Thinking about what to do and see in the Peak District? The Peak District offers you so much to see and do during your stay with beautiful outdoor attractions and historic places to visit. The Peaks landscape dips and sweeps through river valleys, woods and hills to nearby historic and traditional charming towns of Bakewell, Buxton, Castleton, Ashbourne and Chatsworth.
We hope you will want to stay a while and enjoy exploring our countryside, dig deep into bygone days, heritage and history, go shopping, relax and simply absorb into the surroundings.
Visit http://www.visitpeakdistrict.com/see-and-do/ for more detailed information on easily accessible local attractions near Pomeroy Caravan Park.
While staying at Pomeroy Caravan Park you can travel to Chatsworth House. It is a stately home in the county of Derbyshire in the East Midlands region of England.
The house, set in expansive parkland and backed by wooded, rocky hills rising to heather moorland. The house contains a unique collection of priceless paintings, furniture, old Master drawings, neoclassical sculptures, books and other artefacts.
Gullivers Kingdom is another great attraction to visit. It is an amusement park aimed at children aged 3 to 13 in the Derbyshire town of Matlock Bath, England. The Theme Park has the following major attractions: Log Flume, Elephant Ride, Flight of Fantasy, Dodgems, Chairlift, Jumping Star, Gulliver's Magical Journeys, The Crazy Barrels, The Rio Grande Railroad, The Veteran Cars, Gulliver's Travels Ride, Billy-Bob's Bi-Planes, Log Coaster,Switchback Rollercoaster, Monorail, Ladybirds, Jubilee Carousel, Ferris Wheel, Double-Decker Carousel, Lazy River Ride, Pirate Ship and Fire Brigade. Visiting this amusement park while being on your holiday will be a brilliant fun day out for you
and your family.
Matlock Bath is a beautiful little village which is built along the River Derwent. The village consists of arcades, fish 'n' chip shops, sweet shops and it is a popular meeting place for motorcyclists on the weekends and bank holidays . However Matlock Bath also includes a variety of visitor attractions such as; the Heights of Abraham which is a self-contained park on top of a hill of the same name. The park contains a former mine which is open to the public and a cliffside cafe.
On the opposite bank of the River Derwent stands High Tor, which is a sheer cliff which is very popular with climbers and walkers alike. In autumn of each year, the "Venetian Nights" are held with illuminations along the river and illuminated boats, attracting thousands of visitors