Chatsworth home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is renowned for its rich history and array of art. The garden features historic and modern waterworks and sculptures and children can discover the working farmyard and woodland playground. Chatsworth is a 25 minute journey on bus 217 (Monday to Saturday) from Bakewell Road in Matlock.
Chatsworth home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is renowned for its rich history and array of art and its garden.
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Britain’s first National Park, with countless views to enjoy, hills to hike, stately homes and lovely villages.View
Cromford Mills, home of Sir Richard Arkwright and part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.View
Museum of Making at Derby Silk Mill, celebrates the area’s rich history of innovation.View
Derby Museum and Art Gallery displays of paintings and artifacts of both local and international importance.View
Strutt’s North Mill tells the story of Belper's former cotton spinning industryView
Ecclesbourne Valley Railway heritage trains connect with the Derwent Valley Line at Duffield for a scenic ride to Wirksworth.
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Great British Car Journey takes you on a 100 year journey of British car companies.View
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Attenborough Nature Reserve is an outstanding complex of flooded former gravel pits and islands providing exceptional wildlife habitat.View
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