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#1 of 7 things to do in Eyam
At 10 am we were the first in to explore the details of the plaque & the men of the village who gave there lives in the Great War A great welcome & the exhibits were well presented & a small shop to conclude the v...
I visited here as a child with school to learn about the bubonic plague and the stories origins have always stayed with me,thanks to this well preserved village full of valuable history and insight into how it aff...
#2 of 7 things to do in Eyam
In the church, a beautiful and typically English setting, is a further memorial and a beautiful book with the names of those who perished.
The history of the bravery and sacrifice of the village, protecting the surrounding villages from the plague, is preserved in the beautiful windows.

Monsal Trail

Bakewell, UK 4.3 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
Fantastic well maintained and accessible path, really opens up some of the most beautiful countryside for people of all abilities, with plenty of places to park, rest, eat, drink and relax along the way
The view is fantastic the waterfalls and the by dock is a must see for photography great picnic and the pub near the parking lot reasonable enough for a pint of beer while enjoying the view!
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Treak Cliff Cavern

Castleton 6.7 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Castleton
... and very friendly - the tour was long enough to entertain the whole family without tiring the kids - dogs ae welcome which is an extra bonus for us and the gift shop has varied and reasonably priced items.
The whole experience was delightful the young girl that conducted the tour was lovely,very knowledgable and gave everybody time to take photos and get their breath after a few steep climbs .
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Ladybower Reservoir

Bamford 6.0 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Bamford
We had a fab time, lots of different terrains: woodland, field, footpath, water..happy dog, lovely weather, lovely views, great day out.
Excellent walks with amazing views after a climb out of the valley and then back down to Derwent and Ladybower to walk back to the car park.
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Longshaw Estate

Peak District National Park, UK 3.5 mi away
#17 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
It is National Trust land which comprises woodland walks and the opportunity to walk across managed grassland with grazing sheep surrounded by a panoramic view of upland moors.
A lovely (if wet and windy - thanks to Storm Dennis) walk alongside a rushing, swollen river, we enjoyed the sights and sounds and our dogs ran about happily.

Bakewell Old House Museum

Bakewell, UK 4.9 mi away
#2 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
Set on a hill behind the church (also worth a visit), the house is fascinating in its own right, but it's also packed with fascinating artefacts from all periods.
A house, with so much history, that was saved from demolition by the local historical society and then brought back to life for us all to marvel at.
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Mam Tor

Hope 5.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do 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..….
... from the top are great we spent a few hours walking along and thoroughly enjoyed it,parking was easy lots of spaces even though it was busy highly recommend as a day out with the kids to have a picnic at the top.
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The Church Inn

Chelmorton, UK 7.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chelmorton
we stayed at a cottage belonging to this fab pub, couldnt fault any of it, the cottage was amazing and had everything you could wish for, the pub had a lovely atmosphere, great bar staff and friendly locals and th...
Been to this lovely little village pub for Sunday dinner it was excellent good choice of food there is a menu to look at or a big special board with a good selection off dishes you certainly get plenty for your mo...

River Wye

Bakewell, UK 3.7 mi away
#4 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
The river makes for a picturesque setting for the cricket field adjoining the town centre and provides many an elegant rest or picnic stop along it's path to boot.
... its also right next to two good chip shops.There is a pub just across the water but only the garden is dog friendly.Despite the sandwich and chip wrappings its a lovely clean healthy location and a must when i...

Chatsworth House

Bakewell, UK 4.6 mi away
#6 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
There’s a brilliant adventure playground, acres and acres of gorgeously landscaped gardens with plenty of activities for the kids and stimulating sculptures and art work and then in the house there is currently a...
A wonderful family home steeped in history, amazing gardens to wander around at your leisure and just up the road a brilliant farm shop full of delicious goodies.
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Ridge Walk Mam Tor to Losehill

Castleton 7.3 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Castleton
... in the Peak District then it is a must for you.. Mam Tor offers great views and a very easy to follow walking route down from Castleton, up to the summit of Mam Tor and then across into the village of Hope.
Walks for all abilities - simply from the NT car park up to the top of Mam Tor peak to take in the views or to carry on and follow the ridge all along and descend into Castletown for a walk around.

Bike Garage

Bamford 4.0 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Bamford

Mayfield Alpacas

Sheffield, UK 6.3 mi away
#32 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
Last time I came, there were just a few alpacas and the odd llama and sheep, now they have all sorts; reindeer, meerkats, Shetland ponies, pigs, a red fox, tarantulas, prairie dogs, degus, the list goes on!
The small animal enclosure and reptiles was fantastic and big shout out to Neile who helped show us around at the small animals Such as the meerkat and tarantula well worth the money and fab cafe

Peak Cavern

Castleton 6.0 mi away
#6 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Had a wonderful visit to Peak Cavern, a Short walk from the village to the cavern and a very impressive sight as you arrive, tour and rope making demonstration really informative by very knowledgeable friendly staff.
We usually find it very hard to find things to do on holidays with our little dog but our little man was allowed to explore the caves with us! Would most definitely recommend to everyone!

Hathersage Swimming Pool

Hathersage 3.2 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Hathersage
A wonderful outside pool set back in a wonderful small village.
A great cafe on site as well.


Edale 3.8 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Edale
Paul was a great teacher and very knowledgeable about the area, making for a very pleasant day.
Paul never made me feel bad for stopping, watching, taking photos,being in the moment.

Grindleford Community Shop

Grindleford 1.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Grindleford
We have been a couple of times and it just lovely, drinks and cake spot on and you sit in the church grounds, simple and enchanting, a lovely place to relax before you continue on your journey.
Sitting outside the community shop cafe enjoying tasty coffee & delicious pastries.

Millers Dale Viaduct

Buxton, UK 5.4 mi away
#10 of 26 things to do in Buxton
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Speedwell Cavern

Castleton 6.4 mi away
#7 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Fantastic trip - Ben a brilliant guide- informative relaxed and funny- certainly put you at your ease - boat trip was great - loved the cavern and the additional detail the guide shared with us - very knowledgable...
Great to go on a trip through these spectacular caverns thoroughly inspiring and great guide who made the journey even more enjoyable

Blue John Cavern

Castleton 6.9 mi away
#5 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Very knowledgeable and patient Chris guided a small group of us through these fantastic caves and we were amazed by the sights.
This is a great visit and very informative about blue John and the caverns are amazing.

Peveril Castle

Castleton 5.9 mi away
#8 of 16 things to do in Castleton
After an exhilarating climb which takes about 15 mins from the village depending on your level of fitness, and composition of your party, you arrive at the castle and ward.
I think, really, that I'd choose Peveril Castle to be honest, that gift shop packs some grand attire, I for one love grabbing a cloth knights hat and whacking my mate with a pointy wooden sword.

Little John's Grave

Hathersage 3.5 mi away
#4 of 10 things to do in Hathersage
Bit of a climb up to the church from the village but we’ll worth the effort.great

Bakewell Visitor Centre

Bakewell, UK 4.9 mi away
#12 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
The centre sells some lovely gifts and is a definite place to visit if needing some help finding you way around Derbyshire.
Good selection of walking maps and little locally produced gifts.

Surprise View

Hope 3.3 mi away
#3 of 6 things to do in Hope
I found a terrific circle walk on the internet featuring Higger Tor, Carl Wark hill fort, Burbage Broom, the National Trust Longshaw Estate, and Padley Gorge.
There is so much to look at here, amazing views from every direction, huge rocks jutting up out of the ground, random millstones, heather, ferns, and on the way back (or if you exit the car park on foot from the f...