5 Places In Derbyshire You Should Visit

Are you feeling confused and undecided about where to spend your time on vacation or over the coming bank holiday? Derby is the Midlands is the answer to all your questions. Derby has some of the best tourism attraction sights you should never miss while paying a visit for your next break. I can’t wait for my next holiday to take my family there. Previously I toured Derby; I fantasised every moment I spent there. Next time I will be accompanied by my wife Michelle, and my children Johnson and Alice. You will really thank me later when you travel to Derby as a tourist even if you spend just a single day there.

There are so many Points Of Interest In Derbyshire which you can’t miss while visiting. I was lucky to pay a courtesy to many attraction sights in Derby UK which included the list below.

· Heights of Abraham (Peak District)

This is the area I will never forget in my life. It’s a most appealing destination with stunning natural beauty, human achievements and the historic blends seamlessly with futuristic. At Heights of Abraham I really enjoyed the cable cars which provides a spectacular journey across the Derwent Valley, can’t wait to go there again. I really experienced a unique blend of attractions at this place which always makes to always think of taking my family there to experience this place. The peak district is a world heritage site and the 2nd most visited national park in the world.

· Haddon Hall, Bakewell Derbyshire

I was also privileged to visit this beautiful area with a very friendly atmosphere. The house is set at the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park. Some of the houses dates back to the 12th century. Overlooking the river Wye. Many filmmakers flock here to use it as a spectacular location. I was very lucky that the day I had visited the Hall, there was a live film cast. It has a restaurant which sells very delicious meals which you eat as you view the river Wye. What a natural beauty.

· East Midlands Aeropark

I could not leave Derby without visiting the East Midlands Aeropark. It’s an aviation museum and viewing area where you can study the preserved planes or you can even watch the modern airlines taking off and landing at East Midlands Airport. Here you are allowed to view and take pictures.

· Derby Silk Mill

Its building stands on the site of the world’s first factory. It’s part of the Derwent Valley Mills world heritage Site. I visited the place; it is so beautiful and appealing. They have big future plans for developing the site. The area is in the process to be transformed into a modern museum with various past and current items for display.

– University of Derby

Take a look at the modern architecture at the University, whilst here be sure to check out friar gate and saddler gate where some of the best restaurants in Derby are found, such as The Spice Lounge, MoonSha Japanese Bar and Restaurant, Okra Indian Restaurant, Le Bistrot Pierre, Iberico World Tapas Derby, Blacksmiths Loft Restaurant and The Wonky Table Restaurant


I can’t begin to list all the attraction sites in Derby in this one article, but what I can inform you is that Derby is the home to everything that makes British – British!

Here’s a map that leads from the Derby University to our unit at Unit 30b Parker House, Mansfield Rd, Derby DE21 4SZ