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Derbyshire's oldest visitor attraction, The Heights of Abraham is a unique Hilltop Park reached by a spectacular cable car journey over the Derwent Valley. When you arrive at the summit you have free access to exciting underground tours of two...more
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A great day out for all the family. Situated in the town of Matlock Bath. Junction 28 off the M1. Parking is easy at the railway station. £4.50 for the day. The cable car is reached via a short walk over the railway tracks. The...More
Got here at 10am, didn't leave until gone 2pm.
Went on both cavern tours - both great, very informative and guides fun. Fossil and photo displays, tower to walk up - steps very steep.
Not suitable for anyone who has trouble with steep hills but...More
Great views from cable car. Accomodated a pram easily. Interesting guided cave tour. Guide was informative and very obliging. Very relaxing cafe with fantastic views. Area cayers well for families with playgrounds and walking trails.
Spent the day here and had a brilliant time. Even though I suffer with Arthritis I still managed to walk through the lead mine and climbed the 160 stairs. The tour leader kept checking that everyone was managing the walk. We had food in the...More
We loved the smooth and scenic cable car trip but also the two cave tours which were much more entertaining and interesting than we had imagined. The guides were very good indeed and their material was a success with all ages. The views were beautiful...More
Spent the day here. Took the cable car which took around 10 mins. Stunning views, staff were super helpul as we had a buggy and we were helped on with this. We took a picnic but the restaurant looked lovely to eat in. Staff were...More
Saw the road signs for this and decided it was worth a visit, so glad we did, lovely day out, enjoyed the cable car trip to the top, once there it was lovely, nice tea room, small museum, gift shop, tower to climb and cave...More
If l was you, and you visited everything eg caves, and had lunch there, l would say a day visit was needed. Can do it in 3 to 4 hours but to savour atmosphere and views etc....... don’t hurry the visit. Beware though... More
If l was you, and you visited everything eg caves, and had lunch there, l would say a day visit was needed. Can do it in 3 to 4 hours but to savour atmosphere and views etc....... don’t hurry the visit. Beware though....... put plenty on car park ticket.