Museums, Mills and Heritage
Matlock Station, Matlock, DE4 3NA Telephone: 01629 580381, Fax: 01629 760645, Email: email@example.com
Steam and diesel trains run by a local preservation society.
Terrace Road, 01298 24658, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wonders of the Peak including a time trail, geology and Roman exhibitions.
Darley Dale, 01629 733583, Costume drama carriages
Hawkshill Road, 01433 631371 Tells the story of the Plague hitting this small village and how isolation affected the villagers.
Matlock Bath, 01629 583834 Discover the hard life of local leadminer and try out the climbing shaft.
Bakewell, 01629 813642, Recreated school and kitchen, old costumes and even tales of an elephant buried in Bakewell!
Matlock Bath, 01629 581001,
Best preserved, and still working example of one of Sir Richard Arkwright’s cotton mills. Gateway to the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.
Rowsley, 01629 734374 Historic roller flourmill powered by river water includes craft workshops on site.
01629 823256, The world’s first successful water powered cotton spinning mill, part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.
Crich, 08707587267, A unique collection of trams from this country and around the world.
Leek, 01538 381446, Water powered corn mill formerly owned by James Brindley
01782 502907,A fine working example of a water mill originally providing ground flint for the pottery industry.
The only surviving canal/tramway terminus in Britain, once one of the largest ports on the canal network.
Nr. Wirksworth, 01629 824833,
Telling the story of stone, how the rocks were formed and how they have been used.
Crown Yard, 01629 825225, Exhibition honouring local girl Ellen MacArthur, story of leadmining and ‘red tape’, also local art.
Buxton Road, 01433 620679 Information on the village and surrounding area with a mix of local history and artefacts from the Village Museum