Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1PP
The 105 acre garden is a magical landscape, beautiful in all seasons, and it can be visited separately from the house. It has evolved over more than 450 years, and continues to change today. There are five miles of walks with rare trees.
Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN
The 50 acres of gardens at Tatton have been developing for over 200 years with each successive owner of the Tatton Park estate playing their part in its evolution.
Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN
Tatton's 1,000 acres of open park offers trails for you to explore, fishing and horseriding, a play area for the adventurous, the perfect setting for a picnic and the opportunity to see abundant wildlife.
St John's Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6XN
The Gardens are enjoyed by over 500,000 people every year. The combination of walks, lakes, play areas and miniature train ensure that they remain a firm favourite with the whole family.
Duffield Road, Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 2EU
Allestree Park dates from the end of the 18th Century when the present Hall - a Grade ll* listed building - was built.
Derby, DE24 8QP
The village of Alvaston has existed since at least the eleventh century. It became part of Derby in the late twentieth century.
Ashwood Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 7PU
A popular park on the edge of town, along the River Wye. It contains a bowling green and two tennis courts. The children's playground has been refurbished and reloctated near the front of the park.
Matlock Road, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1BE
The unique Belper River Gardens are situated at a point where the River Derwent is at its widest. The River Derwent here is at its most Tranquil and you may see all manner of bird life including Swans, Herons, Canada geese and more.
Grange Road, Biddulph, Staffordshire, ST8 7SD
Owned by the National Trust, one of Britain's most exciting and unusual gardens, with a series of connected compartments. Features a Chinese garden, Italian garden & Scottish Glen.
Duffield Road, Derby, DE22 1DR
A popular unspoilt spot ideal for picnicking and relaxation just a short walk from the city centre. Darley Park houses the stunning National Collection of Hydrangea as well as a delightful butterfly garden.
Midland Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 7NT
Eureka Park is a traditional open park developed from a simple recreation ground during the 1920's and early 1930's. The facilities in the park today include a children's play area, bowling green, crazy golf course, and tennis courts.
Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire, ST7 3QP
An 18th century home containing fine furniture and porcelain, set in a Repton landscape. Snowdrop Walks in February, followed by rhododendrons and azaleas in May and a working walled Kitchen Garden.
Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AP
A widely used formal Edwardian park within Matlock town centre, bounded by the River Derwent. This park provides formal leisure activities including tennis, bowls, a putting green, skate-park, paddling pool with water jets, children's play.
High Lea Road, New Mills, High Peak, SK22
Beautiful recreation area with gardens, woodland and a recently planted orchard. Large childrens' playground. The park also hosts some annual events such as the One World Festival and the Bonfire and Firework Display.
Dinting Road, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 7DS
This picturesque Victorian park is situated at the northern end of the town of Glossop within its own Conservation Area.
Manor Park Road, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK23 0QJ
A very popular 60 acre park located in Old Glossop It has formal gardens, woodlands, a newly refurbished playground,skate oark, tennis courts, two bowling greens, crazy golf, miniature train, cafe, open play spaces, a lake and river
Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 3BG
Markeaton Park not only offers vast open parkland to completely get away from it all, but also caters for all age groups with a multitude of entertaining and sporty facilities at the Mundy Play Centre.
York Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, DE11
Maurice Lea Memorial Park is situated in Swadlincote at the heart of The National Forest and was presented to district by a local entrepeneur, Herbert Lea, in remembrance of his son Maurice Lea who was killed in WW1.