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Rolling across the Pennines' southernmost hills is the glorious Peak District National Park. Ancient stone villages are folded into creases in the landscape, and the hillsides are littered with stately homes and rocky outcrops. The Dark Peak is dominated by exposed moorland and gritstone 'edges', while to the south, the White Peak is made up of the limestone dales. Founded in 1951, the Peak District was England's first national park and is Europe's busiest. But even at peak times, there are 555 sq miles of open English countryside in which to soak up the scenery.
Heights of Abraham - Since first opening its gates to visitors in 1780's the Heights of Abraham has become one of the Peak District's most popular destinations. Rising from the valley floor, the observation cars transport you in comfort and safety and allow stunning views of the Derwent Valley and surrounding Peak District.
Peak District Attractions
• 3 Nights at the Lee Wood Hotel, Buxton
• Breakfast each morning
• Welcome Dinner on the first evening
• Admission Tickets to Heights of Abraham, Hilltop Park
• Tours of Great Masson & Rutland Caverns
• Detailed Roadbook featuring Maps, Great Drives and Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
• Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels
Crich Tramway Museum
Enjoy some amazing drives
From £319.00 Per Person
Crich National Tramway Museum - Visitors can ride our world renowned vintage trams through our unique period street and out into the open countryside for spectacular views, explore fascinating exhibitions and watch as trams are restored from our Workshop Viewing Gallery. This captivating journey into history is made complete with a stroll on our fascinating Woodland Walk and a trip to our unique Red Lion Pub, tearooms and shops.
Peveril Castle stands high above the pretty village of Castleton in the heart of Derbyshire’s Peak District. Mentioned in the Domesday survey, Peveril Castle is one of England’s earliest Norman fortresses.
Dovedale is arguably the prettiest of the Derbyshire Dales and certainly the most popular Peak District location with an estimated two million visitors per year.
Chatsworth House - the Palace of the Peak District withover 30 rooms to explore, from the magnificent Painted Hall, to the family-used chapel, regal State Rooms and beautiful Sculpture Gallery.
The Roaches is a Peak District gem, located above Leek and Tittesworth Reservoir, it's loved by hikers and climbers alike. The ridge with its rock formations rises steeply to 1,657 ft.