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Palace of the Peak

Type:Coach/Minibus Tour

Palace of the Peak

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10am - Chesterfield

Arrive in Chesterfield on a bustling market day to find a large open-air market. Why not call at the Museum, visit the Pomegranate Theatre, book a walking tour of the town or a trip up the 'Crooked Spire' Church Tower?

Open air market - Monday, Friday and Saturday

Flea market - Thursday

Farmers' market - Second Thursday of the month

Artisan market - Last Sunday of the month

Walking tours - Town tour, ghost walk, murder walk

Free coach parking available or to book a walking tour email us

All coach drivers may call at the Visitor Information Centre to collect a £10 voucher to spend on the outdoor market.

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Lunch Suggestions

Stay in Chesterfield and your passengers can have lunch in one of our many cafes

Have lunch at Chatsworth at the Carriage House or Cavendish restaurants

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1pm - Chatsworth

One of Britain's best loved historic houses and estates, set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire's Peak District. See famous works of art in the House the spectacular fountains in the Garden.

Minimum number - 15

 

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