Discover historic mills, stately homes and a variety of museums to explore.
Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site is a fascinating series of historic mill complexes.
Chatsworth home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is renowned for its rich history and array of art and its garden.
Cromford Mills, home of Sir Richard Arkwright and part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.
Museum of Making at Derby Silk Mill, celebrates the area’s rich history of innovation.
Derby Museum and Art Gallery displays of paintings and artifacts of both local and international importance.
Strutt’s North Mill tells the story of Belper's former cotton spinning industry
Ecclesbourne Valley Railway heritage trains connect with the Derwent Valley Line at Duffield for a scenic ride to Wirksworth.
Peak Rail steam trains operate from platform 2 at Matlock Station to Darley Dale and Rowsley.
Crich Tramway Village offers unlimited tram rides along a unique period street.
Great British Car Journey takes you on a 100 year journey of British car companies.
Nottingham Castle retells the epic story of Robin Hood and this rebellious city.
Haddon Hall is one of the most significant and oldest heritage destinations in the country, with a remarkable tapestry and furniture collection.
Peak District Mining Museum explores the world of a Derbyshire Lead Miner with panning for gold and numerous artefacts.
Cromford Canal is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is a haven for water vole
Cromford Canal Narrow Boat Cruises operate the historic narrow boat Birdswood.
High Peak Junction is home some of the earliest railway buildings in the world.