The Best Places To Visit in Derby

Hand-picked top 3 places to visit in Derby, UK. 50-Point Inspection includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


41 Friar Gate, Derby DE1 1DA

Since 1770

Historical Museum, Events, History Displays, Exhibitions, Museum of Georgian Life and Costume Collections, House, Townhouses, Dining Room, Drawing Room and Morning Room, Georgian Bedroom, Dressing Room, Displays, Toy Theatres, Children’s Dressing-Up Costumes & New Porcelain Collection

Free Entry ● The building is Grade I recorded ● It designed by prominent derby architect Joseph Pickford and used as both his family home and as a professional showcase of his architectural skills ● It shows the contrast between the master and the servant, the grandeur of Georgian architecture and the changes that occurred in the house over its 250-year life


Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun & Mon Closed

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Donington Park Castle Donington, Derby DE74 2RP

Since 1973

Museum, Exhibitions, Mc Laren and Williams Racing Cars Collections, Open-Wheeled Racers Collections, World War Two Motorcycles Collections, Displays, Educational Programs, School Programs, Conference, Corporate Events, Tour Guides, Wheatcroft Military Collection, Cafe & Gift Shops

Free Admission for Children Under 6 ● Tour Guides are available for corporate companies or car clubs at a ratio of one Tour Guide per maximum of 25 guests ● With five halls and over 130 exhibits, the Donington Grand Prix Exhibition comprises the largest exhibition of Grand Prix cars in the world ● Out of hours tours are also available in the evenings

Price: Adults £10
Children (6 yr - 16 yr) £4
OAP/Student £8
Family Ticket £20 (Two Adults and Up to Three Children)


Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Pride Park, Derby DE24 8XL

Since 1997

Arena, Football Stadium, Baseball Ground, Premier League, Events, Meetings and Conferences, Banqueting, Exhibitions, Private Parties, Fine Dining, Asian Weddings and Parties, Meeting Rooms, International Music Artists, Matchday Travel, Technical Equipment, City Centre, Hotels, Accommodation, Food & Drink

With a limit of 33,597, it is the sixteenth biggest football ground in England and the twentieth biggest stadium in the United Kingdom ● The venue was officially known as the iPro Stadium ● The pitch remained at 105 meters (344 ft) long and 68 meters (223 ft) wide, meeting the prerequisites for a global setting, and estimated five yards (4.6 m) longer and four yards (3.7 m) more extensive than the pitch at the Baseball Ground


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