If you’re looking for things to do in Chesterfield over the summer, these are some of the places you need to visit.
Chesterfield is full of great places to eat and drink – and has some beautiful spots to stretch your legs when you’re done.
Whether you’re a first time visitor or a long-time resident, these are some of the best restaurants, pubs and walks in and around the town – perfect for your Chesterfield bucket list.
1. Linacre Reservoirs
Located on the edge of Chesterfield, there are three reservoirs to walk round at Linacre. There is a gentle five mile route that takes you around all three, and through the village of Old Brampton, before arriving back at the car park. Photo: RKH
2. Stone Edge Cupola
The Stone Edge Cupola can be found near Ashover, close to the Red Lion pub. It was built in 1770 and is thought to be Britain's oldest free-standing chimney Photo: Brian Eyre
3. Odyssey Greek Restaurant, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield
Odyssey has a 4.7/5 rating based on 488 Google reviews - winning praise for its “amazing food” and “huge portions.” Photo: Google
4. Wooden sculptures, Westwood
These intricate wooden carvings are hidden away in woodland at Westwood. Photo: Julia Rodgerson