Dating bath area
Matlock Bath is in a prime position for anyone who wants to experience the majesty of the Peak District.
Cross the bridge from Derwent Gardens and there’s a tangle of walking paths weaving up the precipitous east bank of the gorge.
Venture a little further and you’ll come to High Peak Junction (1830), one of the world’s oldest surviving railway workshops, and the Leawood Pumphouse with a working steam engine dating back to 1849.
In another panoramic spot on the west side of the gorge, Gulliver’s Kingdom is a theme park for kids aged 3 to 13.
On this vertiginous terrain, the park’s log flume, tower rides and rollercoasters are even more hair-raising as you stare into the abyss-like valley as it drops more than 100 metres.
Access to Gulliver’s Kingdom is easier for the park’s chairlift and travellator, great news for parents with small children and buggies.