Stretching 15 miles down the valley from Matlock Bath to Derby, this World Heritage Site contains a fascinating series of historic mill complexes. View the video below for more information or follow the links to explore some of the World Heritage Site attractions.
PEAK DISTRICT ATTRACTIONS
Why not take a cable car ride with sweeping views that you'll never forget. Go Ape on a hire wire adventure course in the treetops, step back in time to marvel at ice age "rock art" or take a spectacular subterranean journey in one of our famous caverns. You'll soon discover that there are hundreds of things to do in the Peak District - something for everyone to enjoy!
WORLD HERITAGE SITE ATTRACTIONS
Strutt’s North Mill is an important element of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, set on the River Derwent at Belper, it is one of the oldest surviving examples of industrialised water-powered cotton spinning mills in the world.
Other Important Industrial Attractions
Get on the water and enjoy a 30-minute glass topped canal boat trip through Standedge Tunnel, the longest, deepest and highest canal tunnel in Britain.