Chesterfield Certificated Locations

The market town of Chesterfield in Derbyshire can trace its history back to the 1st century AD and visitors can easily spot traces of residents past as they wander around. The Shambles in the middle of town hosts a cluster of medieval buildings, in particular the Royal Oak pub, which is one of the oldest in the country.

There's also the church with the mysterious crooked spire and Revolution House, which is now a museum.

However, it's not all old buildings; you can enjoy plenty of modern shops in the Pavements and Vicar Lane Shopping Centres and get a bite to eat in one of many restaurants or cafes.

If it's amazing scenery you're after, you won't be disappointed either. On the outskirts of town lies Creswell Crags, a deep gorge peppered with caves that visitors can explore. This is also the home of Britain's only known Ice Age rock art.

With the rolling hills of the Peak District within easy reach too, this is an ideal destination for anyone who enjoys outdoor pursuits.