Walk or cycle the path of the old [http://www.derbyshire-peakdistrict.co.uk/thehighpeaktrail.htm The Cromford and High Peak Railway] which was opened in 1831. Trail starts at High Peak Junction, just south of the village.
Small country house-style hotel in quiet setting, own grounds and rural views. Convenient for industrial heritage Arkwright's Cromford Mill and historic village of Cromford. Family rooms available.
The first water-powered cotton spinning mill developed by Richard Arkwright in 1771. Buildings are being restored, an informative tour available but little machinery to see.
Canal warehouse buildings and the northern terminus of the Cromford Canal, built in 1794.
Sir Richard Arkwright's water-powered cotton spinning mill built in 1783.
New, second-hand, rare and antiquarian, music, café, publishing.
Built in 1778 by Sir Richard Arkwright.
The area from Masson Mill in Cromford to the Silk Mill in Derby was declared a UNESCO Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site in recognition of the significant sites in the valley that influenced the development of the Industrial Revolution.