Accessible Days Out in Derbyshire

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Map of Derbyshire

Derby Museums

The Strand, Derby DE1 1BS, UK


Conkers, Rawdon Road, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Swadlincote, UK

Gullivers Kingdom

Gulliver's Kingdom, Temple Walk, Matlock Bath, UK

Renishaw Hall

Renishaw Hall & Gardens, Chesterfield, UK

Matlock Farm Park

Matlock Farm Park, Jaggers Lane, Matlock, UK

Kedleston Hall

Kedleston Hall, Derby, UK

Derby Cathedral

Derby Cathedral, Iron Gate, Derby, UK

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House, Bakewell, UK

Bakewell Old House Museum

Old House Museum, Cunningham Place, Bakewell, UK

County Information

Derbyshire is a county in the East Midlands of England. A large part of the Peak District National Park is to be found there. The north of the county features the bleak moorlands of the Peak District and the southern tip of the magnificent Penines, whilst the rolling countryside of the south is better known for its mining and engineering industries. Derbyshire’s county town is Derby, and other major towns include Chesterfield, Matlock and Buxton.

Prehistoric remains in the county include the important Paleolithic site at Creswell Crags and the early Bronze Age site Arber Low, near Youlgreave. The town of Buxton began as a Roman spa town called Aquae Armemetiae.

Derbyshire attracts many tourists because of its beautiful countryside particularly to the north, and it is also known for its many great houses which date from the 15th Century onward. These include Bolsover, Chatsworth, Haddon, Hardwick, Sudbury and Sutton Scarsdale. There are also many architecturally important small houses, and picturesque towns and villages.

More Accessible Days Out in the East Midlands

If you are looking for more Accessible Days Out in the East Midlands , there is something for everyone across the region. Please click on one of the counties below: