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Chesterfield Parish Church/Crooked Spire Chesterfield, UK 16.3 km away
#1 of 22 Sights & Landmarks in Chesterfield
... at the church, if you have the time and energy take the spire tour, around 150 steps to the top with a knowledgeable guide who tells you all about the history of the church and spire, great views from the top.
Well worth a visit & if you can get up the spiral tower the view is to die for I have lived in Chesterfield all my life and when people say that they know of the Crooked Spire it makes me very proud.
Thornbridge Hall Gardens Ashford-in-the-Water, UK
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ashford-in-the-Water
The prices are good, and again the staff are welcoming and efficient; there is plenty of seating inside, as well as on the terrace with its lovely views across the gardens.
Visited late September but it was a pleasant day (last day open next Thursday 29/9) Enjoyed the visit from the first awe inspiring view of the hall.
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
a great village worth spending some time here and learning the history of the village, a great place to walk round and visit the shops cafes and walk up the hill to see the Riley grave wonderful views over looking...
Thank you for removing them- at least they were not on view today.
Solomon's Temple Buxton, UK
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
The entrance we used was situated in between Poole's Cavern and Go Ape, up steps to a lovely walk through wood leading up to the lime kilns and then across to the the temple, fab views ...well worth a visit!
The Temple is popular with families, couples and walkers generally so there may be a little wait if you want to ascend, which is well worth it for the superb views!
Cromford Canal Matlock, UK
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Beautiful canal , Cromford mills visited , so can do a combined visit , canal has a shop as well, there is a nice cafe at the canal in Cromford opposite to the mill Nice walk with beautiful views , recommended to...
We were looked after by very knowledgeable and friendly volunteers and were also able to view the living quarters at the rear of the boat and marvel at how a family was able to live quite comfortably in such a sma...
Lumsdale Valley Matlock, UK
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
... Arkwright Society organises guided tours on the last Sunday of the month (see Arkwright Society web site for info) - I really enjoyed the walk with a friendly and knowledgeable guide and it was great value for...
Excellent walk along the river, lovely waterfalls and up into the hills with great views.
Our Cow Molly Dairy Farm & Ice Cream Shop Sheffield, UK 17.2 km away
#1 of 51 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
we love it here and live in the area so the milk is fresh and tasty, the ice creams are to die for, we always take big tubs home, wild cherry cheesecake is my fave, kids love panna cotta, lovely views, play area,...
great place to visit with young children or grandchildren you see the countryside a working farm you see animals there is a good play area and finish there is the excellent made on site ice cream in the ice cream...
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
There are many landmarks around the village marking the events and plaques on houses and cottages describing who lived there and who died and survived.
When visiting Eyam I would suggest you visit the museum first and then walk around the village visiting the sites you have just learnt all about.
Haddon Hall Bakewell, UK
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The garden in full bloom was so lovely to take a stroll in and on the higher spots you get a stunning view of the beautiful Peak District-hillside...An evening well spend and a must see for all Peak District-visit...
Spectacular views over the surrounding countryside, well laid out and pretty gardens, a wonderful Tea Room with very friendly and welcoming staff.
All Saints Church Bakewell, UK
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The grave yard was fascinating with some very old graves and some absolutely stunning views of the town and surrounding countryside.
Also once you walk up to the area just outside of the church, you get a panoramic view of the area around Bakewell and it's well worth the walk.
The Dome Buxton, UK
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
Now has a chain coffee bar so you can relax and enjoy the view.
I visited again morning of 29th April, and took some friends who were incredibly impressed with the wonder of this landmark building.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Tideswell
One of the lesser known options is a guided tour to the TOP of the bell tower, the views from the roof are amazing.
The views were fantastic!
Jacobs Ladder Edale, UK
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Edale
A strenuous climb on good paths is rewarded with great views of the Hope Valley and beyond.
It is a great ascent and provides a great view but it is one of the most tiring areas to walk in the Peak District.
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet Sheffield, UK 13.9 km away
#4 of 51 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
The site has such an interesting collection of workshops with original tools and wheels with some unique features too.
Phenomenal - like a first-hand view of the Industrial Revolution
Chatsworth House Bakewell, UK
#4 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
... ancient and modern), a maze and many little paths that meander up and down over several levels among trees, ponds and lots of little 'surprises' ( old grottos, seats overlooking lovely views etc) is a delight.
Great view of the house and the estate ,lots of interesting nooks and crannies for kids to explore there is a maze and wooded area beyond the more formal garden.So much to see with tunnels waterfalls, water canal...
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Castleton Walk Castleton, UK
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
The most superb views of the Castleton Village, great outdoors footpaths and it is perfectly located in the heart of the Peak District!!! Whatever you are walking, cycling or driving around the village you will fi...
great area for walking lovely views,very pretty village ,well worth the walking around , the view from the castle is great very impressive
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
A home on lease for the next few years at least to the National Trust, this house is a manageable scale to visit in tandem with the other Eyam village sites.
We enjoyed a good 2 hours walking the house, gardens & enjoying the on site craft shops.
Tissington Hall Tissington, UK
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Tissington
Recently a few of us booked for the invitation to view and we were all very impressed by the friendly and relaxed tour of the Hall with Sir Richard keeping us all entertained with stories and the history of the ha...
We must have looked a real site as we'd been soaked through and were not the most smartly dressed!
Cromford Mill Cromford, UK
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Cromford
As well as the mill we mooched round the shops within the mill, walked up Scarthin Rock, with great views of the mill and Willersely Castle, walked along the river to St Mary's church, walked along the canal and i...
There's lots to see at this World Heritage Site including the mill, craft shops, a nursery (plants), the canal, the beautiful St. Mary's Church, bird wayching, walking and very good food.
Lovers' Walk, Matlock Bath Matlock Bath, UK
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock Bath
A lovely easy walk along the river or you can take a steep hike and walk on the top which gives you lovely views.
... want a stroll along the river or take the kids on the park or feel aventuras and take the many steps up you will find yourself high above Matlock Bath ,the prize for all your effort are the most stunning views.
Matlock Meadows Matlock, UK
#5 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Relax while eating the cone of your choice and take in the great countryside views.
... and the best ice cream I have ever tasted.Made on the farm there are so many flavours to choose from and it tastes fantastic.There are also tubs to take home.Ample car parking is available on site.
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock Bath
St Ann's Well Buxton, UK
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Buxton
This holy well was a site of pilgrimage for the ancient Celts and Romans.
Important local landmark - and even more so during Well Dressing Festival
Matlock Farm Park Matlock, UK
#7 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Lots to see and do, really clean and well kept site and lots of space for the kids to run around!
Plenty of playgrounds scattered around the site for the kids to enjoy and if they still have lots of energy… try them on the bouncy castle .
Mam Tor Hope, UK
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Hope
... rugged path which leads back down into Castleton.The path across the ridge is quite good and paved in parts The views are amazing from the ridge, where you can see Jacobs Ladder in the distance and Kinder Scout.
Mam Tor is a high point (the trig point is 517 meters above sea level) that offers a panoramic view of the rolling Peak countryside.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Thorpe
This (Dovedale) is a beautiful piece of country with excellent views at all times,and should be added to anyones to do list.It is well participated (steer clear of Sunday) a flat walk with the accompaniment of the...
I enjoyed the view while waiting for help to arrive in form of first responders and then paramedics.
Peveril Castle Castleton, UK
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
Enjoyed here lovely town fantastic views Downside steep slope up to it plenty rest places tho definitely worth it knowledgeble
The site is historically fascinating and English Heritage keep it immaculately - the small entrance fee is well worth it to preserve such a priceless historical site.
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#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Ashbourne
The surrounding graveyard is kept as a wild meadow and quite a view during the spring.
Dropped in for a brief passing visit to view the Christmas tree festival.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Rowsley
The setting is idyllic too, and there's a great cafe, artisan workshops and tasteful gift shop on site.
The history and the engineering are well explained and the on site shop and cafe complement the visit.
Mayfield Alpacas Sheffield, UK 12.6 km away
#8 of 51 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
Had a good walk around the site, our granddaughter loved seeing the alpaca's and we were lucky to see staff feeding them in the far field, they were happy to talk to us and answer our questions, the alpaca's had a...
Just to note that the cafe and farm stop admissions after about 4pm. next door up the lane is a lovely pub also with sweeping views of the valley and city that are definitely worth a look.