From a small country house to grand halls and mansions, there are plenty of places to explore in South Derbyshire and Leicestershire.
Discover more about the history of Calke Abbey and how the house and estate was shaped by a reclusive family over several generations.
Discover the history of Kedleston Hall, a fine example of the famous architect Robert Adam's work.
One of the few churches built between the outbreak of the English Civil War and the Restoration period, a must see building.
Built as a summer home by Arts and Crafts architect-designer Ernest Gimson for his brother Sydney, Stoneywell zigzags from its rocky outcrop, amid rhododendrons and heather.
Designed and built as a showpiece for 17th-century craftsmanship, Sudbury Hall has many interior features to inspire and admire.
Venture into a mine, play with puppets, visit a Victorian school room and much more as you wander through our eight galleries in this unique Museum.
Enjoy the wide open spaces and join in all sorts of activities in the great outdoors.
Explore manicured mansion lawns, hidden ponds, walled gardens and and acres of parkland.
Enjoy some fabulous walks across peaks and through woodlands and parkland.
We've been undertaking scientific research into how dust affects historic surfaces in houses since 1999. Find out more about why this work is so important to the preservation of our places.