Midlands Railway
Midlands Railway is a great day out for all of the family, with heritage train rides transporting you to a bygone era. Explore a railway museum, the demonstration signal box, a Victorian railwayman’s church and much more. Plus there are narrow gauge, miniature and model railways, shops, buffets, children’s playground and country park. Free parking is also available. Plan your visit here! 

Crich Tramway Village
Experience the enhancing allure of the Tramway Village, where history intertwines with modern charm. Embark on a journey riding the vintage trams, traversing through picturesque landscapes that captivate the senses. Immerse yourself in the indoor exhibitions, where tales of yesteryears come to life through captivating displays. Wander through the period village scene, where every corner tells a story of bygone eras, offering a glimpse into the past.

Whether it’s the scenic ride or the immersive cultural experience, Crich Tramway Village promises an unforgettable adventure for all who visit. Open seasonally with 12 months free return admission on full price tickets. Plan your visit here!

Heage Windmill
Nestled in the Derbyshire countryside stands Heage Windmill. Built in 1797 and restored in 2002, Heage Windmill, a Grade II* listed building, is the only working six-sailed stone tower windmill in England.

Ascend to its panoramic views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Guided tours offer an immersive experience, delving into the rich history and intricate workings of this iconic landmark. Witness the craft of flour production as the windmill grinds its own flour, a testament to its enduring legacy. The flour can be purchased from the onsite shop along with souvenirs! Whether you’re a history enthusiast or simply seeking a unique adventure, Heage Windmill beckons with its charm and allure.

The mill is open weekends and bank holidays from April to October. Plan your visit here!

Kedleston Hall
A spectacular Neo-classical mansion, framed by historic parkland. Designed for lavish entertaining, Kedleston Hall displays an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, and original furnishings, reflecting both the tastes of its creators and their fascination with the classical world of the Roman Empire. The Curzon family have lived at the Hall since the 12th century and continue to live here.

Renowned for its architecture and lush eight hundred acres of expansive grounds, Kedleston Hall served as the enchanting backdrop for the filming of “The Duchess” a captivating period drama released in 2008.

From spring to autumn Kedleston’s formal garden offers a colourful interpretation of its original 18th century design. The expansive grounds with both long and short walks, feature sweeping vistas of Kedleston’s parkland and provide access to a rich array of wildlife. Kedleston's Great Kitchen restaurant serving hot and cold meals and drinks, sandwiches, and light snacks. Visit the second-hand bookshop that sells a wide range of books for all ages located within the stable yard. Plan your visit here!

Great British Car Museum
Follow the journey that features over 130 Classic cars and takes you through the golden ages of British car design and manufacturing, starting with the Austin Seven, through to the Morris Minor, classic Mini, Ford Escort and everything in between.

You will be guided around the exhibition by an interactive tablet, which also includes a special children’s tour. The is also a great café where you can relax after your remarkable tour through time. Plan your visit here!