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Alton Towers
www.alton-towers.co.uk
The UKs largest theme park.
The Peak District National Park
www.peakdistrict.org
The Peak District was Britain's first national park, established in April 1951. Around 38,000 people live in the Park in 125 parishes. Visitors from all over the world come to the Park to find peace and tranquillity and to reconnect with the natural world.
Dovedale
www.dovedale.info/
Dovedale is the name of the dale that runs between Mill Dale and Thorp in the Peak District. Running along its course is the exquisite River Dove. The river runs through Hartington, Bereford Dale, Wolfscote Dale and Mill Dale. The dale contains an easy footpath along its entire length; a real must see!
The Potteries
www.thepotteries.org/
Stoke-on-Trent is a unique city in England. It made up of six distinct towns: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and Longton - collectively known as "THE POTTERIES".
Chatsworth House
www.chatsworth-house.co.uk/et/matlock.html/
Chatsworth is one of Britain’s best loved historic houses and estates, offering something for everyone to enjoy, from famous works of art and the spectacular fountains in the garden to the finest shopping, food and drink and many miles of free walks.
Matlock Bath
www.derbyshireuk.net/matlock.html/
Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, became an instant tourist resort for the wealthy and influencial, when warm springs, at a constant temperature of 68 degrees fahrenheit, were discovered back in 1698.
Carsington Water
www.cressbrook.co.uk/features/carsington/
Carsington Water has been a very popular visitor attraction since the reservoir was opened in May 1992 by Her Majesty the Queen. The Visitor Centre has a wide range of facilities including shops selling souvenirs, craft items, embroidery materials, ceramics, books etc. The Cafe in the courtyard offers light refreshments and a restaurant upstairs offes more substantial fayre.
Tissington and high Peak Bike Trails
www.cressbrook.co.uk/walks/bike02.htm
This is quite a long circuit through the heart of the limestone country known as the White Peak, but the riding is quite easy, on good tracks or quiet roads almost all the way. There are lovely views and good places for refreshment along the way.
Foxfield Railway
www.foxfieldrailway.co.uk/
This is quite a long circuit through the heart of the limestone country known as the White Peak, but the riding is quite easy, on good tracks or quiet roads almost all the way. There are lovely views and good places for refreshment along the way.
Uttoxeter Race Course
www.uttoxeter-racecourse.co.uk
Uttoxeter racecourse has something for everyone. Whether you are new to racing, or an addicted follower of the Sport of Kings, come along to Uttoxeter and you are guaranteed a day of excitement and fun in beautiful surroundings.
Churnet Valley Railway
www.churnet-valley-railway.co.uk
The Churnet Valley Railway is a volunteer-run organisation. The operating company, the Churnet Valley Railway (1992) plc, is supported by the North Staffordshire Railway Co (1978) Ltd., a Charitable Trust.
The Coors Visitor Centre (Formerly the Bass Museum)
www.bass-museum.com
Located in Burton on Trent, Britain's brewing capital, the Coors Visitor Centre brings together a unique collection of artefacts and memorabilia tracing the fascinating history of the brewing industry. Visit the Shire Horse Stables, explore the Museum Micro Brewery, authentic Cooperage, vintage vehicle collection and working stationary steam engine plus lots more. And there's plenty for children to enjoy too, including Virtual Burton, a unique interactive touch-screen exhibit which introduces a cast of virtual characters from the town census year of 1881.