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Visiting Chatsworth: the house, the gardens, the various shops, the Estate village at Edensor and the surrounding Parkland can take up a whole day – or more. If you still have time after that then it’s well worth visiting the village of Eyam – known as the ‘plague village’. If you have children with you they might like to visit the (very long) Grave of Little John – of Robin Hood fame and the Blue John Caves at Castleton. Keen walkers will get a fantastic view of the surrounding landscape from Froggatts Edge. Another of the loveliest walks in the area is along the Great Ridge that runs between Mam Tor and Lose Hill – starting from Castleton. There’s a thriving outdoor scene in the Peak District with endless opportunities for hiking, climbing and caving.