Discover springtime Derbyshire

The outdoors is bursting to life and across Derbyshire there is so much to discover this spring. There are new walks and cycle routes to help make the most of the spring landscapes. Indoors, there are new exhibitions and rooms to see. For family fun, there are play trails to conquer, and plenty of space to run, hide, have (maybe slightly chilly) picnics and more.

alien bunny

Sudbury in the spring 

To celebrate Sudbury's 50th anniversary with the National Trust we're bringing back some of the most loved children's characters from the last 50 years. Help the Cat in the Hat make mischief or make your own Clanger to help you on the Planet Sudbury's Easter egg hunt.

Bluebells in the woods

Discover bluebells at Longshaw 

Do you know the best place to find bluebells at Longshaw? Find out here!

Take a bike ride from Eyam

Lambs at Calke Abbey

Lambing at Calke Abbey 

With the chance to see a lamb being born, Home Farm is the place to be this April.

Bluebells on the Hardwick estate

Spring signs at Hardwick 

There are new sights and sounds as early summer arrives at Hardwick.

Sheep and lambs in Ilam Park

Ilam's spring highlights 

Discover spring wildlife and far reaching views on a walk in the White Peak this month.

Early morning sun shining through autumn trees at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire
Walking trail

Walk around the grounds at Kedleston 

This 3 mile walk is a circular tour of the park, which was designed, built and planted between 1761 and 1776.