What's on This Month
Attractions by Type
Museums & Galleries
Come and discover the diverse museums and heritage of the area. Take in an exhibition - from art, sculpture, commeration events and local Derbyshire traditions. Explore the Internationally renowned collection by Joseph Wright of Derby or the delicate beauty of Royal Crown Derby china. Or take a step further back in Peak District History to the time of the lead miners at the Peak District Mining Museum or even further back to prehistoric times at Creswell Crags.
More Museums & Galleries
At the Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre experience over 260 years of history of one of the world's best-known English Fine Bone China manufacturers.
The Museum houses a local history collection for the Bakewell area, in a fascinating building, the oldest part of which was built in Henry VIII's reign. The collection includes costume exhibitions:children's toys, and a Victorian kitchen.
Opening Times Tuesday - Friday 9.30am-5.30pm. Saturday 9.30am - 5.00pm Open Sundays and Bank Holidays from Easter to end September 10.30am - 4pm
The Museum tells the Story of Chesterfield, from its Roman origins to its growth as a market town and up to the present day. It has a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events.
Derby Museum and Art Gallery holds collections and displays relating to the history, culture and natural environment of Derby and its region.
Erewash Museum is our very own local and social history museum Home for the Museum is a late Georgian house with Victorian extensions. It was both a family home and school accommodation before becoming a museum in the 1980's.
An awe inspiring visitor experience that shows the special British-Sikh relationship. The museum explores the courage, sacrifice and bloody genocide of the Sikhs.
Come and experience our unique Museum of Georgian Life and Historic Costume
QUAD is a gallery, cinema, cafe bar and workshop where there is always lots to see and do.
Explore the grand 17th Century hall with its richly decorated interior and see life below stairs. You can also visit the Museum of Childhood where children and adults can celebrate childhood. Administered by the National Trust.
Mansion with 50-acre garden, traditional working farm, Tudor manor-house, 1,000-acre deer park and children's adventure playground. Owned by the National Trust and administered by Cheshire East Council.