Peak District and Derbyshire
Explore the wind-swept peaks and far-reaching views of the first National Park or visit the wider county of Derbyshire for historic houses, fragrant gardens and wild countryside adventures.
The un-stately home and country estate
An Elizabethan masterpiece
18th-century mansion with Adam interiors, colonial history and vast parkland
Excellent walking country with ancient woods and tumbling streams
The White Peak, including Ilam Park, Dovedale, and Hamps and Manifold Valleys
Heather-clad moors of Kinder, to the gritstone tors of Derwent Edge
Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park
Explore Stainsby Mill
The first property to be acquired by the National Trust in the Peak District
Countryside space with wildflower meadows, woodland walks and open water
Nature reserve with woodland walks, grass heathland and open water
Get outdoors and enjoy some of the most spectacular walks in the country
Explore the White Peak with a walk from Ilam Park to the stepping stones at Dovedale.
This circular walk from Mam Tor in the Peak District takes in some of the most dramatic scenery in the Edale Valley.
There are lots of ways to get involved and make a difference as a volunteer in the Peak District and Derbyshire, from conserving nature to telling the stories of historic houses and estates.
Find out about the supporter groups you can join in Derbyshire and the Peak District. Choose from the Peak District Centre, Mudlarks NTV Group, East Midlands NTV Group, Sheffield Association, South Derbyshire NTV Group and the Derby & District Members’ Group.
There are a number of sustainable options for travelling to and from the places in our care in the Peak District & Derbyshire, whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Here’s a little more information that can help you plan your visit.
Available daily, explore more of the parkland at Kedleston with a family friendly orienteering course. Using a map, choose your own route to find your way.
Make your own natural wreath using vegetation gathered from the gardens at Kedleston Hall. Full instruction and guidance is provided by the gardeners and all tools provided.
Come along each Wednesday morning for a free social walk around Longshaw, led by experienced guides who know the area.