Summer in the Peak District

Walking, cycling, 50 things or just exploring the beautiful landscapes and gardens in our care. How will you spend summer in the Peak District?

two bikes on grass valley view blue sky

Summer days in the Dark Peak 

From countryside walks, bike rides and picnics to summer hill-top star gazing, there's so much to keep you busy throughout the summer. Have you got your list of 50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4? Here's how can tick some of them off your list.

Children enjoying archery

Spend your summer at Longshaw 

We've tried to think of everything to keep you busy at Longshaw this summer, all we need is you! Take a look and see what we've got in store.

Autumn view of house and reflection lake at Lyme, Cheshire

Explore the gardens at Lyme  

Take a stroll around the gardens, full of colour. Challenge family and friends to classic garden games and become a champion of croquet, boules, giant skittles and quoits.

Roses against the gritstone manor house

The roses of Eyam Hall 

Flourishing borders of various flowers signify summer has arrived. But one flower in particular takes centre stage in Eyam Hall's walled garden; the rose.

Bertram's bridge in Ilam Park

Explore on foot this summer at Ilam Park 

Visit the limestone hills this month for walks, picnics, play time and far reaching views.


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