We care for about 15,000 hectares (37,000 acres) of land within the Peak District National Park and six built places across Derbyshire for you to explore.

Where you can visit 

We’re reopening the places you love in Midlands, safely and in line with government guidance. We recommend you book in advance for visits to gardens, parks and houses, especially at busy times such as weekends. See what’s open and ready for you to book this week below.

Winter orchard at National Trust Calke Abbey Derbyshire

Calke Abbey

The un-stately home and country estate

Winter in the gardens at Hardwick with hall in the background


An Elizabethan masterpiece

A frosty morning at Kedleston hall

Kedleston Hall

18th-century mansion with Adam interiors, colonial history and vast parkland

Blue skies and frost underfoot on the path to the Cage at Lyme, Cheshire

The Peak District 

An area just waiting to be discovered, with challenging walks to the heights of Kinder Scout and Mam Tor in the Dark Peak, leisurely strolls across the heather clad moorlands of Longshaw Estate and gentle ambles through centuries of fascinating stories in the White Peak.