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Chesterfield Tourist Information Centre

Chesterfield is perhaps most famous for the distinctive Crooked Spire that dominates its skyline. Stories abound as to why it twisted, but its unusual shape is thought to have been triggered by green timber covered with heavy lead tiles. Whatever the truth, the base of the spire of the Parish Church of St Mary's and All Saints is a great place to get a panoramic view across the town and beyond.

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Crich Tramway Village

Experience the fascinating Woodland Walk & Sculpture Trail, which winds its way back to the village, or remain on the tram and be dropped off outside The Red Lion Pub and Tearooms, before visiting the fascinating Exhibitions and Workshop Viewing Gallery.  There are also picnic areas and indoor and outdoor play areas to keep the children entertained.

For more details Tel: 01773 854321 or visit   


Denby Pottery Village

Spend quality time at the home of Denby, our welcoming Pottery Village with its great selection of shops, coffee shop and wealth of family-friendly activities to enjoy. Shop tableware, serveware, glassware, accessories and cookware with up to 60% off RRP.
Go on a factory tour and visit the craft studio. Group bookings welcome Free coach parking and driver incentives Denby Pottery Village Derby road , Denby, Derbyshire DE5 8NX Tel: 01773 740 799

Heights of Abraham

Take a spectacular cable car ride to the Heights of Abraham, a unique hill top park.  At the summit you have free access to underground tours of 2 famous Show Caverns, Exhibitions, Woodland Walks, shops, Vista Restaurant & Bar all with stunning views across the Derwent Valley.

Melbourne Hall

The house has a chequered and unusually well-documented history, and all centuries from the 16th to the 20th have left their mark on the fabric. This combined with the fact that Melbourne remains a

lived-in family home, accounts for its warm, welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. It stands in an idyllic setting at the east end of the village overlooking the 20 acre mill pool. Passers-by get little more tha a fleeting glimpse, because its principal aspects are south and east towards the parkland and gardens, while the courtyards and outbuildings separate it from the village to the noth and west.

Royal Crown Derby

Why not visit the Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre and experience the heritage, see the artists at work on a factory tour, view one of the largest fine bone china collections in the museum, experience the latest exhibition and relax in the 1750 Tea Room before having the opportunity to purchase from the onsite retail shop.  Group bookings with coach parking welcome.


For a great day out, visit the Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre. 194 Osmaston Road, Derbyshire DE23 8JZ Tel: 01332 712833 or go to for all details.

The American Adventure
Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 5SX
Tel: 01773 531521  Web:


Chesterfield Market
Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1AH
Tel: +44 (0)1246 345777/8


Chesterfield Tourist Information Centre
Rykneld Square, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1SB
Tel: 01246 345777/ 8 Web:


Crich Tramway Village,
Crich,Matlock,Derbyshire,DE4 5DP Tel: 01773 854321



Denby pottery visitor centre
Derby road , Denby, Derbyshire DE5 8NX
Tel: 01773 740799 Web:

The District of Bolsover Tourism
Leisure & Tourism Services, Sherwood Lodge, Council Offices,

Bolsover, Derbyshire, S44 6NF
Tel: 01246 242320 Web: 

Haddon Hall
Nr Bakewell, Derbyshire
Tel: 01629 812855 Web:  

The Heights Of Abraham
Matlock Bath, Derbyshire DE4 3PT
Tel: 01629 582365 

Judith Mary Canel Boats
Whaley Bridge, High Peak, Derbyshire
Tel:01663 732408 - Mobile:07540 895615

Peak District
Pavilion Gardens, St Johns Road,

Buxton,  Derbyshire, SK17 6XN

Tel: 01298 28400


Peak Village
Chatsworth Road, Rowsley, Derbyshire, E4 2JF
Tel: 01629 735326 Web:  

Renishaw Hall & Gardens
Renishaw, Nr Sheffield, Derbyshire, S21 3WB 
Tel: 01246 432310 Web:

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