A very nice lady gave us list of things to do to suit our needs and an excellent circular route, thanks a lot.
The team have always been helpful, informed and efficient during the many times we have pestered them. For an obviously short funded department they do a great job for the Town. Go and meet them.
All was so very good go and see for your self well worth going for information on Derby area visit Calke Abbey South Derbyshire about 7miles from Derby a great day out great gardens.
Go along to the Tourist Information Centre and ask all your questions - they are very good at supplying information, selling tickets, and their local knowledge is useful whether you are a citizen or a visitor. There are all kinds of local leaflets, small gifts pertinent to Derby, etc. Maybe more signs as to their whereabouts would be useful scattered... More
I just popped in here to pick up assembly room tickets and found the staff very helpful and friendly. I didnt realised all this information was there and found myself going back as lots of things to buy and look at. Well worth a visit, especially if your new to the area.
This production was absolutely fantastic - stage setting very good. Only 2 main characters with an occasional appearance by the ghost. Made me jump out of my skin several times. Thought the new seats at Derby a great improvement. Booked to see Agatha Christies Murder is Announced end January.
Don't seem to be fond with dealing with the under 25 bracket.... We opted for tracksuit bottoms and large coat for this stop off and rather disappointing service to follow. They seem to wait for you to approach them before they offer help and not too descriptive with answers either however have a wide range of leaflets and services available... More
We went to the Derby Theatre Saturday evening to watch Angela's Ashes. It was AMAZING! My first thoughts when I saw it advertised was Angela's Ashes made into a musical- No way. I have to say the way it has been adapted into a musical is BRILLIANT. The portrayal of the bleakness, the poverty came through. The irish catholic sense... More
If you own or manage Derby Tourist Information Centre, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing