Heritage Open Days

28 of the unique historic buildings, churches and venues across Derbyshire open to the public for free this month

A number of buildings, churches and venues will be opening their doors for free this month as part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme.

Some of the buildings aren't usually open to the public, giving people a rare chance to get a glimpse inside. Heritage Open Days is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and as well as the buildings that are opening as part of the event, there will also be a talks and other celebrations. Full details here.

The chapel is open from 10am to 4pm on September 21, with a concert later that evening. A harvest celebration service will also take place on September 22

9. Chesterfield Ragged School Chapel

The chapel is open from 10am to 4pm on September 21, with a concert later that evening. A harvest celebration service will also take place on September 22
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The Grade II* mausoleum and adjacent church will be open to visitors from 2pm to 4pm on September 14.

10. Sacheverell-Bateman Mausoleum, Morley

The Grade II* mausoleum and adjacent church will be open to visitors from 2pm to 4pm on September 14.
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The private  Grade II* listed chapel will be from 11am to 4pm on September 15 and 22.

11. St John the Baptist Chapel, Matlock Bath

The private Grade II* listed chapel will be from 11am to 4pm on September 15 and 22.
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The Grade I listed church will be open from 1pm to 5pm on September 14, 15, 21 and 22.

12. St John the Baptist's Church, Ault Hucknall

The Grade I listed church will be open from 1pm to 5pm on September 14, 15, 21 and 22.
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