The Peak District National Park is the the UKs oldest national park, celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. It offers some of the most stunning landscapes in the UK, from amazing countryside walks and scenic cycling trails, to spectacular rock climbing experiences and quaint country villages. There are endless things to do in the Peak District & Derbyshire.
The region has been significant throughout history and as such has a great range of heritage sites from prehistoric caves at Cresswell Craggs, to the infamous Chatsworth House – home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire since the 16th century.
The area is bursting with fascinating attractions so there are loads of things to do and places to visit, family friendly attractions and many historic houses and castles, heritage railways, museums, theatres and gardens.
The area also offers an eclectic food & drink offering to suit all tastes. here are plenty of fantastic farmers' markets and farm shops, passionate producers, local breweries, cosy pubs and great restaurants in Derbyshire and within the Peak District National Park. We’re home to local delicacies such as the famous Bakewell Pudding, locally brewed ales and spirits, tea rooms, gastro pubs and fine dining.
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