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Local Attractions

Start planning your escape here .... there's so much to see & do!

To make planning your next escape a little easier, we have put together some useful websites with our favourite things to do and places to visit in Derbyshire, The Peak National Park & Sheffield. 

To save you time, we have created links to all their sites with links showing distances and directions from The Norfolk Arms.  Simply click on the Google Maps icons below for travel information. 

Here are some great websites for general information about Derbyshire and Sheffield.

South Yorkshire Tourism   Visit Peak District   Sheffield Tourist information   Event Sheffield.com   Welcome to Yorkshire


Experience the Peak National Park & Derbyshire

Mayfield Alpacas    
Chatsworth House   
Peak Cavern, Hope Valley  
Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath  
Tissington Hall, Tissington   
Peveril Castle, Castleton  
Eyam Hall  & Eyam Museum, Eyam, Derbyshire Vivid portrayal of the outbreak of the bubonic plague in Eyam when over a third of the population died. Subsequent growth of local industries is described, together with local geology  
Haddon Hall, Bakewell    
Hardwick Hall
Bakewell Old House Museum, Bakewell     
Speedwell Cavern, Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire  Visitors descend 105 steps to take a boat ride through this old Derbyshire lead mine with it's famous bottomless pit.
Longshaw Visitor Centre, Longshaw Estate, Sheffield  A popular venue for visitors to the Peak District. Set in a wide expanse of open moorland and woodland with dramatic views and excellent walking terrain. Tea Shop. Open June to September daily, 10.30am to 5pm. Please check for other times. Tel  01433 631708     
The National Forest an area of 200 square miles in central England where more than seven million trees have been planted in the last 10 years bringing together more than 400 new and ancient woodlands to create a new Forest for the nation. Woodland cover has almost trebled, creating new habitats for wildlife and making the area an ideal location for bird and wildlife watching and with more than 700 miles of paths to explore, the gentle undulating landscape is perfect for walking, cycling and horse-riding. See The Nationasl forest
Treak Cliffe Cavern, Castleton, Derbyshire
Blue John Mine Underground wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, rocks and fossils. Home of Blue John stone.    
Derwent & Ladybower Reservoirs  
  

Enjoy the sites of Sheffield

Weston Park Museum 
Millennium Galleries  
Sheffield Fire and Police Museum
Graves Art Gallery  
Crucible Theatre 
Cutlers' Hall 
Sheffield Town Hall and Peace Gardens 

Sheffield City Hall 
Kelham Island Museum 
Lyceum Theatre 
Devonshire Green 
Yorkshire ArtSpace 
Site Gallery 
Sheffield Cathedral  

Showroom Cinema 
Arts Tower 
Sheffield Botanical Gardens 
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet  
Shepherd Wheel 
Beauchief Abbey  

Activities in the Peak National Park & Derbyshire

Walking
National Trust Walks
Cycling
Mountain Biking
Mountain Biking Routes
Ramblers

Bouldering
PeakWalks
Conservation
Rock climbing Instructor
Climbing instructor
Mountaineering

Show Caves
Handgliding
Pot Holing
Dry Stone Walling
Rock Climbing
Camping

Sheffield activities

Sheffield City Centre
Millhouses Park  
Endcliffe Park 
Walks
Cycling

Rother Valley Country Park 
Weston Park 
Don Valley Stadium  
Ice Sheffield  
Sheffield Ski Village 
Ponds Forge  

Magna Science Adventure Centre 
Shopping Meadowhall Shopping Centre  
Devonshire Quarter Ecclesall Road 
London Road  
Rivelin Valley