The ethos at Calke Abbey is to ‘Repair not Restore’. Consequently, it’s promoted as ‘The un-stately home and country estate’. So, this may give the impression that it’s a ramshackle and dilapidated building. However, that’s not the case!
Set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District and located in Bakewell, Derbyshire the Old House Museum is a Tudor dwelling
The Buxton Museum & Art Gallery has some incredible collections for you to enjoy and is situated in Terrace Road, Buxton
Set in an amazing location, on the outskirts of Buxton, Derbyshire, Go Ape awaits you. In fact, you’ll be making your way through the beautiful Peak District National Park.
The National Stone Centre is located on the outskirts of Wirksworth in Derbyshire. It’s also situated very close to the High Peak Trail.
As Renishaw Hall is still the family home of the Sitwell family, it can only be viewed as a Guided Tour. The tour takes visitors around the ground floor and last’s for approximately 1 hour.
Kedleston Hall makes for a great day out for all the family. An impossing building currently in the care of the National Trust. The interior was designed specifically for entertaining and will certainly impress.
Visitors are welcome at Melbourne Hall which is located at the east end of the village of Melbourne in Derbyshire. It is the home of Lord and Lady Kerr which is probably why it has a warm and welcoming ambience. You will certainly be impressed with its decor.
St. Wyston’s Church is open to visitors throughout the year during daylight hours. However, it is closed whilst services are being conducted and also during some special events. Consequently, it may be prudent to check first. The church is steeped in history and is well worth a visit if you are in the area.