The cultural heritage of Derbyshire is wide and varied. As a landscape, it is dominated by its inclusion in the Peak District National Park, which was the first British National Park, established in 1951 and covering 1438 square kilometres (555 square miles) at the southern tip of the Pennines.
Visitors to Wheeldon Trees Farm come from wide and far to explore the Peak District.
But Derbyshire’s heritage also includes its traditions, languages and buildings, all from the past but all still just as important today.
Wheeldon Trees Farm is passionate about helping to preserve and promote this cultural heritage.
And some of the best examples to visit can be found below: