Things to see & do
Places to see
The White Peak is packed to the brim with stunning scenery and majestic wildlife. These are just a few of the wondrous places to visit in this area of the Peak District.
Visitors range from walkers, cyclists and cavers, to artists, photographers & writers. There is something for everyone here.
Spooky story winners
Amelia Allsop, aged 10, was the winner of our 10-12 age category and came third in our overall competition.
Amelia set her winning story in the scenic Ilam Park in the Peak District.
Come and wander round Ilam Park which is an enchanting oasis of tranquillity and visit the Manifold Tea Room for a delicious cake and a hot cup of tea.
A walk along Paradise walk, is a welcome from the tough walks in the countryside.
Explore the crags, caves, spires and deep limestone ravine of this iconic landscape.
With historical twists, romantic turns and pleasant surprises Dovedale provides an idyllic enchantment for all who visit it.
Explore the Manifold Valley and its lush green grasslands, thick woodlands and limestone crags.
Climb to the top of the gorge to look down into the valley and picture the steam engines smoke that used to plume through the valley.
Winster Market House
Winster Market House was the first property to be acquired by the National Trust in the Peak District in 1906 for £50.
It is a lovely brick built listed building and is now an information room with interpretation panels and a scale model of Winster village.
18-21 April 11am-4pm
Enjoy our self led Cadbury Easter Egg Trails at Ilam Park and claim a Cadbury chocolate Egghead prize. Great fun for children of all ages and no booking required. £3 per child.