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Eyam Parish Church of St Lawrence
Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Eyam Plague Village Museum
Historic Sites, History Museums, Specialty Museums
Arbor Low Stone Circle & Gib Hill Barrow
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Jacobs Ladder
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Chatsworth House
Art Galleries, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Limestone Way \/ Bradford River Walk
Historic Walking Areas, Scenic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Peak District Photography Gallery
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Mam Tor Hope
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Hope
Enjoyed an early morning walk up to the top of Mam Tor....clear blue skies and sunshine....a great walk with fantastic views at the top....The English countryside at its best..….
You can even extend your walk through Castleton by going up Cave Dale which gives spectacular views of the back of Peverill Castle in a dramatic valley and is where the famous "as you wish" hill rolling scene from...
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Thornbridge Hall Gardens Ashford-in-the-Water
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ashford-in-the-Water
The prices are good, and again the staff are welcoming and efficient; there is plenty of seating inside, as well as on the terrace with its lovely views across the gardens.
The gardens were just glorious and lots of variety in planting set within beautiful views of the countryside.
Jacobs Ladder Edale
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Edale
... head up and north from Edale up to the top of Ringing Roger on a good path, then swing west along the edge of the plateau with great views all the way, and then turn south and down to the top of Jacob's Ladder.
It is a great ascent and provides a great view but it is one of the most tiring areas to walk in the Peak District.
Eyam Plague Village Museum Eyam
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
When visiting Eyam I would suggest you visit the museum first and then walk around the village visiting the sites you have just learnt all about.
Make sure to view the short video which they play in the front of the museum before you have a look around - it will make your understanding of the event much better.
Eyam Parish Church of St Lawrence Eyam
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
Thank you for removing them- at least they were not on view today.
The Cathedral of the Peak Tideswell
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Tideswell
One of the lesser known options is a guided tour to the TOP of the bell tower, the views from the roof are amazing.
The views were fantastic!
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Haddon Hall Bakewell
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The garden in full bloom was so lovely to take a stroll in and on the higher spots you get a stunning view of the beautiful Peak District-hillside...An evening well spend and a must see for all Peak District-visit...
The gardens were stunning, roses and irises in bloom and the views to the river adjacent to the house were very pretty, A good restaurant with a great choice of dishes and the scones looked amazinf, we were sadly...
Castleton Walk Castleton
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
The most superb views of the Castleton Village, great outdoors footpaths and it is perfectly located in the heart of the Peak District!!! Whatever you are walking, cycling or driving around the village you will fi...
The visitor centre is great and plenty of walks around to keep fit and take in the stunning views of Hope valley.
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Tissington Hall Tissington
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Tissington
Recently a few of us booked for the invitation to view and we were all very impressed by the friendly and relaxed tour of the Hall with Sir Richard keeping us all entertained with stories and the history of the ha...
It is worth a walk around the village to take in the tranquil atmosphere and enjoy the views of the hall etc.
Chatsworth House Bakewell
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
Great view of the house and the estate ,lots of interesting nooks and crannies for kids to explore there is a maze and wooded area beyond the more formal garden.So much to see with tunnels waterfalls, water canal...
The place is so grand, radiating and inspiring, the gardens within the grounds so varied from tropical exhibits in the greenhouses, ponds, waterfalls to breathtaking landmark arrangements, tastefully designed gard...
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All Saints Church Bakewell
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The grave yard was fascinating with some very old graves and some absolutely stunning views of the town and surrounding countryside.
We walked through a landscaped area with outdoor classroom (the site charity is keen on 'outdoor education' so there were den-making materials with 'animal skins' for a visiting school party.),
Eyam Hall & Craft Centre Eyam
#3 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
We also sat up at the children's park, having a picnic , taking in the stunning view, well worth a visit, even more so on a sunny day.
We enjoyed a good 2 hours walking the house, gardens & enjoying the on site craft shops.
Matlock Meadows Matlock 7.5 mi away
#5 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Relax while eating the cone of your choice and take in the great countryside views.
A working farm with a few animals and chickens for young children to view, a simple play area and lots of space.
Lumsdale Valley Matlock 8.8 mi away
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
... Arkwright Society organises guided tours on the last Sunday of the month (see Arkwright Society web site for info) - I really enjoyed the walk with a friendly and knowledgeable guide and it was great value for...
... in here to restore , I personally think the best time to visit is in the winter period when its been raining when the waterfall is in full flow spectacular views ,if you get the chance visit the valley and enjoy
Arbor Low Stone Circle & Gib Hill Barrow Bakewell
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The henge consists of around 50 stones, all of which are now fallen stones rather than standing stones, and are set in a farmer's field surrounded by beautiful countryside and wonderful views.
Derbyshire and the Peak Disrtict have views to rival anywhere in the world and this lovely little heritage site is up there with them all.
Caudwells Mill & Craft Centre Rowsley
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Rowsley
The history and the engineering are well explained and the on site shop and cafe complement the visit.
Love the woodwork and the style, the view was amazing and the food even better.
Solomon's Temple Buxton 9.0 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
Lovely walk up from Pooles Cavern through the woods to Solomon's Temple, the effort to get there is worth it with the views of Buxton that are brilliant - and ace to climb up the inside of the tower.
The Temple is popular with families, couples and walkers generally so there may be a little wait if you want to ascend, which is well worth it for the superb views!
Peveril Castle Castleton
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
Be prepared for the uphill walk to the entrance and the castle but when you get there it's well worth the effort, the panoramic views are outstanding and when you're done there's loads to see in the town below, th...
Enjoyed here lovely town fantastic views Downside steep slope up to it plenty rest places tho definitely worth it knowledgeble
Limestone Way / Bradford River Walk Youlgreave
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Youlgreave
We did 15-20 km walks each day from the old church in Youlgreave, exploring the woods, hills, and fields with views of 15 km or more in all directions.
Not much nature on view sadly, probably all the dogs leaping around in the water, but still a lovely walk over a fairly even surface.
The Devonshire Dome Buxton 9.0 mi away
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
I visited it on the "Discover Buxton" Victorian Tram Tour - a one hour guided tour of Buxton's landmarks & iconic buildings.
Interesting and beautiful place, even has a bistro on site plus beauty treatments.
St. Anne's Church Buxton 4.2 mi away
#4 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
Nine Ladies Stone Circle Matlock 5.3 mi away
#8 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Its a lovely walk with nice views, lots of different trails up on the Moor.
An ancient site in a lovely location.
Millers Dale Viaduct Buxton 4.3 mi away
#5 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
A very special place, with absolutely stunning views in both directions high over the waters of the River Wye, which is meandering its way down form Buxton to join the River derwent at Rowsley.
... stone crushing building dating back to the turn of the 19th centuryThe station spans the road and the view down gives you the real perpective of how difficult it must have been to build such bridges back in th...
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Matlock Farm Park Matlock 8.1 mi away
#7 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
There was play equipment dotted around the site and my sons enjoyed the swings, bouncy castle and tractor ‘race track’ which was £1 for about 3-4 laps.
Nice staff and good food, which we ate in the sunny outdoors with great views across the park.
Peak District Lead Mining Museum Matlock Bath 9.3 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock Bath
The museum gives a comprehensive view of lead mining in the Peak District which was a key industry for centuries.
Little John's Grave Hathersage
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Hathersage
Little John's grave is clearly signposted and the site itself is exceedingly well maintained as is the rest of the churchyard.
views of the surrounding hills and the church itself is lovely.
Magpie Mines Bakewell
#7 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
On our first day of arriving in sheldon for a 4 day break we walked over to magpie mines, we found the site very interesting and intruiging, especially the depth of the mines.
What a surprise, we spent an hour wandering around, enjoying the peace, history and beautiful views.
Cromford Canal Matlock 10.1 mi away
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Beautiful canal , Cromford mills visited , so can do a combined visit , canal has a shop as well, there is a nice cafe at the canal in Cromford opposite to the mill Nice walk with beautiful views , recommended to...
We were looked after by very knowledgeable and friendly volunteers and were also able to view the living quarters at the rear of the boat and marvel at how a family was able to live quite comfortably in such a sma...
St Ann's Well Buxton 9.0 mi away
#3 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
This well and it's small building in which water flows constantly has been in use since 1940 although there's been a well on the site from 1780.
Nice site, well worth a visit.
Lovers' Walk, Matlock Bath Matlock Bath 9.2 mi away
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock Bath
... want a stroll along the river or take the kids on the park or feel aventuras and take the many steps up you will find yourself high above Matlock Bath ,the prize for all your effort are the most stunning views.
Lovely walk and a beautiful place lots to see around view was amazing we sat and had ice cream and was lucky to have gorgeous weather