Local information for Teversal
Local tourist information
- The market towns of Chesterfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield and Mansfield are all within easy reach.
- The Teversal Trails Visitor Centre is a great starting point for many walks, following former colliery railway lines.
- Hardwick Hall is owned by the National Trust. Its amazing textile collection is on display.
- Crich Tramway Village near Matlock is a period village, home to the National Tramway Museum.
- The Peak District’s oldest attraction is The Heights of Abraham. It has underground caverns, woodland paths and breathtaking views.
- Sherwood Forest has a Go Ape! high-wire forest adventure course.
- Clumber Park is excellent for walking and cycling.
- Newstead Abbey was originally a priory and the former home of the poet Lord Byron.
- Chatsworth House is one of Britain’s best-loved stately homes. It featured in the film Pride and Prejudice.
- The National Watersports Centre offers white water rafting, wake boarding, water skiing, sailing and more.
- Nearest train station: Sutton-in-Ashfield 3 miles
- Nearest bus: 300m from site entrance on routes to Mansfield via sutton-in-Ashfield.