Discover several of the charming churches in the Peak District area. Explore and admire the Derby Cathedral, St. Mary, All Saints, St. John the Baptist and last but not least, the beautiful Lichfield Cathedral.
If you enjoy visiting churches, then you will adore our list of each of these churches!
This page seeks to illustrate just a few of these beauties in the Peak District, with the use of photos and some background historical information that you will find very interesting!
Derby Cathedral, Iron Gate, Derby has the second highest perpendicular tower in England and the oldest ring of ten bells in the world!
St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield
St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield Church Way, Chesterfield, S40 1HJ . Famous throughout the country for its crooked Spire, which both twists and leans! It stands 228 feet high and leans 9 and a half feet from its true centre (probably because it was built of green oak and then had 32 tons of lead covering it). It is also the largest church in Derbyshire. You can take a trip to the top of the tower
St John the Baptist, Tideswell
St John the Baptist, Tideswell. Known as ‘The Cathedral of the Peak’, it is a truly beautiful church in a village setting. Dating back to the 14th century, it has lovely carvings, a gothic organ case and a very long chancel.
Lichfield Cathedral is the famous medieval cathedral with 3 spires set at the heart of this historic city.