Accessible places

The following links provide useful information to help everyone to explore the local area:

Accessible Derbyshire – first port of call to find out about accessible places to visit in Derbyshire and the Peak District.

Peak District National Park site has lots of useful information and access guides.

Derbyshire County Council site – access to the Derbyshire countryside for all.

Visit North Staffordshire – the attractions page has specific information about accessibility.

Monsal Trail – a traffic free route for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair users through some of the Peak District’s most spectacular limestone dales. Hassop Station cafe, which is on the trail, has level access throughout and there are disabled toilets on site.

Ladybower Wheelyboat – provides mobility impaired people with the opportunity and freedom to enjoy open water.

Tittesworth Water – with paths and facilities suitable for wheelchairs.

Buxton Pavilion Gardens – accessible gardens as well as conservatory, café, retail shop, art gallery and the newly refurbished Octagon Hall where there are regular events.

Accessible Countryside for Everyone – ACE – this is a national site but has specific sections for Staffordshire and Derbyshire.

We are keen to improve this page with more comprehensive information about accessible places to visit – please let us know if you have suggestions.