Visit Peak District & Derbyshire

The Peak District and Derbyshire has a diverse and vibrant visitor economy, the area has a wide variety of accommodation and visitor attractions including historic houses and castles, heritage railways, trams, caves and caverns, family fun attractions, exciting experiences and activities, quality cafés, bars and restaurants as well as a wide variety of retail.

Visit the Peak District and Derbyshire and discover a place of wild peaks and rugged moorland with views that stretch forever. A place of chocolate-box villages nestling in gentle countryside, with the prettiest cottages and dogs lazing by the pub fire. Explore country houses, castles and the stateliest of stately homes, and find the most welcoming market towns, with quality independent shops and delicious local food and drink.

This is the home of Britain’s original National Park and the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. A place to refresh and recharge, with adventures to suit everyone from gentle ramblers to adrenaline junkies. Discover hiking, biking and beauty spots galore. Enjoy festival days (whatever the weather), country shows, eccentric traditions and the loudest Bhangra nights.

Getting to the Peak District and Derbyshire has never been easier. At the heart of the UK and just 90 minutes by train from London, it’s easily accessible from all corners of the UK.

This handy leaflet and map will help visitors plan their day out in the Peak District and Derbyshire. Its full of attractions and local pubs and restaurants. With plenty on offer in the region, whether you’re an adventure seeker, a history buff, a transport enthusiast or a nature lover you’ll be spoilt for choice. Popular attractions can be very busy, especially in the summer months so it’s always best to plan ahead to avoid disappointment.