Matlock radiates out from Crown Square and Hall Leys Park by the River Derwent. The former spa town, has a variety of independent, high street and vintage retro shops, cafés, and restaurants. Hall Leys Park is home to colourful floral displays, bandstand, boats, mini train and play area with paddling pool, or take a trip on Peak Rail’s steam trains or enjoy an escape experience in the Deception Rooms.
The Peak District’s picturesque landscape, grand stately homes and traditional villages are just a short bus ride from Matlock, with services to Bakewell, Haddon Hall, Chatsworth and surrounding villages.
- Ticket Machine
- Step Free Access
- Toilets in bus interchange 20p
Did you know?
Between 1893 and 1927, a tram linked Crown Square with the Hydros at the top of Matlock Bank. Inspired by San Francisco, Matlock’s cable tramway had a 1 in 5 gradient and was probably the steepest in the world. The former tramway shelter is now situated at the entrance to Hall Leys Park.