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Limousine Hire Derby "Derby has a remarkably well-preserved stock of buildings, including many from the 18th century as well as from the previous century. Many have important historical associations, and several are outstanding..."

The city's rich heritage can be seen all around - from the magnificent Cathedral with imposing tower that can be seen for miles around, to artistic treasures at the Derby Museum and Art Gallery - home to the world's largest collection of paintings by Derby's 18th century master, Joseph Wright. Why now take a cruise in one of our limousines from Limo Hire Derby and go sight seeing.

Visit a World Heritage site too at the Silk Mill - Derby's Museum of Industry and History - the site of the oldest factory in Britain and the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

Derby has never let innovation compromise beauty, a fact born out by the beautiful Derby Arboretum - England's first public park, whilst the neighbouring Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre offers a chance to explore the artistry of the oldest manufacturer of English china. Pickford's House Museum reveals the elegance of Georgian times, whilst Derby Gaol offers a chilling reminder of Derby's grisly past. Our Limo Hire base is not far from the Arboretum Park, Limousine Hire Derby have been located here for many years now. For cheap quotes give Derby Limo Hire a Call now.

Three heritage trails round the city centre and another six visiting the suburbs of Allestree, Chellaston, Darley Abbey, Markeaton, Mickleover and Spondon, together with a large number of images combine to give you a real taste of city life. Six popular country walks enable you to enjoy the beautiful countryside round Derby. Book with Derby Limo Hire and we will take you around all these places to see what history they have to them. Limousine Hire in Derby a great way to travel in style.

Choose a themed ghost walk and enjoy tales of intrigue and a few surprises en-route. If you really want to be involved try a night vigil at Derby Gaol.Although a city, Derby still has the feel of a large market town and with plenty of open space, wonderful parks and the River Derwent running north to south through the city, it has been described as a 'city in the countryside'. A selection of walks and events are organised annually to help you to enjoy Derby's abundant wildlife. Why not go to some wildlife events in a limousine, book with Limo Hire Derby and let the wildlife treat turn wild in a luxury stretch limousine in Derby.

Choose a themed ghost walk and enjoy tales of intrigue and a few surprises en-route. If you really want to to be involved try a night vigil at Derby Gaol.

There are over 200 acres of parks and gardens to enjoy in Derby. The Arboretum, England's first public park has been recently restored.

Derby Museum and Art Gallery holds the world's largest collection of paintings by Joseph Wright. Derby's Museum of Industry and History is now a World Heritage Site. Pickford's House Museum portrays life as it was lived about 200 years ago. Well I guess our history judges our future, and your present explains your past, so why not get into a limousine with Derby Limousine Hire and make it a special.



Derby is fortunate in having many fine parks and gardens all within easy reach of the city centre. There are in fact more than 300 areas of public open space in the city, covering over 2,000 acres of land available for everyone to enjoy.

The Arboretum claims the distinction of being the first public park in England. It was donated to the people of Derby in 1840 by local mill owner Joseph Strutt.The larger parks have a wide range of facilities that attract both local people and visitors to the city.

Particularly popular are the events, which are staged throughout the year. These include the popular Darley Park Orchestral Concert in September and the Bonfire and Firework Display on Markeaton Park in November. Visible from a distance Derby Cathedral dominates the skyline with its impressive Perpendicular Tower, the second highest in England to the Boston Stump. It was built early in the 16th century, but worship has taken place on this site since the tenth century. Light and spacious inside, the iron screen by Robert Bakewell is an inspirational masterpiece in this proud and beautiful building that became Derby Cathedral, in 1927. Well luckily the limousines with Limo Hire Derby are fairly new.With its story going back to the tenth century, its fascinating history and splendid architecture, the medieval tower, Bess of Hardwick's Monument, Joseph Wright's Tombstone, the Bakewell Screen and much more, the Cathedral Church of All Saints, offers a unique visitor experience.

The City of Derby's location is one of its best assets. Situated right in the heart of the UK, a short drive takes you to the glorious rolling landscapes of Derbyshire. Venture further north and the rugged moors of the Peak District simply take your breath away.

Potter around quaint villages including Bakewell - home to the world-famous Bakewell Pudding and enjoy market life at Chesterfield with its gravity defying 'Crooked Spire' church.

In the Derbyshire Dales, you will find Chatsworth - 'the Palace of the Peak' and home to the dashing Mr Darcy from the 2005 film version of Pride and Prejudice.With Derby as your base, day-trips out to discover the surrounding countryside makes a winning combination.



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