A day out in Derby
Pride has been home to Derby County Football Club for 20 years, and sits just a 15 minute bus journey from the city centre. Shoppers can splash out at Intu Derby, packed with high street brands and over 40 eating and drinking options. Derby Cathedral, a Grade I listed church built in the sixteenth century, draws history lovers thanks to its fascinating alabaster work and effigies from the English renaissance period. To the north, Derwent Valley Mills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, preserves the region's historical importance as a cradle for industry.
Explore the Peaks
A short drive north of Derby, the Peak District is one of England's most popular destinations for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers thanks to its dramatic scenery. Serious climbers can take on Kinder Scout, rising to 636 metres. On a clear day you can see as far as Manchester and Snowdonia. History buffs can enjoy Chatsworth House, consistently voted one of the country's most popular historic houses. Take in the grand Elizabethan decorations, neoclassical sculptures and Old Master drawings.
Thrills at Gulliver's Kingdom
Adventure seekers of all ages can explore Gulliver's Kingdom, just 40 minutes drive north of Pride Park. Its fun-filled rides are best enjoyed by for smaller kids aged 2-13. Visit the pirates play area and the classic log flume, before taking on the thrilling Switchback.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Pride Park? Travelodge Derby Pride Park Hotel couldn't be Nearer, or Travelodge Derby Cricket Ground Hotel offers good road links.