‘The Cathedral Quarter has cobbles, medieval street names (Wardwick, Iron Gate, Bold Lane etc) and it has Derby Cathedral’

Events coinciding with home games in January
18 (& 15 Feb) Farmers & Crafters Market
15 Vintage Kilo Sale
15 Pangolin Day
15-23 Pharoahs’ Trail
21 Camra Winter Ale Festival
21-23 Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2020
7 Talk for International Women’s Day
4 Derby Choral Union Spring Concert

to 26 Jan Powerful Nature: Inspiring Japanese Art & Culture
to 31 Jan Fashion House
to 1 Feb Derby Mean Time
to 9 Feb Imran Qureshi
to 7 Mar Walt Shaw
to 29 Mar Self-Portrait Exhibition
30 Jan (to 15 Feb) E Midlands Graduate Showcase
14 Feb (to 10 May) Sculpture Ronald Pope
1 Apr (to 30 Jun) Format Photography Festival

What to See
You’ll find accounts of Derby’s tourist attractions in Towns of Two Halves (and of 91 other places: order the book now for £8 from For additional information plus shopping, eating out etc there’s Derby Live and Visit Derby. Links to particular Derby attractions include:

At the Royal Crown Derby Visitor… there’s never any doubt what you’re looking at, whether it’s pottery, process, royal visitors or retail’

Calke Abbey
Council House Tours
Derby Arboretum
Derby Cathedral
Derby Museum & Art Gallery
Joseph Wright of Derby
Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre
Pickford’s House
Silk Mill (due to open as the Museum of Making in summer 2020)