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Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
There's plenty to see on this dog walk in the wooded grounds of two ruined husks of former aristocratic glory. Both belonged to Bess of Hardwick, a very material girl indeed.
Pick a warm sunny day for this dog walk with views, and relaxing refreshment afterwards.
Good dog walking space in these reclaimed colliery sites with a wide variety of wildlife habitats.
An interesting spot to walk a desperate dog, in an immaculately kept village with mainly thatched cottages nesteld around the skirts of the Hall. It's a rare glimpse of the England of nostalgia.
A leafy picnic spot with the chance to explore the moors nearby with the dog.
This is one of our favourite dog walks, and no matter how many times we walk here there's always something new to see in these dales.
Everything to offer the discerning dog at this beauty spot near Bakewell. Very pretty pub and walk.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
Popular with families, dog walkers and horse riders the trail here is part of a much longer route on a former railway track.
One of the few safe places to get off the busy road and walk the dog, as well as public toilets and a small shop for snacks, hot drinks and ice-cream.
Dog walk 2 miles (1 – 1.5 hours), steep and muddy in places. No stiles or sheep. Brief sections on quiet road.