Heights of Abraham
Visit for: Attraction
Looking for an attraction of a different kind. The Heights of Abraham in Matlock Bath have been open since Victorian times, the caves and attractions are well worth a view. It also boasts a fantastic cable car ride.
Visit for: Shopping, Food and Drink, Attraction
Built by Sir Richard Arkwright in 1783, kick starting the English industrial revolution, Masson Mill is the best example of the Arkwright cotton mill and is part of the largest World Heritage Sites. There is a working textile museum, but the main attraction is the use of the mill now; a shopping village and tea rooms.
Crich Tramway Village
Visit For: Attraction
The Crich Tramway Village is just 7 miles from Matlock Bath town centre in Derbyshire’s Peak District making it a popular destination for visitors to the area. Home to the National Tramway Museum, visitors can take unlimited tram rides on the mile long track through the museum and restored village.
Visit for: Places to stay
A 5 star service from the house built in 1870, this is the perfect location for your hen party to spend their time whilst not out drinking or out on their hen hunt. This location has been recommended to us as it has been used by hens before and was the perfect location to brief and mark the hunt after a couple of hours out in Matlock Bath.
Looking to visit Matlock Bath and want something to do? We have you covered with our Matlock Bath Treasure Hunt. We also provide hunts for Matlock and a combination hunt Matlock and Matlock Bath.