Winster Market House, Winster, Derbyshire
Accessibility: Steps from ground floor to upper floor
Brief description: Set in a central location in the historic village of Winster, a fine example of 16th Century architecture, the Market House is a listed building built of red brick. Originally used in the lead mining industry it now houses a Visitor Information Centre. The ground floor is not open for visitors, the first floor displays a scale model of the village and panels showing the history of the village.
Address: Winster Market House, Main Street, Winster, Derbyshire. DE4 2DJ
Phone: 01335 350503 (White Peak Estate office)
Website: National Trust: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/winster-market-house
Directions: Car: From the A6 Bakewell Road, turn onto the B5057 towards Winster. OS Grid reference: 242606
On-street parking is available, though the streets are very narrow. One small car park is next to the primary school at the B5057 entrance to the village and the other small car park is above the village, at the top of a hill.
Opening Times: April to 31st October 11.00 - 17.00 Monday to Sunday
For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
Train: Chesterfield or Matlock train stations, then a bus journey
Bus: Hulleys of Baslow - No.172 Chesterfield to Matlock to Winster or Bakewell to Winster
Amenities: Visitor Information Centre; no toilets. A village shop is opposite the Market House and there are two public houses. Public toilets are available close to the Bowling Green pub.