Tourist Information Centres in The Peak District
The Peak District and Derbyshire has a network of Tourist Information and Visitor Centres providing help with everything from accommodation, ticket sales, information on transport, attractions and events. Each centre has an experienced and knowledgeable team to offer help and advice on making the most of your stay. Information points are not staffed but still provide the opportunity to pick up a whole host of leaflets and information about the area.
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Information on attractions, events, eating out, activities & entertainment. Accommodation booking service. Books, maps, walking & cycling information, souvenirs & local crafts for sale. National Express tickets. Local Theatre Tickets.
Derby Sales and Information Centre is an Official Partner TIC and was awarded the GOLD Award in the East Midlands Tourism 'Enjoy England' Excellence Awards 05/06.
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This purpose built Visitor Information Centre provides information on Chesterfield, Derbyshire and the UK. Services on offer include accommodation booking, box office for Chesterfield Theatres and National Express coach tickets.
Located in Edale, this flagship centre of the Moors for the Future Partnership provides a national focus for moorland research and an inspirational experience for visitors to the Peak District National Park.
The VIC sells a fabulous range of locally sourced artisan products, Macclesfield Town Football Club merchandise, match tickets and a range of pocket money gifts.
Castleton Visitor Centre s set in the very heart of the village and offers a unique experience to visitors. There is a fascinating museum and interpretation panels providing historic information on the village dating from prehistoric times.
The Tourist Information Centre offers many services including accommodation booking, bus & train times and route planning.
Shipley Country Park Visitor Centre and Gift Shop. Themed static displays and exhibitions.
This site has a visitor centre, gift shop and cycle hire centre, car park, toilets and picnic area. Whether on foot, horse or bike it is an ideal place to start your visit along the beautiful High Peak Trail
Located in the 17th century Old Market Hall in the centre of town, Bakewell Visitor Centre is fully accessible. It has an interactive interpretation area on the first floor.
We are conveniently located, and our friendly, helpful staff have a wealth of local knowledge to share with you.
Matlock Bath, Matlock
Located within the Mining Museum, an extensive range of information can be found at the Tourist Information Point. Accomodation information is available from Touch Screen Kiosk.
The Tourist Information Centre provides a range of services which includes theatre tickets and tokens, accommodation bookings, Wayfarer and car parking passes.
If you want more information about things to see and do in Sheffield, events or places to stay talk to our friendly, knowledgeable and professional staff at the Tourist Information Centre.
Open: Sundays only February & November. Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 1st March - 31st October. Daily 5th July to 31st August Plus other school holidays - February half term, Easter, May half term and October half term. Closed December.
Off Harrison Way, Darley Dale
Conveniently located at Matlock Station in the Peak Rail shop, the Visitor Information Point provides a range of services which includes Derbyshire Wayfarer tickets and tickets and tickets for local events.
This centre, just 500 metres from the Derwent Dam, acts as a focus for the 2 million walkers, cyclists and visitors who visit this beautiful valley each year. Cycle hire is avcailable.
Serving South Derbyshire and the National Forest, Swadlincote TIC can help you make the most out of your visit to the area. Pleased to help you with accommodation, attractions, events, transport, souvenirs.
Nestled in the Derwent Valley, High Peak Junction was the hub of transport activity and is now a true haven of heritage and wildlife. It's literally the junction of the Cromford Canal and the High Peak Trail.
The Museum stands in a historic and beautiful location beside the Huddersfield Canal in the village of Uppermill, nestled in the hills in the middle of the area known as Saddleworth,an old Yorkshire Parish.