge is the biggest of the Gritsone edges, overlooking Hathersage and is one of the most popular walking and climbing...

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The Heights of Abraham

, Matlock Bath

 Close to Matlock Bath, in the heart of The Peak District, a popular attraction especially for families is the unique Heights of Abraham and since its opening in 1780 has...

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The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

The Square, Bakewell

 No trip to The Peak District would be considered complete without a trip to the wonderful village of Bakewell. There you will find The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop...

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Vintage Home Sheffield

137 Oakbrook Road, Nether Green, Sheffield

Just on the edge of the Peak District and situated on Oakbrook Road, Nethergreen, Vintage Home is the latest edition to what is being seen as the "Interiors quarter" of...

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