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Derby is a city located near the border of the Peak District National Park in the county of Derbyshire in England. Derby set the Industrial revolution in Britain and was one of the first places to have Spinning mill factories. It is also known for It's history in Railway Engineering and the Rolls Royce Manufacturing. Derby also has a variety of attractions, parks, restaurants and public houses.along the banks of Derwent River in the south of Derbyshire,

Places of Interest:

Derby Museum and Art Gallery is full of collections from local renown artists, skeletons and stuffing of birds and insects is but a sample of the wonderful encounters one has. An ancient dug canoe may steal all this beauty, wooden and wonderfully curved to a stunning and impressive artwork to say the least. The vast collections of both knowledge and artwork won’t cost a penny. Then feel free to visit the nearby eateries along Sadler Street for a taste of the local delicacies that will leave your taste buds yearning for more.

Derby cathedral has a warm and welcoming is what this beautiful and charming gothic tower offers. The nice wrought iron ornamentation that are stylishly designed make one relive the ancient times. The recent renovations and refurbishment did little to modernize the beautiful high glass windows that let in light to illuminate the amazing details within the chapel. The ornated gates and high arched ceilings give an intricate finishing worth a look. To crown this, the courteous warm and friendly staff make the visit worth remembering.

Derby Arboretum was the first public purpose park in UK located in the city heart. Demarcated by beautiful paths with family and children fun amenities. The ever congregated park has interesting landscaping which seem to compliment the park’s historic significance. This land was donated by a former mayor.

Hopton Hall Gardens is breathtaking and stunningly beautiful features is what characterize this garden. Well beaten paths beautifully meandering to give different appearances. The gradual change of flora from the rose flowers to magnificently trimmed shrubs and tree are worth the visit. The delight in the visit is even enhanced by the easy to follow signs strategically placed throughout the garden.

The last post is a pub with overflowing pleasant, charming and friendly customers. Filled with a great array of spirits and whiskey which on ordering makes one forget about the small size of the pub. Though squeezed in an old post office, the great ale selection and cider is but a tip of the experience. Easy to miss but hard to forget should drop by.

The Eagle centre is an all weather shopping mall (open seven days a week) situated in Albion street in two parts. The St Peter's street half has the more well known shops e.g. River Island etc.

The Market Hall has an indoor market which sells fish, vegetables, fruit etc. The market is located at the foot of Iron Gate. There is also a farmers' market held once a month on a Thursday.

Derby Cathedral is an attractive sixteenth century tower built during Henry the eighth's reign. The building is one of the major landmarks of the city. The tower is well over two hundred feet high and has in excess of a hundred and eighty steps to the rooftop.