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5 places to view snowdrops around Derbyshire

PUBLISHED: 13:05 18 January 2018 | UPDATED: 19:39 18 January 2018

Snowdrops at Stanshope Hall by Sally Moseley

Snowdrops at Stanshope Hall by Sally Moseley

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There are few sights as magical as a carpet of springtime snowdrops, we pick a few of our favourites in and around the county

Hardwick Hall

Discover the fine display of snowdrops in the South Court of the Hardwick Hall gardens.

Adults £7 Children £3.54

Hardwick Hall, Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QJ

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hardwick-hall/features/new-year-new-snowsrops

Hopton Hall

The Snowdrop Season at at Hopton Hall is between February 1st - March 4th, wander through the woodlands and the experience the Snowdrop Walk that takes place every day.

Adults £5 Children £2

Hopton Hall, Wirksworth DE4 4DF

www.hoptonhall.co.uk/snowdrop-walk/

Calke Abbey

Take a walk around Calke and visit the neighbouring Dimminsdale Nature Reserve to see some great displays of snowdrops.

Free

Calke Abbey, Ticknall, Derby DE73 7LE

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/calke-abbey/trails/snowdrop-walk-at-calke-abbey

Hodsock Priory

The Snowdrop gardens and woodland walk runs from Saturday 10th February to Sunday 4th March.

Adults £5 Children £1

Hodsock Priory, Blyth, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 0TY

www.hodsockpriory.com/snowdrops/

Alstonefield and Stanshope Hall

After a riverside wander the ascent up Hall Dale offers a reward in early spring – a fabulous storm of snowdrops around Stanshope.

Free

Alstonefield DE6 2FX

www.derbyshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks

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