Derby St Peters Quarter
Situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Derby is the UK’s most central city and packed with attractions, both historic and contemporary. Famous for its key role in the Industrial Revolution, Derby has numerous museums and, with a vibrant arts scene, you’ll find plenty of galleries, live music venues and the world-famous theatre, the Derby Playhouse.
Derby’s Intu shopping centre attracts millions of shoppers each year, but it hasn’t forgotten to make the most of the natural beauty so famous to this region: the Derby Arboretum was the first park opened to the public anywhere in the UK. The Derby St Peter’s Quarter NCP car park puts you right in the middle of one of the city’s most popular sectors, with a range of sights and activities just a short walk away.
Derby Museum and Art Gallery Parking
Established in 1879, the Derby Museum and Art Gallery is one of the most prestigious in the country, hosting exhibitions of the works of internationally-acclaimed artists, alongside displays from up-and-coming regional talent. In addition to seeing exhibitions that detail Derby’s past, you can delve further into world history and see exhibits such as a collection of Egyptian Mummies. It’s easy to spend a day here and, with the Derby St Peter’s Quarter car park conveniently close, it’ll only take a three-minute walk from your car for you to step back in time.
Intu Shopping Centre Parking
The Intu Shopping Centre is the beating heart of retail in Derby, attracting around 24 million bargain-hunters through its doors each year. With hundreds of shops and an extensive range of restaurants, bars and cafés all housed under a sleek, contemporary exterior, the Intu Shopping Centre is a great day out, whatever the weather. If the shopping gets a bit much, you can even catch a film in the centre’s own cinema, watch a theatre show, or knock down some pins at the indoor bowling centre.
Derby Quad Parking
For a drop of International and local culture, get to the Derby Quad. With a cinema showing the latest blockbusters alongside Indie films, an art gallery showcasing local and world-class talent, workshops for all the family and café bar in which to unwind, it’s more a cultural centre than an entertainment complex. Even better, the Derby St Peter’s Quarter NCP car park is only five minutes away.