Hardwick Hall (Chesterfield) Reviews
Description:Address: Doe Lea / Chesterfield / Derbyshire S44 5QJ / Telephone: 01246 850430 / On display are Europe's finest collection of 16th- and 17th-century embroideries and tapestries. Learn about Bess of Hardwick, Elizabethan England's second richest woman. Enjoy ... more
Products Similar to Hardwick Hall (Chesterfield)
The White Church (Lytham St Annes) - Unique Building. Fascinating Details. Stunning Interior. Stained Glass. None that we could see.
Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve (South Yorkshire) - Unique habitat Difficult to get to
Loch Garten Nature Reserve (Highland) - Scenery, comfortable visitor centre It's a long way from where I live!
Edible Ornamentals Chilli Farm Tour (Chawston) - Fun, educational; lovely hosts; delicious food None at all (unless you don't like chillies)
Grianan Ailigh (County Donegal) - An ancient building in an impressive windswept location Some might consider some of its restoration a tad ham-fisted
Sutton Hoo (Woodbridge) - Family friendly; Helpful and welcoming staff; Great exhibition and site interpretation A bit expensive if you are not a National Trust member
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Blue John Cavern (Castleton, Derbyshire)|
Expensive for something that only lasts an hour
|Skipsea Castle (Yorkshire|
Free access. good views
Limited parking, no castle
|The Rude Man of Cerne Abbas (Dorset)|
An arresting, eye-catching and unusual figure etched into the Dorset hillside.
Constant maintenance is required to ensure he doesn't fade away.
|Quebec House (London)|
|Belfast Ghost Walk (Belfast)|
Interesting, cheap, a bit different
I wasn't scared :(
|Loch na Keal (Isle of Mull)|
lovely loch to visit
None for me
|Lydford Gorge (Devon)||The York Brewery (York)|
Easy to get to; an interesting overview of brewing; tasting the beers
Too many on tour; narration didn't start off too well
|Horn Head (Donegal, Ireland)|
One of the most famous headlands in Ireland boasts some incredible scenery
Is being 'a bit out of the way' really a disadvantage?