We can’t wait to welcome you to the Peak District and Derbyshire, but as things are a little different at the moment, we recommend booking tickets and experiences in advance to avoid disappointment. Whether you’re looking for fine dining or family fun, enjoy the full range of everything the area has to offer and show your support for local businesses by booking attractions, activities and places to eat and drink in advance.
You can see a list of great attractions in the local area here, our recommendations for outdoorsy holidays here, and details on pretty Derbyshire towns and villages here, all full of cafes and shops that are still open to welcome tourists!
Alton Towers – open until 8th November
Chatsworth – open until 6th November; you must prebook tickets in advance here.
Go Ape Buxton – open over weekends up until 29th November. You can make a booking through this link.
Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall and other National Trust properties – most Derbyshire National Trust sites are open; you can see the full list here.
Heights of Abraham – open until November
Ilam Park and Dovedale – open and booking isn’t necessary. You can check the calendar and opening times through this link.
Wild Park Leisure – open for a choice of six Covid-safe activities
You can also pre-book your food deliveries, either from local grocery stores or ready-made picnic boxes – take a look at our page here.