Castleton Visitor Centre is the perfect place to begin your trip or stay in the Hope Valley.
Fully renovated in 2017, this contemporary visitor centre is set in a delightful traditional building, boasting a vibrant shop, interactive displays and video walls, plus a permanent exhibition that opens a window onto the area’s rich cultural history.
Within the centre you’ll find the Blueberry Café, an Environmental Quality Mark (EQM) business with a range of local food, lunches and coffee. A small number of picnic tables are available outside the centre.
The centre’s all-access facilities have also been recognised by Accessible Derbyshire.
Friendly staff are always on hand to help you make the most of this gateway to the Peak District National Park.
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- On-site catering - Cafe
- On-site light refreshments - Light refreshments in shop
- Picnic site - Picnic tables available
- Baby changing facilities
- Education/study area
- Facilities for educational visits
- Parking with charge - Not operated by National Park Authority
- Gift shop
- Public toilets
- Accepts groups
- Coach parties accepted
Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day
Map & Directions
Situated in the centre of the village. From the east (M1/Sheffield/Chesterfield) take the A6187 into Castleton From the west (M6/Chapel-en-le-Frith/Buxton) take unclassified road from Chapel-en-le-Frith towards Castleton.Accessible by Public Transport: Hope station is 3 miles away.