Wingfield Manor

Vistors to Wingfield Manor are welcome! However, as the manor is located on private land you much first get in touch with the custodians ‘English Heritage’. Out of respect for the owner’s privacy, visits are arranged for small groups that meet-up at the entrance for a designated time.

Poole’s Cavern Buxton

…beneath the earth with expert guides, explore the vast limestone caverns see how crystal stalactites have lined the chambers over millions of years. Stroll through beautiful woodland trails to a panoramic Peak District hilltop viewpoint.

Cresswell Crags Museum And Visitor Centre

Creswell Crags was among the most northerly places on earth to have been visited by our ancient ancestors. A story that is unique on a European and World scale. All of the caves are protected by metal grills to preserve the rare archaeological deposits that remain inside.

Crich Tramway Museum

Come and experience a trip back in time, to the home of the National Tramway Museum, at Crich Tramway Village, which is suitable for all ages.

Heights of Abraham – Matlock Bath

Originally the Heights of Abraham was only accessible to visitors who could scale the steep slopes of Masson Hill. Moreover, in 1984 Britain’s first alpine style cable car transport system was installed.

Speedwell Cavern – Castleton

You can enter the inner world of the underground cave system in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Then absorb the atmosphere as a watery silence echoes all around you.

Buxton Opera House

Buxton Opera House is one of Britain’s leading receiving theatres, presenting around 450 performances each year including dance, concerts, musicals, drama, comedy, pantomime and opera.

Blue John Cavern – Castleton

The Blue John Cavern at Castleton in the Peak District is world-famous? Moreover, it’s home to eight of the fourteen known varieties of Blue John stone. Its a beautiful and ornamental fluor-spar. Blue John mineral has been mined here for centuries.