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Derbyshire Heritage Walks

Derbyshire Heritage Walks provides guided walks with a history theme in the Peak District National Park and around other areas of Derbyshire. All of the walks are led by an experienced guide who is an expert in the subject of the ... read more
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All Saints' Church, Kedleston

Spectacular Memorials and Norman Monsters All Saints' church is all that remains of the Medieval village of Kedleston, razed in 1759 by Sir Nathaniel Curzon to make way for the magnificent Kedleston Hall.Today, the hall is a beautiful National T... read more
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Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site

Take a journey back to an age when Britain held centre-stage as the world's first industrial nation - to a place where water power was first successfully harnessed for textile production - a milestone in the Industrial Revolution. Amid breathtaking countryside in th... read more
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Midland Railway - Butterley

A Standard Gauge Railway Running Steam and Diesel Hauled Passenger Trains with a Museum Dedicated to the Midland Railway. A day out for the whole family with model and miniature railways, a country park and heritage steam and diesel locomotives ope... read more
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£10 to £15

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Ogston Reservoir

Ogston Reservoir is owned and managed by Severn Trent Water and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Apart from the Reservoir there is a variety of other habitats including farmland and woodland, boasting many species of birds, including spring and... read more
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The National Heritage Corridor

Derbyshire has one of the richest industrial heritages in the world and is acknowledged as the 'cradle of the Industrial Revolution'. The Derwent Valley's designation as The National Heritage Corridor serves to further acknowledge its status as a unique and valuable lo... read more
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Pottery Tours & Painted Ware

Enjoy a Fully Guided Tour at Denby Tours at Denby are conducted in the working factory by experienced Tour Guides who explain how the pottery is made. There’s a choice of Tours – choose the Craftroom Tour,if you have ... read more
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£5 to £10

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Riddings Pottery

Take a visit to Riddings Pottery in Derbyshire, and you will be warmly welcomed by John Rivers and Pat Smith. Riddings is an old mining village, close to Matlock, and the Peak District, half way between Nottingham and Derby. John uses... read more
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RIPLEY

Located within the Strutt's North Mill, an extensive range of information can be found at the Tourist Information Point. Accommodation information is available from Touch Screen Kiosk. Located within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. The Derwent Valley Visitor Centre provid... read more
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Shipley Country Park

Shipley Country Park is near Derby and Nottingham and offers 700 acres of attractive and varied landscape. The park has earned the Green Flag Award for its quality greenspace provision every year since 2008. The Green Flag Award is the nati... read more
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