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#1 of 4 things to do in Hartington
A sweet little shop with a wonderful variety of cheeses and enjoyed trying something out of the ordinary when along with some delicious stilton and brie I got some sticky toffee cheddar - yum!! Would highly recomm...
... and different cheeses to choose from,this is a must to visit and it's always busy ,Hartington itself is well worth a visit very beautiful.I recommend the Mature Cheddar its gorgeous but plenty to choose from.
#4 of 4 things to do in Hartington
What more can I say, stunning windows and perched beautifully overlooking the village.
Set high overlooking the village.

White Peak Distillery

Ambergate, UK 14.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Ambergate
We were warmly welcomed, had a fascinating tour from highly knowledgeable head distiller Shaun and a generous tasting session at the end.
A very warm welcome from Max and a truly passionate tour with Head Distiller Sean (sp?) Was followed by a generous tasting session in a very warm firelit space.

The Silk Museum & Paradise Mill

Macclesfield, UK 15.3 mi away
#2 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
Two hours in the excellent museum gave us a great insight into this town, its industrial heritage and the silk industry more widely.
... in all probability we got the right royal treatment/.The silk ties we bought in the main entrance coffee shop delighted us and the female staff member was a charming person and the after-noon tea she served us...

Treak Cliff Cavern

Castleton 14.1 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 Cavern is beautiful and it is so nice to see so many bits of Blue John in the mined cave and the natural formations in the natural cave.
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Buxton Opera House

Buxton, UK 9.3 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Buxton
... was amazing the Opera House is a little GEM -what a wonderful building the inside is stunning the residents of Buxton are certainly very lucky to have so many volunteers supporting this wonderful operation.
We've been going to shows at the Opera House since the 1980s and it's always a fantastic experience - Fascinating Aida yesterday ( seen in Buxton on numerous occasions ), but lots of visits to the Buxton Festival,...

Bakewell Old House Museum

Bakewell 7.4 mi away
#2 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
amazing little gem of a museum tooked away in a small peak district village in a tiny side street a wealth of history in every room
I would recommend a visit if you are in Bakewell, it’s a short walk from the town centre, but note it is up a steep hill, but it is a nice walk.
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The Church Inn

Chelmorton 6.2 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...
Came here after a very long walk , we met a few of the locals who are very friendly and everyone seems very happy and content, the bar staff were polite and friendly and the booze and food were lovely.

Edward and Vintage

Tissington 5.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Tissington
Such a charming little sweet shop, really feel like you've stepped back in time..the gentlemen that served us was lovely and helpful, we bought some delicious fudge and sweets and even treats for our little dog!
Called in this lovely old fashioned sweet shop during our cycle around Tissington. Lovely and quaint from the outside we were served by a really friendly guy and the choice of forgotten childhood sweets was amazin...

Scarthin Books

Cromford, UK 10.5 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Cromford
Located in what was likely a former private residence, over three floors, the various themed rooms (art, history, geography, music, fiction, etc.) are packed with excellent reading material.
Good range of new and huge number of second hand books in a lovely old building with excellent cafe within the maze of floors and rooms.

Wild Park Derbyshire

Brailsford, UK 14.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Brailsford
It was an amazing experience definitely a return visit: I cannot commend or praise the staff highly enough and the beauty and open space of the acres of land you are privileged to utilise invaluable.
We spent over an hour out in the acres of fields and on the tracks, up and down hills, through the woods and it was truly a great unforgettable experience and we would highly recommend it.
#2 of 26 things to do in Buxton
Great place to visit, we had a very knowledgeable guide,the caves are amazing and are lit really well and with the guides torch you can see a lot, a real gem and well worth a visit
... up the Woodland Trail to the viewpoint known as Solomons Temple at the summit of Grin Low Hill, just a 20 minute walk from Poole's Cavern, for a panoramic view of the town & surrounding Peak District countryside.
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The Devonshire Dome

Buxton, UK 9.3 mi away
#5 of 26 things to do in Buxton
The Dome is now the building belonging to Derby University but the public can enter to see the impressive dome which, when it was first constructed in 1881, was the largest unsupported dome in the world and still...
Well worth a visit this incredible structure now part of the University of Derby is open to the public and has a coffee bar

Peak Mountaineering

Castleton 14.2 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Nepal was my ultimate trekking location which gave me everything I expected…lots of excitement: rock falls, avalanche, steep slopes, suspension bridges and beautiful sights: high mountains, lush green terraces, ru...
... the techniques learned were placed in context with real world anecdotes and examples, and the practical sessions (outdoors in the muddy field!) tested the classroom learning but did so with lightness and humour.

Buxton Museum and Art Gallery

Buxton, UK 9.1 mi away
#6 of 26 things to do in Buxton
The history of the Peak District is laid out in an informative time line with a number of beautiful and appropriate objects, there are videos of (for example) the construction of a flint axe and the chance for chi...
Amazing exhibits in this small museum, well worth a visit, child friendly, lots to see and do, will keep children and grown ups engage for a time.
#1 of 7 things to do in Eyam
Pre history, mining history, shoe making and the first world war are all covered in detail making it an incredible source of knowledge and all for £3 entry!
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.
Eyam is well worth a visit and to get a real appreciation of the history of this unfortunate village please go into this church where you will get a real sense of those dark days!

The Northern Light Cinema

Wirksworth, UK 10.6 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
I've been going to the Northern Lights Cinema for many years and enjoyed evening tapas before a film, but since they have extended their opening hours and menu I can highly reccommend a light lunch before an after...
And located in what must be the nicest small market town in the Derbyshire Dales and Peak District, Wirksworth.

Peak District Lead Mining Museum

Matlock Bath, UK 10.3 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Matlock Bath
The Museum also has a small cafe and a gift shop in the entrance foyer, the gift shop has many; informative books on the Peak District, Mining related books, Rocks and Minerals and other related gifts available to...
... all summer holidays we decided to give it a go and but we both loved it here There is lots of stuff for the children to do, Hands on activities, dressing up, games etc and the climbing of the shafts and tunnels!

Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop

Pilsley 9.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Pilsley
... supervisor was trying her best to make sure Everyone was happy , had the full breakfast , all locally sourced , was lovely, fresh orange juice tasted amazing , and beautiful views overlooking the Peak District .
The farm sop at Chatsworth is such a wonder land of Christmas delights, visit if you can, they have so many different things for the making of a lovely Christmas, staff are great

Tissington Hall

Tissington 5.8 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Tissington
Our tour ended in the library, where we enjoyed a scrumptious cream tea with Sir Richard, who true to form kept us entertained with many a tale of the happenings at Tissington.
Having just arrived in England, for a 3 week holiday, we headed out to Tissington, what a beautiful village and Hall!! Had the most wonderful visit to Tissington Hall, wonderful lunch at the local cafe/bakery and...

All Saints Church

Bakewell 7.4 mi away
#5 of 24 things to do 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.
Well worth a visit.

The Cathedral of the Peak

Tideswell 9.7 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do 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.
Well worth visiting and taking time to read the various local projects that are central to the Community supporting this beautiful place of worship.

The Feather Star

Wirksworth, UK 10.6 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
... small market town with a brilliant community and definitely worthy of its nic name 'Gem of the Peak' Nestled nicely in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales and only 5-10 mins and your in the heart of the Peak District.
The landlady was very welcoming and after getting a pint of one of the guest ales which was excellent we chatted to her, one of the locals and a couple of walkers also on holiday.

St Giles Catholic Church

Cheadle, UK 13.1 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Cheadle
Pugin gem....you will find this church just off the town centre, large motif on the main door, entry through the arch side door, put a £1 in the slot and wait to be astounded...a riot of colour beautiful tiled flo...
There's no need for refreshments as the town centre is nearby.

Gawsworth Hall

Gawsworth, UK 15.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Gawsworth
What a fantastic show set in the most beautiful surroundings ,take a picnic enjoy a show sip a little lol champagne ,now that is why this maybe heaven ..Take a tour round the house and see the legacy of a truly fa...
Great place to visit for the day, beautiful house and gardens and the family that own the house really are so lovely - very hands on and helpful too.

Sir Richard Arkwright's Masson Mills

Matlock Bath, UK 10.5 mi away
#4 of 13 things to do in Matlock Bath
Matlock Bath is well worth a visit with charming shops, the River Derwent running through, The Heights of Abraham (amazing) and be sure to visit Masson Mill possible the finest surviving cotton mill in the world.
I absolutely love visiting this old mill,it has a car park on the top & also a very large one underneath the smaller one.It has 4 floors of all sorts from bedding,men's,Ladies & children's wear to a large selectio...

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

Wirksworth, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Wirksworth
Must check the weather because this train ride is best enjoyed on a beautiful warm summer day when you can sit back and enjoy the stunning countryside which it passes through.
The best part of the day though was saved for the afternoon, a drive of the class 31 loco The day was expertly led by the two volunteers, sorry the names escape me but I think the driver was Graham and guide was R...

David Mellor Design

Hathersage 14.3 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Hathersage
This is really worth a visit to see the development of silversmithing over the years and who knew that such a talented artist designed the traffic light system used in Britain today.
And fascinating display of the street furniture designed by DM - the stuff you take for granted but he helped transform the look of this country after 2WW, even with something as ordinary as traffic lights.

Strutt's North Mill

Belper, UK 15.5 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Belper
The guided tour took about an hour and was very interesting and Tony knew his stuff and was happy to answer any questions we had and encouraged us to take the heritage trail around the town which takes in the mill...
The volunteers here will guide you with information about other places to visit in the area- however it is advisable to look for information and plan your visit so that you don’t miss the organised walks, talks, p...