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  • 1 Haddon Hall Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    GB - Bakewell DE45 1LA

    Overlooking the River Wye since the 12C, uneven, discreet and quintessentially English, Haddon Hall was extended many times up until the 17C, before being beautifully restored by the 9th Duke of Rutland in the early 20C. Note the murals in the little..

  • 2 National Tramway Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    nr Matlock GB - Crich DE4 5DP

    During their hey-day in the 1920s, British trams transported 4.8 billion people a year. The Tramway Museum Society has preserved tram cars since 1955 and here proudly displays some lovingly restored models. You can admire the trams in the exhibition ..

  • 3 Red House Stables

    Museums and art

    rd. Old GB - Matlock DE4 2EF

    The collection of working carriages housed at these family-run stables have together garnered a formidable list of film and television credits. Tours by coach-and-four take visitors through the pleasant countryside, with stops at country inns or to a..

  • 4 Caudwell's Mill

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    GB - Matlock DE4 2EB

    This flour mill from the Victorian era is still working. It stands at the banks of the River Wye and is the only one worked by a horizontal hydraulic wheel. Some craft shops can be found in the outhouses.

  • 5 Cromford Mill

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Mill Lane, Cromford GB - Matlock DE4 3RQ

    The most famous cotton mill in England, Cromford was built in 1771 by Richard Arkwright. It was lit up at night for work 24 hours a day. Joseph Wright of Derby chose it as a subject for one of his romantic studies.

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