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Peak District and wider area Attractions

Castleton
Pretty and quaint yet filled with plenty to do in this 11th Century village situated in the Hope Valley. Attractions include Peveril Castle, a variety of caves, wonderful walks by majestic green hills, and excellent locations for refreshments. A 3xP Tour favourite. www.castleton.co.uk

Eyam

The historic village that battled the plague in 1665 as a result of a fatal bale of cloth.  The story is well preserved and fascinating to learn during a gentle stroll around the charming setting.  Home to a museum that adds rich detail to the story too. www.eyamplaguevillage.co.uk

Chatsworth Estate

Beautifully preserved in the heart of the Peak District, home of the Dukes of Devonshire, a location that is a real escape from the modern world.  www.chatsworth.org

Tideswell

The village that is home to the picturesque ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ church.  The church is perfect on the outside and full of history on the inside.  Whilst visiting Tideswell, 3xP Tours enjoy the finest home cooked food and great company at a local pub.   www.visittideswell.co.uk

National Brewery Centre

Enjoy a beer museum and sample the delights at Burton.  Let 3xP Tours do all the work and driving for you for this fun and educational experience.

www.nationalbrewerycentre.co.uk

Buxton

The spa town with so much – famous for Pavillion Gardens, shops and rocks.  No wonder it is thought of as one of the best places to live.  3xP can do a splendid job to help you enjoy a lovely day in a relaxed way.

www.visitbuxton.co.uk

The Heights of Abraham

Fun, play and adventure time for all the family. Ride the cable car for magnificent views of the Peaks, explore the woodland walks and enjoy a tasty meal.  A great setting at Matlock Bath.

www.heightsofabraham.com

Matlock

Nature has formed a wonderful town and surroundings, ideal for relaxing or getting active no matter what the weather.  The setting is steeped in history and also has all the modern facilities and attractions you would expect.

www.matlock.co.uk

National Stone Centre

Discover the human and economic significance of quarries and mines, learn about the story of a range of fascinating fossils and then when you explore the Peak District you gain a better understanding of your surroundings.

www.nationalstonecentre.org.uk

Bakewell

Excellent for food, tea rooms and craft shops.  There is always a warm welcome, a smile and famously tasty treats in this friendly town.  Bakewell is also home to one of the oldest agricultural shows in the UK.

http://bakewellonline.co.uk

The Roaches

A stunning rocky ridge of millstone grit with excellent views across hills, valleys, reservoirs and the Leek skyline.  3xP Tours can add another level of enjoyment with chats about the geological beauty of the area, and we won’t forget to take you for a unique cake at a local tearoom.

www.roaches.org.uk

Phone 07814 097197 or email info@3xptours.co.uk for your tour

We can personalise a day to suit you:-

Cheshire Attractions

Quarry Bank Mill
Industrial revolution museum that has been carefully preserved so that you really feel like you are stepping back in time on the tour of the mill.  The setting is delightful Cheshire countryside with fascinating geology, gardens, and a great insight of how people lived and worked during the crucial time of British development.  www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quarry-bank/

Jodrell Bank

Science comes to life at this iconic landmark.  Learn about space, life, and global communications thanks to staff with a passion for science. www.jodrellbank.net

Little Moreton Hall

Historic tudor manor house on the border where the Cheshire Plains meet the Gritstone outcrops of Staffordshire.  The quirky home looks amazing whatever the season, with a great story around every corner. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/little-moreton-hall/

Gawsworth Hall

Beautifully maintained family manor home set a quaint location near Macclesfield.  Also home to numerous entertaining events throughout the year, craft fairs and classic car show.

www.gawsworthhall.com

Capesthorne Hall

Eye catching 18th century estate with Hall and Gardens and a unique history.

www.capesthorne.com

Macclesfield Forest

Stunning scenery and views. A gateway to the Peak District from east Cheshire.  Close by are some delightful pubs and restaurants.

www.macclesfield-forest.co.uk

Lyme Park

Majestic house, inspiring gardens and moorland walks.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lyme-park/

Lindow Common

A site of special scientific interest and home of the Black Lake near Wilmslow.

www.wilmslow.org.uk/wilmslow/lindow-common/warealindowcommon.html

Phone 07814 097197 or email  info@3xptours.co.uk for a tailored tour to these locations.

Excellent choice for day tours:-

Staffordshire Attractions

Gladstone Pottery Museum
See how Stoke on Trent became famous at this brilliantly preserved Pottery centre.  Join in with the enthusiastic staff who are only too happy to share their skills and knowledge. www.stokemuseums.org.uk/visit/gpm/

Wedgwood Estate

Enjoy fine pottery and see how ceramics are produced today with modern techniques that still use some traditional principles.  In 2015 a new centre opens that will attract visitors from all over the globe. www.wedgwoodvisitorcentre.com

Trentham Gardens

Excellent food, shops, and pretty gardens.  See the influence of Capability Brown on the landscape, enjoy retail therapy and find refreshments to suit your taste.  www.trentham.co.uk

The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Home to wonderful ceramics and the majestic Spitfire

http://www.stokemuseums.org.uk/visit/pmag/

Biddulph Grange

Stunning collection of gardens with a truly global influence.  A beautiful and tranquil setting that are ideal for short walks, with woodland walks very close by.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/biddulph-grange-garden/

Port Meirion

Factory shop with gifts galore for all the family.

www.portmeiriononline.co.uk

Moorcroft Heritage Visitor Centre

Home to a 1913 grade II listed bottle kiln in the heart of the Potteries.

www.moorcroft.com/site/

Middleport Pottery – home of Burleigh

Restored Victorian Pottery centre with a fascinating history, including brilliant work by David Copeland.  Includes a cafe with a memorable welcome feel.  This centre is developing all the time so there will always be something new and yet historical.

www.princes-regeneration.org/middleport-pottery/visit-us

Monkey Forest

See Barbary macaques roam freely and are happy to share their home with you! Enjoy the feeding time with the experts and learn more about these fun and lively characters. All age groups have a happy time at the Monkey Forest, it is a family winner and ideal for a half day visit. www.trentham-monkey-forest.com

Stone

This attractive market town is an excellent complement to a visit to Stoke.  There is plenty to see and enjoy in a relatively compact area.  The friendly town has retained much of it’s character and our favourite location is enjoying a relaxing time by the historic Trent and Mersey Canal that runs through the town. see http://alittlebitofstone.com

Ford Green Hall
Step back in time in this 17th century home.

www.stokemuseums.org.uk/visit/fgh/

Phone 07814 097197 to tailor a tour for your group