The longer, lighter days make a great time to explore National Trust places across Derbyshire. Gardens galore and parklands are waiting to be discovered. Make the most of spring landscapes as they hint at summer, trying out new walks and cycle routes. Spending time with the family? There's lots of space for adventures, some great places for picnics and plenty of wildlife to spot.
Make the most of those chilly winter weekends, Sudbury is now open weekends throughout January whatever the weather. Explore the Hall and admire delicate interiors or take a trip down memory lane in the Museum of Childhood.
Fancy a bike ride? Longshaw's the place to start. With routes for beginners through to challenges for experts, explore some of the best riding in the Peak District.
Enjoy one of four marked walks around the park at Kedleston Hall and find wildlife to spot.
At Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, you can enjoy woodland and wild flowers throughout the gardens and estate.
There are new sights and sounds as early summer arrives at Hardwick.
Explore outdoors this month and you could spot swallows, dippers, lambs and carpets of wild garlic in Ilam Park and Dovedale.
Join us at places across the Midlands to discover the 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾.
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.