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#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Tideswell
Beautiful church in the centre of Tideswell - well worth a visit inside and in the grounds which have headstones from the 18th century.
The tree lined avenue to the main door provides a wonderful background for wedding photographs.Well tended grounds.We were lucky to be sightseeing whilst the organist was playing.
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Tideswell

St. Anne's Church

Buxton, UK 1.7 mi away
#4 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
The church is believed to be the oldest building in Buxton with a long history and great atmosphere, Its about 400 years old and although Anglican it is very high church with the Stations of the Cross depicted rou...
We visited this beautiful little church when on the Victorian Tram excursion, it was such a lovely surprise.
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks 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...
Lots of moving insights into the plague story, but also interesting background on the history of plague and on other aspects of the village's history, from geology to WW1 to recent "local characters".

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Ashford-in-the-Water 4.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ashford-in-the-Water
The gardens were just glorious and lots of variety in planting set within beautiful views of the countryside.
If you are out for a walk on the Monsal Trail, you might just come upon Thornbridge Hall if you are walking in the direction of Monsal Head.

Millers Dale Viaduct

Buxton, UK 1.8 mi away
#5 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
You could access Deep Dale by following the Monsal trail from Millers Dale Viaduct to the Wye Valley car park but as the days are short at this time of year and we wanted to explore so we decided to drive to the e...
This is a lovely area to go for a walk and it's a popular place for hikers as well as cyclists.
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#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
Went to exam village which has got so much history and a great and sad story behind it , the church graveyard includes graves going back to the seventeenth century and inside of the church includes documents relat...
I would recommend that this is the only way to learn and see so much of this Church and churchyard otherwise you may miss some of the facts and interesting features like the sundial and the story of the two Rector...

Mam Tor

Hope 5.3 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Hope
It's easy to climb and with the added bonus of great pubs on either side of the hill in both Castleton and Edale, be sure to pop in after your walk and grab some food, some fantastic cute country pubs here.
... driving up through Castleton and up Winnats Pass (or for free on the road next to the car park), if you want a longer walk you can park in Castleton and walk up Winnats Pass, past Speedwell Cavern up to Mam Tor.
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#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.

Castleton Walk

Castleton 4.8 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
Castleton has gorges, hidden dales, little streams full of trout and bird life, a castle on a hill above the village, lovely old shops and buildings, lots of caves and mines to visit and apparently Peak Cavern has...
We walked from Hope to Castleton- a beautiful village to walk round- some amazing views- lots to explore- good pubs- a great pace.
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Peveril Castle

Castleton 4.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
... 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, the pubs and pub grub again are worth the visit.
Wonderful views over Castleton and a well preserved Castle xx Thank you English Heritage xx

The Devonshire Dome

Buxton, UK 6.0 mi away
#2 of 15 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.
Well worth a visit this incredible structure now part of the University of Derby is open to the public and has a coffee bar

Jacob's Ladder

Edale 6.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Edale
A great little climb up some stony steps will reward you with some stunning views of the valley below and the mountains surrounding you, including Kinder Scout and its numerous wonderful ridge line rock formations.
... 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.

All Saints Church

Bakewell 6.0 mi away
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
a must when visiting Bakewell, there is amazing history with this beautiful Church, stones etc from the viking, and fascinating tombs and memorials, check out the 17th century graffiti on the marble tombs.
Situated about 5 minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell this is a must see as it is free (charitable donation) and is a beautiful little church with great history dating back almost 1000 years with headstones re...

St Hugh's Church

Foolow, UK 2.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Foolow

Solomon's Temple

Buxton, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 15 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.
Leading up from the Poole’s cavern and via the woods of Buxton Country Park is the 1 mile hike up to Solomon’s Temple that provides you with dramatic vistas of Peak District.

St Ann's Well

Buxton, UK 6.0 mi away
#3 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
we went too this well when we were in buxton for the weekend the water is warm and you can drink it it is worth a visit
Lovely monument, free Buxton drinking water.

Little Longstone Congregational Chapel

Little Longstone, UK 4.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Little Longstone

Haddon Hall

Bakewell 7.8 mi away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
... very helpful and I would certainly recommend a visit to this lovely old house in particular to see the Tudor Kitchen but the whole house is a fantastic view back into the past with some amazing original features.
What a truly stunning place, steeped in history and fascinating to read the information from previous centuries about the families who lived there and then more recently about the restoration of it.