From forgotten historical landmarks, to hidden artworks and even a secret labyrinth, how many of these hidden treasures have you visited?
Here are some amazing places you may not have discovered yet...
5. Stone Edge Cupola
Stone Edge Cupola, close to the Red Lion pub, was built in 1770 and is thought to be Britain's oldst free-standing chimney
Photo: Brian Eyre
6. Mollusc sculpture
Mollusc by Liz Lemon can be found at the back of the train station, on the way to Tapton Golf course. The sculpture is just one of dozens of works of art scattered acoss the borough
Photo: Jason Chadwick
7. Chesterfield Bowling Club
Many people will walk past this location right in the heart of the town and never guess what its high walls hide. The bowls club may well be the oldest in the world, dating back to 1294
Photo: Marisa Cashill
8. Tapton House
The former home of railway pioneer George Stephenson, Tapton House now houses a giant labyrinth