Local attractions and activities close to Riddings Wood
Derbyshire and surrounding areas offer visitors to Riddings Wood a whole range of fun activities and family days out. From cycling and walking in the Peak District to visiting historical attractions or sampling the local food and drink on offer in one of the area’s many tea rooms, family pubs and restaurants, we are sure you will enjoy your stay with us.
Crich Tramway Village, home of the National Tramway Musuem is situated in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. Enjoy vintage tram rides, cobbled streets and breathtaking views of the Derwent Valley.
Gullivers Kingdom is specially designed for families with children aged between the years of 2 and 13 with a wide range of rides and attractions from the Western World and pirates play area, to the log flume and Drop Tower.
Described by Simon Jenkins in “1000 Best Houses” as “the most perfect house to survive from the middle ages”. Set in the heart of the Peak District National Park, parts of the house date from the 12th Century, sitting like a jewel in its Elizabethan terraced gardens, and overlooking the River Wye.
The Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust (PRCLT) aims to preserve, restore and display locomotives and in particular the Princess Royal Class. If you’re a locomotive enthusiast then you’ll thoroughly enjoy what the PRCLT has to offer.
The only thatched rood pub in Derbyshire, the Moulders Arm is privately owned and family run. Ever changing variety of local and national real ales, cask ales, real cider and perry and good food at good prices.
The Moulders serve Sunday dinners.
53 Church Street, Ridings, DE55 4BX
The Seven Stars is a rural community pub, where you are assured of a warm welcome. Real ales, Free Wi-Fi, Cobs and Rolls on sale and regular family fun days.
The Seven Stars serve homemade Sunday dinners at £6.95
26 Church Street, Riddings, Derbyshire, DE55 4BX