Derby attractions

Derby attractions

DerbyDerby lies in Derbyshire, a county associated with the Peak District (as well as parts of Staffordshire, Yorkshire and Cheshire), while the northern part of the county overlaps into the Pennines. Wedged in between Manchester, Sheffield and Derby, the landscape comes in two forms with the harsh grey gritstone of the Dark Peak contrasting with the pale southern limestone hills of the White Peak. Here the deep-forested dales are populated with small stone villages, walking trails along former railway routes, complex cave systems and spectacular historic country houses, the seats of the Dukes of Devonshire and Rutland.

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Attractions Derby Cathedral, Iron Gate, DERBY, Derbyshire, DE1 3DY. Tel: 01332 341201. Guided Tours are available for pre-booked groups. Location: In the centre of Derby.

Derby Cathedral

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Attractions Derby Playhouse, Eagle Centre, DERBY, Derbyshire. Tel: 01332 363275. Comedies, musicals, classic and modern drama. Shows most evenings and matinee performances. Location: In the centre of Derby.

Derby Playhouse

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Attractions The Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Co Limited, 194 Osmaston Road, Derby, Derbyshire, DE23 8JZ. Tel: +44 (0) 1332 712800. With a museum, factory tours, a super factory shop and a restaurant serving a wide range of delicious food, a visit to Royal Crown Derby is a great day out. Location: In the centre of Derby.

Royal Crown Derby

Attractions Derby Gaol, 50 Friargate, Derby. Tel: 01332 299321. Derby Gaol is a working museum which is open to the public. Currently the Gaol has two cells: The Condemned Cell and the Debtor's Cell. overnight hire. Ghostwalks. Location: In the centre of Derby.

Derby Gaol

Elvaston Castle Country Park

Attractions Elvaston Castle Country Park - Borrowash Road, Derby, DE72 3EP. Set four miles south-east of the city of Derby is Elvaston Castle Country Park, a picturesque site featuring over 200 acres of woodlands, parkland and formal gardens. About 4 miles south of Derby.

Elvaston Castle Country Park

Attractions Calke Abbey, Ticknall, near Melbourne, Leicestershire, DE73 7LE. Tel: 01332 863822. Baroque mansion built in 1701-3 which has remained virtually unaltered since the death of the last baronet, Sir Vauncey Harpur- Crewe in 1924. Set in 750 acres of beautiful parkland, 18th century stable block, Gothic-style church, walled gardens and restaurant. National Trust. Charges apply. About 8 miles south of Derby.

Calke Abbey

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Other Attractions - Yorkshire attractions Nottinghamshire Attractions Leicestershire Attractions Staffordshire Attractions Cheshire Attractions. Also see Derby Derby travel Derby photos. Also Ashbourne hotels & Burton-on-Trent hotels.

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