Barrow Hill Roundhouse Railway Centre is located at Campbell Drive, Barrow Hill, Chesterfield. The establishment is Britain's only surviving operational Roundhouse Engine Shed. The Barrow Hill Engine Shed Society saved and currently run the venue since 1991. Visitors may ride a train aside from learning the history of the Roundhouse Railway Centre.
Chesterfield Museum features artworks and displays that tell about the history and development of Chesterfield. The museum and art gallery is located at St. Mary's Gate, Chesterfield.
Chesterfield Parish Church or Parish church of St. Mary and All Saints is an Anglican church in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. The church is a Grade I listed building and is known for its twisted and leaning spire that is popularly known as the Crooked Spire. The spire is usually open to public every weekday and provides magnificent views of the city.
Revolution House is a charming small stone cottage that serves as a museum. It was once an inn called Cock and Pynot. The museum now features several ancient furnishings and interesting exhibitions connected to the town. The venue is located at 61 High Street, Old Whittington, Chesterfield.
Stainsby Mill provides everyone the opportunity of seeing how a 19th century watermill works. Stainsby Mill is a 17-foot tall waterwheel that still magnificently work and process finely made fresh flour that can be bought by visitors. The mill is located at Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.