Steps and uneven surfaces. Very limited parking in the village and no National Trust car park. No toilet facilities onsite.
Winster village is easily accessed from the the A6 north of Matlock.
Parking: Very small village car parks (not National Trust). Please park safely and responsibly. Please be respectful of the local community and only park in designated spaces.
16th-century brick-built listed building, the first property to be acquired by the National Trust in the Peak District, in 1906. On the first floor is an information room with interpretation panels detailing the history of Winster village and a scale model.
Winster Market House was the first property to be acquired by the National Trust in the Peak District in 1906 for £50.
It's a lovely brick built listed building and on the first floor is an unmanned information room with interpretation panels detailing the history of the village and a scale model of Winster.
Standing almost in the centre of the main street, Winster Market House is a dominating feature of the village, and stands as testimony to its once thriving past. Winster village itself is interesting to explore on foot, as part of a visit to the Peak District.